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Traynham, Ronald J.

Traynham, Ronald J.

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Traynham, Ronald J.

Traynham, Ronald J. Mar 15, 1952 - Dec 17, 2014 Omaha. Survived by wife, Denise; son, Ronald, Jr. "R.J."; daughter, Jasmine; granddaughter, X'Zajanai; 5 other grandchildren; brothers, Gregory and Arnold; sister, Evonda Traynham-Wells; nieces, nephews, and a host of other loving family and friends. Private family service. ROEDER MORTUARY - Ames Chapel 4932 Ames Ave. 402-453-5600 www.RoederMortuary.com

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ARNOLD TRAYNHAM

My dear brother, may God's embrace and the greetings of His angelic hosts provide your soul with His promised rest and eternal peace. Words cannot express the depths of my sorrow.

" The righteous cry, and the LORD heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles."

Gene

Rest in heavenly peace my Brother.......May God keep those left behind. Your childhood brother........... Gene Briley.

Robert Duncan

To the Traynham Family,

I recently heard of the passing of Ronald. I was very sorry to hear. I remember all of us growing up together in Omaha. Your family was on Ohio Street and we lived on Lake Street. I know we have all lost contact with one another over the years. We had such a great time as kids especially during the summers. I remember Ronnie as a fun kid, always filled with fun and laughter. I am sure, he was and lived the same way as an adult. The child in all of us never dies. Whatever illness he had succumb to, those days are behind him now. He now rests in the hands of the Lord for restful and everlasting peace. Again, I give my condolences and sympathy to all family members, as I know he will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Robert (Bobby) Duncan

Michael West

To my friends, the Traynham Family. I just recently learned of Ronnie's passing from my sister Pat. I am so sorry for this belated word of sorrow and condolences to you and the family on your loss. My heart is sad to learn this way and so late. I can only hope that GOD has provided you with some comfort and strength through the days and months. My sincerest Sympathy and Love-From one of the Boulevard Boys, Mike West-Love You All & May GOD Bless You!

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