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Workman, Jr., Ronald E.

Workman, Jr., Ronald E.

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Workman, Jr., Ronald E. Jun 13, 1955 - Oct 31, 2015 Survived by wife, Brigitte; children, Christine (Joe) Owens, Ronnie Workman and Lyle Workman; four grandchildren; mother, Melody; three siblings; many nieces and nephews. MEMORIAL MASS 11am Thursday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Burial at Forest Lawn Cemetery. FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY 7909 Mormon Bridge Rd. 402-451-1000

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I grew up with Ronnie and his brother Randy, sister Chrissy, and later baby Candy. I am their cousin. I remember when Ronnie won a "beautiful baby contest and they gave him a crown and robe, he was so cute. I stood up for him and his wife Brigette when they wed. I saw their wonderful family grow. He was a good and decent man who had an enormous sense of humor. He will be missed by all his family and friends. Say Hi, to my folks up there in heaven. With much love and respect, your cousin, Karla.


The Dutch family is very sorry for the loss of Ron to all who knew him. My most favorite memory of Ron was when my son, Dillon, played Benson baseball for Ron. Although my son loved being a part of a team, he was never an athlete. And that was perfectly okay with Ron. As long as Dillon worked hard in practice, he was happy with him. Ron loved to share with me the history lessons my son would give him in the dugout! We always shared a laugh about it after the games. I'll never forget the one time my son actually hit the ball and got on base! I thought Ron was going to jump out of his shoes he was so happy for him! My point is that all of this showed the kind of person Ron was. He had a great sense of humor, was kind and understanding to the kid who was a little different from the others. He made a difference in my child's life. I wish there were more people like him in this world. You will be missed Ron. Hugs to all of the Workman's. Brigitte, Chrissy, Ronnie & Lyle. Sincerely, Peggie,Chris & Kim

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