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Ronald A. Erickson

Born: Thu., May 4, 1944
Died: Mon., Mar. 7, 2016


Memorial Service

5:00 PM Sat., Mar. 19, 2016
Location: Lakeville United Church of Christ


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Ronald A. Erickson, 71 of Lakeville, MA passed away on March 7, 2016 from a lengthy illness at St. Luke’s Hospital surrounded by his loving family.  He was the loving husband of Sharon E. (Rhodes) Erickson.

Born May 4, 1944 in Middleboro, MA he is the son of Alice (Plissey) Erickson of Lakeville and the late Kenneth “Tum-Tum” Erickson.

Ron was a 1962 graduate of Apponequet High School and a devoted member of the Lakeville Lions Club.  He loved to travel and had a vested interest in boating.  Ron found peace and tranquility living on Long Pond and will be loved and missed dearly by all.

In addition to his mother Alice and wife Sharon he is survived by his beloved children Ruth and John Tanguay, Julie and Robert Presutti, Alexis (Sue) and Keith Moore, Shane and Melissa Verhaegen, and Jon Verhaegen.  He was also the brother of the late Sandra Horton and her husband Norman “Red” Horton of Lakeville, Janice Hartford and her husband Dr. Harry Hartford and Steven Erickson and his wife Cathy.  He is also survived by his many loving grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

 

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Marilyn Hunt
   Posted Wed March 16, 2016
I am so very sorry for your loss, you are all in my thoughts.

Babe & Ginger Rezendes
   Posted Sat March 19, 2016
Ronnie was a avid sports fan, he and his buddy Babe had season tickets to the Patriots and were lucky enough to go to a Super Bowl in New Orleans. They enjoyed tail gating at the games cooking their Steaks which was a fun part of going to the games. He and Babe would let the wives Sharon & Ginger go to one pre-season game, that was always nice. Often they would get together for coffee and try to solve the problems of the world. Ronnie will be missed but understand now he won't be in pain any more. Rest in peace our friend.


Linda and George Eldridge
   Posted Fri March 25, 2016
Sharon, we are so sorry for your loss. Ron was a really nice guy. He will be sadly missed I am sure. He is definitely in a better place now. Our memories keep him alive in our hearts. Love, Linda and George

Ronald Reynolds
   Posted Fri April 08, 2016
I am saddened to learn of Ron's passing. Ron was a classmate of mine at Apponequet Regional High School graduating together in 2016. Though I hadn't seen Ron again for these many years, I remember him as a friendly, smiling and joyful person in school. Very likable. May God rest his Soul. My sincerest condolences to his dear wife and family.

Ron Reynolds
Boston, Massachusetts

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