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Ronald Boyer

FORT WORTH — Ronald Boyer passed away Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, at the age of 68.
Celebration of life: 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8, in Brown, Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Survivors: Daughters, Arwen, Annie, Ellie and Sara; eight grandchildren; and many friends.

Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

Condolence Messages

  1. Will never forget what great talent. He blessed us with just knowing you will be missed

  2. There is so much that could be said about your Dad because he was so unique, but what I learned about him while I was living in Fort Worth was he loved being the father of four beautiful girls. If music wasn’t coming out of his mouth it would be the sound of pride for his family.
    He will be missed and remembered by so many . May you find comfort in knowing how many lives he touched.

  3. Ron and I were best friends in 4th grade. He moved and I had not seen him again until last year. He found me on facebook and we have exchanged many post since then. I am so glad we re-connected after all these years. It has been a joy talking with him. I wish I could have got to know him better. Now I will have to miss him all over again

  4. Annie Clevenger Smith

    Dear Family, Your dad was such a special friend, and he loved you all to the moon and back. Treasure your memories as I will and continue to make him proud. He will be missed beyond words. God bless you all and keep you in His care. Love from Toledo, OH from Mark & Annie Smith

  5. Dale Seibert Hansard

    So sorry to hear of the death of my good friend. He will be truly missed. You all are in my heart, my thoughts, and my prayers. May God Bless You and Keep You. From Rockwall, Texas with love Stan and Dale Hansard.

  6. Ron was a mentor too many, a friend to all and someone who I will miss for many years to come.

  7. Melinda Hogan Potosky

    What a sweet and dear friend he was. I will miss him so. I spent one lazy Saturday listening to him on his daughter’s patio singing and playing. Play for the angels, Ronny. oxox “Poke”

  8. A friend since 1979 – Many memories, many lessons: I will miss his music (from original filks like “Cave of Salamonca” to his original music cassette tape he ‘finally’ made me for Yule one year!), his stories (being an extra in ‘Logan’s Run’, Viet Nam, SCA, street and performance experiences, to name some topics), his ‘schmoozing’ (he had to talk to ‘those who influenced’), how surprised he was at his 50th (Surprise) Birthday party, his SCA and Avalonia training (martial arts, clean camping, and manners – remember to always ‘hail the camp!’, among So Many Things!), ‘reigning’ from his rocking chair, – too soon to leave us all. My best wishes to the Lights of his Life: his daughters, Arwen, Annie, Ellie, Sarah and Georgia and the son he raised, Matthew, and Beth, whom he never, while I knew him, stopped keeping in his heart – it was of great importance to him to always be near all of you. He loved you all very, very much.

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