Guestbook for Ronald James Kelly "Butch"
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I Thank each of you for your kind words. I could not have a better Dad! I Thank God that I had the privilege to officiate my Dad's home-going service and the privilege to be close to him and work with him for many years. This world will not be the same without him here. Praise be to God that Jan 7th 2013 my Dad asked Jesus Christ to be his personal Saviour, because of God's Word on this I know I will see him when my appointment comes and I am also called home to Heaven. John 14:6 Jesus saith. "I am the way the truth and the life no man cometh unto the father but by me" Romans 10:9" that if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead thou shalt be alSaved."
From Vince Kelly

8:31 pm - 11/15/17


My deepest sympathies to Aunt Patsy, Vince and Roxanne. Rest in peace Uncle Butch. Sing with the angels. Amy
From Amy

2:44 am - 11/14/17


Our sympathy Pat on the death of Ron. We miss you in the neighborhood. We will not be able to attend your visitation as we have made plans out of town. We will keep Ron and you in our prayers. LeRoy and Norreen
From LeRoy and Norreen Carlson

10:27 am - 11/12/17


My heart, thoughts, & prayers are with you at this very difficult time. I'll always remember our uncles love for music & guitars. Playing with our uncle Donnie, they would entertain our family. He truly enjoyed taking trips to Nashville, with Pat. Your dad was so proud of you, Vince. Be gentle with yourself & take time to heal. Love, niece/cousin Margaret
From Margaret Beirne (niece)

8:02 am - 11/10/17


Beloved Uncle and a life long influence. My first real job was working in home restorations with him. He was a stern and precise employer who looked out for me and impressed upon me the need to do a job right the first time. He also taught me how to drive his old clutch truck on our way to do some jobs in Winona. I'm sure this added to his gray hairs. Pat would always keep him in check when he got a bit to excited. The answer to prayer is when he came to know JESUS CHRIST as his Lord and Savior. From one breath here to the next breath with GOD. I am at peace with this as I know he is, you will be deeply missed.
From Auddie Cox

8:33 am - 11/09/17


On behalf of the La Crosse Logan Alumni Association we would like to extend our deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to you and yours on the passing of a former Ranger. Please be assured that our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
From La Crosse Logan Alumni Association

4:41 pm - 11/08/17