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7777 West 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO

OBITUARY

Roman "Ronnie" Onecimo Gonzales

April 23, 1944March 16, 2020

Roman "Ronnie" Onecimo Gonzales, age 75, of Denver, Colorado passed away peacefully on Monday March 16, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. Ronnie was born April 23, 1944.

Ron owned The Keg on W 38th with Dan Garcia for over 40 years.

He is survived by his daughters Nichol and Ronnie Jean (Joe), grandchildren Clara, Athalia, Anthony, Miguel and Gemini; by brothers Joe (Suki), Mike (Cathy), Bob (Judi), Jim (Cynthia) and sister Mary-Anne (Bob) as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Ronnie is preceded in death by his loving parents Joe and Emma Gonzales and wife Tammy.

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Kari Gonzales

March 26, 2020

Uncle Ron you will forever be in my heart. I have many fond memories with you. As a little girl when I would go with my mom and dad to The Keg you would always butter me up with beef jerky and chili chips, oh, cant forget the Shirley Temple. Then as an adult, I loved stopping by The Keg to visit you and enjoy a cold beer while we catch up.

I love you Uncle Ron, I will definitely miss hearing you tell me “ Right on Hita”.

Kari Gonzales

March 26, 2020

Analicia Pacheco

March 26, 2020

Oh my nino I will miss all the times you used to take me out to the movies and give me candy when I was told no when I was a kid the Christmas you and my Nina made so fun! The great seeet caring person u were will never be questioned you were the best god father I will miss you so much but I will forever have those memories ❤️ You are forever in my memories and in my heart I love u nino ❤️

Tiffany Gonzales

March 25, 2020

Uncle Ronnie brought a smile to my face each and every time I saw him or spoke to him. He was genuine, kind hearted and full of love. So many memories I will cherish forever. I lost an Uncle but God gained an angel❤️

RIP Uncle Ronnie
We Love You!

Francine Salazar

March 25, 2020

Always being so kind, gracious, your smile lit up every room you walked into! Even in the grocery store I knew it was you from down the aisle! Well, as per our last conversation - now I know where you "live" and I will come visit you often! I love you Cousin, pass on hugs to Uncle Joe and Aunt Emma :)

Joanna and Juliana Botero

March 22, 2020

To the Gonzales Family,
Our Hearts, Our Love, and Our Prayers
are with all of you. May the Good Lord
grant you all Comfort and Peace.
"The nicest place to be,
is in someone's Thoughts.
The safest place to be,
is in someone's Prayers.
And the Best place to be,
is in the "Hands of God."
I'll bet Ronnie is enjoying a big piece of
"Welcome to Heaven" cake with Emma, Joe, and Tammy.
All our Love,
Joanna, Dawn, and Juliana

Irene Vigil

March 22, 2020

Ron was such a wonderful , charming and respectful person. It was always a joy to spend time conversing with him at the “Keg”. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family from me and my family . My daughter Antoinette Abeyta sends her condolences also. God bless you all

Judi GONZALES

March 21, 2020

Ron was one of the nicest & kindest & (some times grumpy) LOL, people I knew. He was our Best Man at Bob's and my wedding 51 years ago. Our whole family will greatly miss him!! He was a special guy! Love you, Ronnie! Bob, Judi, Judi, Judi & family.

George n Terri Martinez

March 18, 2020

Ronnie was a good friend, we had so much fun.. We shared birthday memories. He will be missed.
The Martinez family, George, Terri, Vince n Greg.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY