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Ronald Rossiter Obituary

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Ronald Richard Rossiter
Ronald Richard Rossiter

July 22, 1947 - December 17, 2018
Born in El Paso, Texas
Resided in Cornville, Arizona
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Ronald Richard Rossiter (Ron), 71 of Cornville, AZ passed away December 17, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ after a valiant battle. He was born July 22, 1947 in El Paso, Texas to John Robert and Mary Eileen Rossiter. He graduated from William S. Hart High School in Newhall, CA June of 1965 and attended Taft College. He served in the United States Army from May 30, 1968 until October 27, 1972 earning the rank of Sargent. He received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal and Vietnam Campaign Medal. He was Honorably Discharged from the AZ Army National Guard May 22, 1990.
He loved a challenge and maintained an elevated work ethic. He drove Reddi-Mix trucks for Copper State, Superior, and Hanson Aggregates. He drove dump trucks for M & M Excavating, Larry Baugh, and Granite Mountain Materials. He transported patients for Angels on Duty and was Pool Technician and so much more at Oak Creek Ranch School.
Ron was the life of the party. He was the epitome of love, laughter and loyalty. He was enormously kind and had the ability to tastefully bring humor to any situation.
His wife, Beth, of 45 years, survives him along with his sons Jake (Luanne), Cornville, AZ and Luke, Camp Verde, AZ and a daughter Roni (Rick) Ferguson of Oak Harbor WA. He was blessed with 7 grandchildren; Marcus (Jessica) Ferguson of Van Couver, WA, Jonathan Ferguson of Oak Harbor, WA and Mariah (Tom) Spear of Oak Harbor, WA Trevor (Jillian) Murray of Zephr Cove, NV, Corey Murray of Dillon, TX, Hailie Rious of Camp Verde, AZ and Eli Rossiter of Camp Verde, AZ. He has 1 great-granddaughter Isle Ferguson of Vancouver, WA.
Private family services with military honors have been held. He will be interred at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.




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