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Ronald Lee

Ronald Albert Lee

Friday, November 8th, 1946 - Monday, August 12th, 2019
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Ken Moss

Posted at 10:39am
I would like to say goodbye to my old friend, Ronny Lee. When we were 13 years old we lived close to each other on Burnt Hickory Road and one day he saved my life! We were squirrel hunting and the creek was frozen over near Burnt Hickory and Mission Road. I fell in when the ice broke and I was wearing slip on boots and they filled with up with water and it pulled me under and I could not get free! Ronnie had a 22 rifle and I held onto the barrel and he was able to pull me up on the bank. With the help of his sisters, we got to their house and they put me in front of the potbellied stove to warm up and dry out. I lost my lunch money most days gaming! He was very good or I was very bad, I don't know which, but it was a lot of fun. I lost touch with him and wondered over the years if he knew how much I valued him as a friend and wondered if I ever thanked him for saving my life. Just in case, Thank you, Ronny! I would like to offer my condolences to Ronny's family and my regrets that I didn't know that he had passed until today because my son passed the day before Ronny.
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