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Beth Agnello

Ronald Gregoire

May 28, 1953 - March 05, 2022

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Ron Gregoire. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.--Thomas Campbell   Ronald Joseph Gregoire, born May 28, 1953 in Worcester, Massachusetts, died March 5, 2022 in Lexington, North Carolina was a big-hearted, generous man who...  see more
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  • Beverly Bolton
    Definitely a life worth celebrating! Since I live in AZ, I don't see my "east Coast" family very much but I would hear about what Ron was doing and admired his free and independent spirit . I'm sure he was an inspiration to many people that he...  more
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    • Beverly Bolton
      Beth Agnello Thanks for your kind words, Beverly!
      • Apr 25
    • Beverly Bolton
      Melanie Harrison Hi Beth, I'm sorry that I was unable to participate in Ron's memorial but I, and everyone at the VA who cared for Ron, wanted you to know that it was an honor to care for him. I was amazed to see all of his accomplishments and he certainly had a life...  more
      • Apr 28
  • Jennifer Milton
    Daryl and I have been neighbors to Ron and Beth for 10+ years. Daryl met Ron first and I can remember him telling me "He's a yankee" Daryl would eventually list Ron in his phone contacts as Yankee Ron. I met Ron because I used to have a flower...  more
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    • Jennifer Milton
      Beth Agnello I don't think you and Daryl really know how much comfort it gave Ron to know that you were there and would be there for me after he was gone. I'm so lucky to have neighbors who care! Love you guys!
      • Apr 25
  • Linda Sanders
    I met Ron through Beth, who I've been friends with for over 50 years. Beth has always been my most adventurous, independent friend: she graduated high school early, moved to Alaska, worked for a stock brokerage, went back to school, moved with her dog...  more
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    • Linda Sanders
      Beth Agnello Thanks for being there, through it all, Lindy, and loving your crazy friend! You're truly the friend who has stood by and been there for me through it all. Love you!
      • Apr 25
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  • Dianne Bernard
    When we were little I remember birthday parties at Ronnie’s house. He loved playing cowboys and Indians and it was a treat to see Aunt Ellie, Uncle Billy, Russ and Ronnie. My favorite memory of Ronnie and Beth is when we were on a cruise and spent a...  more
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    • Dianne Bernard
      Beth Agnello We loved that you got to see Catrina and visit us while you were in St. Thomas!
      • Apr 25
  • Jay Stroud
    So sorry to hear this news but when I read about Ron's life, wow....it was one well lived! I am so glad I had the opportunity to know him and sometimes help try to figure out what was going on with his feisty Miatas! Since I only knew Ron from the...  more
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    • Jay Stroud
      Beth Agnello Thanks for the kind words, Jay! It's a comfort to hear how other people remember Ron and to know that he was appreciated!
      • Apr 8
    • Jay Stroud
      Jeffrey Browning Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in this world. The Marines don't have that problem.” I was honored and blessed to have served and known Ron and how I wish his time impacting the lives of so many had not been...  more
    • Jay Stroud
      Deb Lamothe I’m Ron’s first cousin. I remember when we were little and I think it was Christmas and we all were visiting Grandma Hanam's house on Dewey Street in Worcester, MA. Ronny was dressed in his new cowboy and Indian outfit. I was so jealous because I...  more
  • Don Robbins
    I can’t believe he is gone. It was always fun talking to Ron. He was into everything. From riding bikes to track days with NASA. What a huge loss. He will be missed everywhere.
  • Amy Broome
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  • Sheila Gross
    To our dearest Beth… we send our love and prayers to you at this difficult time. Our memories with you and Ron will never be forgotten. Our sailing days on Catrina with the two of you were simply the best. Ron was a man for all seasons. We admired him...  more
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  • Glenn Trommer
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Ron. One of the nicest people that I knew with such a kind heart. My thoughts and prayers are with Beth and and Ron’s family and friends.
  • Irene Giman
    What a beautiful tribute to Ron! Ron was a kind and generous soul with a heck of sense of humor! May his memory be for a blessing
  • Jan Brinkley
    I know how Ron liked his beer.. We would talk of having a beer and he would say, "Beth says I can't have one til 5 o'clock, and we would laugh. I will miss him tremendously. Love both of you guys. Known both of you for a lot of years.
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    • Jan Brinkley
      Beth Agnello Love you, friend! And despite what Ron said, you know I wasn't the one making rules for him!
      • Mar 30
    • Jan Brinkley
      Joey Smith Beth, the service was beautiful and I know Ron was there among us! I could feel his presence!
      I feel TRULY BLESSED to have known Ron and You! You, both, have been such an inspiration and blessing to me! I always looked forward to your arrival at...  more
  • Linda Sanders