Ronald A Secondi

November 28, 1964February 5, 2019

Ronal Allen Secondi, Sr. November 28, 1964 - February 5, 2019

Bossier City, LA - Mr. Ronald Allen Secondi, 54, of Bossier City, passed away on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

Services for Mr. Secondi with begin with a Visitation beginning at 1:30 PM, Friday February 15, immediately followed by a Funeral at 3:00 PM, with Rev. John Anderson presiding. Each will take place within the Chapel at Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home, Haughton, LA. A private committal service will follow.

Ronald was born unto Arthur Roy Secondi and Pasty Jean Secondi, on Saturday November 28th, 1964, in Vicksburg, Michigan. The Secondi family later relocated to Bossier City, Louisiana in 1978. While in High School, Ron enjoyed playing sports such as football and baseball. Pictures of Ron, in both uniforms are still displayed within the Airline High School Boy's Gym. Ron was a very proud Viking alumnus. Mr. Secondi was a lover of his family. In his spare time he enjoyed video games, church, and buffets.

Preceding Ron in death is his mother: Pasty Jean Hutto Secondi. Let to cherish Ron's memory are: his brother: Robert Secondi; Ron’s daughters: Victoria Nelson, Jasmine Farruya, and La’treyce Secondi; his sons: Eddie Nelson, Demarcus Nelson, Ronald Secondi, and Donald “D.J.” Nelson. Ron will be forever loved and forever missed.


  • Arthur Roy Secondi, Father
  • Patsy Jean Hutto Secondi, Mother
  • Robert Secondi, Brother
  • Victoria Nelson, Daughter
  • Jasmine Farruya, Daughter
  • La'treyce Secondi, Daughter
  • Eddie Nelson, Son
  • Demarcus Nelson, Son
  • Ron Secondi Jr, Son
  • Donald "D.J." Nelson, Son


  • Visitation Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 15, 2019

Ronald A Secondi

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February 15, 2019

my nephew ron I was very close to ron and his brother bob in the early years when they were growing up … did get to go on a fishing trip with ron a few years back in Canada.. he was the same good loving kid.. although the years and miles have kept us a part I will always keep a place in my heart for ron….. love uncle mike and aunt di