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Ronald A. Mallett

Passed April 06, 2021

Obituary For Ronald A. Mallett




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Pinelawn Memorial Park
2030 Wellwood Avenue
Farmingdale, NY 11735
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Ronnie, May God keep you in his loving grace and may the Angels lift you to everlasting peace. Alleluia!
- Reno DiGenova
I have many fond memories of times with Ronnie as children - always looking up to and wanting to hang out with him and Laura, my teenage cousins; spending time together over the holidays- cousins in the bedroom together listening to Elton John; and most importantly laughing together - I can still hear his amazing laugh. He was a smart, funny and loving soul. Rest in peace in Heaven with your Mom and Dad, Ronnie. Sending love to you Laura and Kathy. With Love, Maria
- Maria Badger
Ronnie, it was a pleasure to have met you and be welcomed into your family. May you forever laugh and smile as many remember you. May you rest in peace.
- Rich Peters
Ronnie, you were a generous, loving person with an excellent sense of humor. I will always remember you calling me Eloise (Weezy, for short). It was all in the way you said it with that big grin and laugh. You were always real and honest. Your honesty, humor, and straightforwardness were refreshing and life-affirming. You had a larger-than-life personality. You really could light up a room -- seeing the life and humor in everything, putting everyone around you at ease. Just being your true self. I believe you are free and at peace now.
- Cousin Ellen
Ronnie was a great friend and he will be missed very much. Sending my deepest sympathies to Kathy, Laura and the family. Sincerely, Stephanie Reina
- Stephanie Reina
Ronnie, big brother with a gentle soul, our hearts are broken. I remember the days when you were young, playing the bass with Mother always trying to get the huge instrument in the Audi that never seemed to fit. You were forever giving and generous to all , especially to Mother. So many childhood memories from Brennan Street and the Christmas photos that Dad would print during our childhood. You were always so dapper. I treasured the times we visited over the recent years. You were never one to ask for anything or have any complaints. Will miss the trips to LI to see you, your blue eyes, your smile and the rolling of your eyes if I nagged too much over things that just didn't matter. You are loved so much. Pray that you are in loving arms of Mom, Dad, Mom & Pops. Grandma & Grandpa. Keep that smile in Heaven and know that you will be forever cherished and missed. I love you Ronnie, rest in peace.
- Laura Pinti
Ronnie, my nephew and godson I loved your humor, your kindness, thoughtfulness and love of family. You were very generous with your love , especially for your parents You loved to give your mother presents. I rememember those many times I would drop in at the diner in Westport where you worked and mArveled how efficient you were in serving those customers who could be so demanding I will always keep you In my heart Aunt Rita
- Rita Papazian
Ronnie's lovely smile was radiant and his friendliness brightened a room. We are still impressed by his dance moves at your wedding, Kathy! We will miss him, and are so sorry for your loss.
- Barbara McGovern
We love you dear brother Ronnie. I will remember you for your larger than life laugh and smile. You were a kind, thoughtful, and generous person, and so funny. I'll remember the tomato fight in Dad's garden when I was a kid (I don't think Dad was too happy about flying tomatoes that he worked so hard to plant), me trying to throw away your cigarettes in a dumpster, after a ride to Greenlawn in the yellow Ford Fairmount as a kid, and you not hesitating for me to go retrieve them (great babysitting there bro), and especially you always coming to pop in and check on me when I was in First Grade at school. You would wave from the door...even on that day you saw me seated next to the teacher for getting in trouble. I know you loved your friends and they loved you. You were a kind, smart guy who always brought too many gifts for everyone. And you also knew how to dance and I remember you teaching me a few 70's moves to this day. I know you are with Mother and Dad now, and our grandparents, and I know you are at peace. We love you. Keep dancing, keep laughing. Watch over your niece and nephew. Sending love to you in Heaven. Love, Kathy
- Kathy (Mallett) Peters

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