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Obituary - Ronald Palmer, Jr.

Ronald Palmer, Jr.

Date of Passing: September 25th, 2008

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Ronald Palmer, Jr., 58, of Norwich, passed away Thursday, September 25, 2008, at The NYS Veterans Home at Oxford, after a short illness. He was born February 21, 1950, in New Berlin, the son of the late Ronald and Virginia Burns Palmer and was a graduate of New Berlin Central School. He was a Vietnam Veteran, serving in the US Coast Guard. Ron was an avid Hunter and fisherman. He is survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Linda and John Elliott of Lakeland, FL; a niece and her husband, Teri and Scott Ritenour and their son, Matt of NC; a nephew and his wife, Mike and Kim Elliott and their sons, Kaleb and Cullen of Sauquoit; and special friends, Ralph and Barb, Charlie and Sandy and Les and Loretta, all of Norwich. Services will be at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are with the Kloster-Northrop & Bentz Funeral Home, Waterville.

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To Ron's family, I'm sorry for your loss. I knew Ron through Dollar General, he was one of my many customers, but to me he was more than that, he was a friend. He would stop in and chat with me on a daily bases. I enjoyed are talks and his friendship. I have lost more than a customer i lost a friend, and he is deeply missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless all of you.Please feel free to email me...
Sherri

So sorry for your loss. We go through so much together and this is no exception. Love Jill
jill

Linda and John Sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you. If you ever get up to this area, would love to see you.
Freida

Linda and John, Terry, Scott And Matt, Mike, Kim, Kaleb and Cullen, We are very sorry in the passing of Ronnie, he will be greatly missed in our family especially at the Holidays, the kids birthdays, trips to Bass Pro and all those fishing trips when he would join us as part of the family, and those awful cold days on the ice fishing. He will always hold a special part of our hearts.He was one of a kind. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.Please call, email or write anytime. Les, Loretta, Michael and Kaylee
Loretta