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RONALD BENTON RUEPPEL


is honored on Panel 2W, Line 28 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Love you Ron

    Posted on 6/5/18
    Sorry we missed writing on the wall for you Memorial day this year but I have been in the hospital, the new C.M.L. shots did a number on me, feeling some better today. Phil had to have some nerves deaded in his neck, it was done in Clarkston so we decided to spend the night down here. Love You Lucky, Aunt Shirley & Uncle Phil.
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  • Memorial Day - 2018

    Posted on 5/28/18 - by Ernie Fite e_fite@yahoo.com
    On occasion of Memorial Day 28-May-2018, I remember my dear friend Ron.
  • Happpy Birthday Ronnie (Lucky)

    Posted on 3/31/18 - by Aunt Shirley and Uncle Phil Tenwick
    Sorry I didn't get HAPPY BIRTHDAY your way yesterday, we were not home or near a computer. We have thought of you (we always think of you, your our favorite nephew) Ronnie, it is hard to think of you being 70 now, I being 75 and and Phil 77. (ALL OLD FOLKS).
    RONNIE, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LOVE Aunt Shirley & Uncle Phil




















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  • Happy Birthday

    Posted on 3/30/18 - by Judie
    Happy Birthday Ron. We love and miss you and will see you again someday.

    Judie, Ronnie, and Carissa
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  • Remembering Thanksgiving Day

    Posted on 11/24/17 - by tenwick@turbonet.com
    Ron,(Lucky) we are setting here remembering you and all our family being together every year,eating, laughing, just having fun at grandma, house, MISS YOU SO! LOVE YOU ALWAAYS, Aunt Shirley & Uncle Phiil
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The Wall of Faces

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