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The memorial organizer requested donations in honor of Ronald Smith

FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR

Memorial Fund (Scholarship, Dedication, etc.).

Ron desired that the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ be spread to the ends of the earth, and his children all agree that Ron would want any monetary gifts to be used in this way. In lieu of flowers, monetary gifts will be collected and equally distributed to Ron’s children. Each of the four families will place their portion in an envelope, and as a family will pray, asking for God’s guidance for the use of these funds, in their entirety, for the spread of the gospel throughout the world, and as a lasting tribute to Ron’s life. “The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever.” - Isaiah 40:8 Thank you for any part you wish to have in this tribute. To God be the glory!

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Memorial Created By
Roger Smith

Ronald Smith

July 18, 1938 - April 29, 2020

This memorial celebrates the life of Ronald Smith. Thanks for sharing your stories, memories, comforting words, and for helping us continue Ron’s mission to honor and magnify his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

OBITUARY
“For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” (Philippians 1:21) Ronald (Ron, Ronnie) Eugene Smith passed from this earth into the presence of his Lord and Saviour on April 29, 2020, in St. Paul, Minnesota at the age of 81. Ron is survived by Sisters: Doris Sink of Auburn, IN; Sally Weber of Newton, IL; Sandy Brandt of Olney, IL; Diana Hufford of Acworth, GA. Brothers-in-law/Sisters-in-law: Jim Weber of Newton, IL; Bob Miller of...  see more
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  • L J
    L J:
    My condolences for the loss of your loved one. The hurt and pain of losing a loved one is difficult. Please know that God is near to those that are broken-hearted and who are crushed in spirit.(Psalm 34:18)
    God will wipe away all tears from their eyes...  more
  • Rick and Jackie Kielb
    My dad taught me so many things! For starters when I was little he taught me how to swim in the lake behind our house, taught me how to tie my shoe laces, ride a bike, change a tire, lay brick and so many more things but the most important he and mom...  more
  • Abby Johnson
  • Amanda McKevitt
    This is Amanda McKevitt. My grandpa was a wonderful man who loved Jesus! He was such a wonderful example of how to live a godly life, and I'm going to miss him so much but I'm so thankful he's in heaven with the Lord now, and with Grandma, and so many...  more
  • Rick and Jackie Kielb
    One of our favorite places to visit together was Subway and eating meatball sandwiches! Love Rick
  • Christine  Scott
    When Jackie shared with me that Ron had passed away, I instantly wept. When my middle son asked me why I was crying I shared with him all about who Ron was and that he had now passed away. He said, "Mom, sounds like he went to his eternal reward. So...  more
  • Randy Smith
  • Randy Smith
    Dad always prayed that his children would have hearts that were tender towards following God's leading. When the Lord led our family to go to Japan as missionaries in 1980, though it was hard to see family separated by an ocean, Dad and Mom were...  more
  • Kerry Watkins
    I was blessed to have a father-in-law who enjoyed family time. We spent a lot of time together on vacations, at holidays and many other times. He was a great grandpa to our children.
  • Abby Johnson
  • Abby Johnson
  • Lori Watkins
    My last days with my sweet dad.
  • Roger Smith
    Dad was surrounded by many wonderful people at Episcopal Homes in St. Paul. They are some of the many brave heroes that are serving vulnerable people in these trying times.
  • Roger Smith
    Please leave comments, memories, or tributes here. Feel free to share photos, short videos, or typed words if you wish. Thank you!
  • Lori Watkins
  • Roger Smith
    Roger Smith added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Ronald Smith:
    One of my final hugs (Roger)