Ronnie M. Wilson

02/14/1948 - 12/02/2020

Obituary For Ronnie M. Wilson

Ronnie Mack Wilson age 72 of Hamilton was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on Wednesday December 2, 2020. He was born February 14, 1948 in Charleston, West Virginia the son of the late Conrad Saylor and Thelma Eskins. Ronnie was a veteran of the U. S. Army and served 2 tours in Vietnam with the First Air Cavalry Division. He was a born-again Christian whose passions were auto mechanics and to serve Christ in his music ministry. He was well known for his bass guitar playing at many churches in the area over the years. He was immensely proud of his grandchildren and loved his family and friends deeply. He will be sadly missed. Ronnie is survived by his two children Eric (Trisha) Wilson and Joshua (Rochelle) Wilson; six grandchildren Joshua Wilson, Isaiah (Ally) Wilson, Noah Wilson, Jonah Wilson, Kaylun Owl, and Kareena Owl; three great grandchildren Keaura Owl, Eliason Owl, and Kahara Hawk; and six siblings Mitchell Wilson, Susie (Perry) Smith, Anna Collins, James (Teresa) Saylor, Chumley Saylor, and Ronnie Cerullo. He is also survived by his special lifelong best friends, Denny and Sherry Loman. He was preceded in death by two sisters Genie Butler and Janie Bamonte. Visitation 6-8 PM Tuesday December 8, 2020 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield. Due to COVID-19 concerns masks and social distancing will be required. The funeral service on Wednesday will be private. Burial in Rose Hill Burial Park with full military honors. www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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Miss you already ronnie miss the times we shared love you my good friend God bless 💞
- Danny holden
Ronnie was a great friend i enjoyed are many meals and fellowship when Ronnie or I was having one of our bad days all it took was stop and go eat and talk and share what God wnted us to do and that bad day went away .god bless all the family . Fly high my friend till we fellowship again. you will be missed.
- Doug Hubbard
Ronnie was an awesome guitar player. Got to know him from the Sumitt Church. I loved talking to him. R. I. P. Ronnie. I'm proud to have called you my friend.
- Deborah Southard
A man who didn't comand respect just plain got it . Always a hoot ton of fun to be around we will miss your face and huge smile.
- Debbie Roark
My condolences to your family.... You will never be forgotten for your kindness,faith, a sense of humor... Fly high my friend...
- Sharon Hammons
Ronnie words can never express how much emptiness I feel knowing I can't ever in this life confide in you but I know without a doubt you're right where you longed to be... You're a very special person to our family and in my heart you are ...rest high on that mountain .. hug mom Dad and Gerald for me ... I'll be seeing you sweetheart forever Mary Lou ... I'll forever keep your memory alive and that I promise you ...I never dreamed I'd have to face this time...fly high
- Mary Lou Pugh
Ronnie, you are loved, dear cousin. Give all the family XOXO's. You may have left this earth, but you'll forever be in our hearts.
- Victoria Alfred
A wonderful man and you will be widespread missed,Ronnie has been considered part of our family since I can remember and I'm 45 so it's been a long long time, and you will always hold a special place in me and my family's heart's I considered you as a father to me growing up, and I know without a shadow of a doubt your up in heaven cruising them streets of gold. (Amen) Ronnie Wilson you will never be forgotten, forever and always. R.I.P Now I have to go get a YORK PEPPERMINT PATTY. Turned me on to my first one ever and there still my favorite..... XOXOXOXO
- Tony Sorber
So many memories I don't even know where to start. I frist met him when i was 16 and i traded a car to him for a chevy truck. Been great friend since then. Him and my fiance David was with him at his lot all the time and helped him as much as we could. Ronnie and David worked on so many vehicles together. And was currently building a car trailer together. He would always send me to McDonald's to get her 2 McDoubles with only mustard and pickkes and he would pick the pickles off and toss them across the parking lot. Said he just liked the flavor it gave the burger but didn't like the pickles lol. You will be missed by many Ronnie. Rest easy Ronnie. I know you are walking them beautiful streets of gold by now. Save us all some room up there. Until we meet again. I live you Ronnie. R.I.P.
- Crystal Barker
Not enough words can describe how many things this man taught and showed me as a young kid till the time I became a father myself, I will always be grateful for what he did for me and my kids, he cooked for them played with them and always looked out for us kids, fro the time we lived with him, my greatest memory was me coming downstairs at 23 to get a bowl of cereal half asleep and fell to the bottom and all I heard was a laugh from ronnie's bedroom lol, I'll never forget you buddy much love to my best friend Eric Wilson and his family love u all....
- Edd Bannon
I loved this man. He was an amazing person.. I seen him when his grandson and mine were in the play at Cincinnati Christian... I've know Ronnie since 1982.. he went to my church.. he was giving and loved to talk.. rip Ronnie Wilson
- Patty Betz
Ronnie I'm going to miss you so much and I will forever be grateful for you you are so missed already my dear heaven gained an angel Rip my Ronnie
- Mary Lou Pugh
He was my bubby
- Pam burkhart
I will miss him dearly
- Pam burkhart
Ronnie was a great friend and he always made u laugh all the time
- Pam burkhart

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