Ronald B. Myers

Ronald B. Myers of Holbrook, MA passed away unexpectedly Thursday August 16, 2018 at the age of 71. Ron was born in Boston, MA but was raised in Holbrook, where he spent over 50 years. He graduated from Holbrook High School in 1965. He later served our country by enlisting in the US Air Force. He continued a life of service as a devout Christian by preaching from the pulpit, serving as a deacon, and later teaching God’s word through a prison ministry program. With a passion for football that started as an offensive lineman for Holbrook High, he later returned as a coach. For many years, he also coached for the Randolph Oilers Football Organization, a team he was proud to call “family”.

Ron was the son of the late Stanley and Jean Myers, brother of Donald Myers and his wife Donna of Easton, and the late Carol (Myers) Cartwright of Easton. Devout family man, Ron was preceded in death by his beautiful wife of 44 years Doreen (Pina) Myers. He is survived by his daughter Tanya Goncalves of Holbrook and son Ryan Myers and his wife Colleen of Avon. Loving Papa of his grandchildren Kendra, Kayla, Owen, and Braden.

Visiting hours will be held at Hurley Funeral Home, 134 S. Main St. (Rt. 28), Randolph on Wednesday August 22nd from 4-8 pm. A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Thursday, August 23rd at 10am. Interment to follow at Avon Cemetery.

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First Name: Tim and Elaine
Last Name: Flanigan
City: Avon
State: MA
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Entry Date: 08/19/2018

Ryan and Colleen, we are so very sorry to hear about Ryan’s Dad. Our prayers for strength during this most difficult time. God bless❤️


First Name: barbara
Last Name: gaynor
City: holbrook
State: MA
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Entry Date: 08/19/2018

Dear Tanya and Ryan ....your Dad was someone to all of us..but most of all a wonderful son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and faithful friend. A classmate and good neighbor for 30 years....holding you in our hearts ...barbara(peter) gaynor


First Name: Elaine Johnson
Last Name: McGall
City:
State: NH
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Entry Date: 08/21/2018

With my deepest sympathies.graduated high school with Ron in 1965


First Name: Denise
Last Name: Spiet
City: South Easton
State: MA
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Entry Date: 08/21/2018

We are so very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Denise and Stu Spiegel


First Name: Leiza
Last Name: Hiltz Scerbo
City: Farmington
State: ME
Country: United States
Entry Date: 08/21/2018

I will never forget his warm smiles and contagious laughter! Every time a came down to visit Carol and my Great Aunt Jean, no matter how busy Ronnie was he would always stop over to say hi. He always spoke of his visits to Maine, when he and his brother would come up to go hunting. He would tell me stories of what it was like to bow hunt and how quiet you had to be! He talked of sports and bubbled with pride telling me about his children. So many stories! I am blessed to have such wonderful family members, and Ronnie had a way of bringing love into every room he entered.
Ronnie was my Cousin and my Uncle and I so looked forward to our visits. I am so shocked to hear of his passing, he had planned to come visit us in Maine this summer and sounded so great on the phone.
My deepest condolences to all his loved ones, and hugs for his children Ryan and Tanya! Your father was a great man. He brought joy to hundreds of people, but you two were his pride and joy. My heart aches for you loss.


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