Obituary for Mr. Ronald Martin

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Mr. Ronald Martin

July 16, 1952 - April 29, 2020

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Friday, May 8, 2020

Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Home

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

Service Information

Date: Saturday, May 9, 2020

Time: 12:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Chapel

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

 

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Born: July 16, 1952
Died: April 29, 2020

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Michael Ray Bush posted on 5/11/20

My "Cuz" Ronald (& Donald): I can't think about one, without thinking about the other. They really were, as One. In our small family, we were raised from babies as basically brother's and sister, rather than as cousins. No matter what happens in this life, or the next, that bond has never been, and will never be broken. One for All, and All for one. That's us. Strut on with that cool stride, into Heaven, clean-as-a-tack! "Cuz". Michael Ray Bush

 

HAZEL JOHNSON posted on 5/9/20

Nephew Ronald had a good and humorous character, at a young age. When I first met Ron,I was (11) years old and he was (8) years old. My brother Leonard was Ronald's grandfather. Ronald called him Daddy Leonard. When we were introduced to each other,Ron statement to me was "I THOUGHT YOU WERE AN OLD LADY",because Daddy Leonard said his sister was coming to visit. I will always remember that famous statement,it brings me laughter. WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER. AUNTIE HAZEL

 

Kenneth Hurd posted on 5/8/20

They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. But it will never come close to your genuine smile in person. You always had smiles for everyone. You kept me laughing always. Your genuine happiness will be missed *Cuz*. Much love from the bottom of my heart, Ken. God has gained an Angel.

 

Hayes White posted on 5/7/20

I can see that awarding winning smile that God blessed my cousin Ronald with. Everytime he greeted me it felt genuine , joyful and lovable. "What's up cuz", I'll miss that. I'm thankful for being in a family of believers. We understand this transition. "To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. God bless you cuz, you get to meet him now. See you later.

 

Mitchell Spead posted on 5/7/20

MY PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO SIS.LILLY MARTIN AND FAMILY. I MET BRO.MARTIN IN THE EARLY 2000s WHILE WORKING AT UNIVISION IN DOWNTOWN DALLAS. HE HAD A CERTAIN AND KNOW WHEN HE'S AROUND.WE LATER MET AT NGMFC AND ALWAYS TALK ABOUT THE OLD DAYS DOWNTOWN.RIP MY BROTHER YOU EARNED YOUR WINGS.

 

SLThomas posted on 5/7/20

There is nothing like the love of family, then there is nothing like the loss of family. Somehow may your days ahead be filled with peace and comfort that comes only from a Loving God, may His love comfort you with peace beyond your understanding. Your memories of Ronald will never fade, you can be assured of that one thing. May those memories provide precious comfort on difficult days. ❤️Sandra Luster-Thomas

 

Lynda Bush-Means posted on 5/6/20

To my Beloved other twin cousin, Ronald: I love you to the Moon and back. I will miss you, forever. I will never get to hear you say, “What's up Cuz?!”, again. A Star has truly dimmed in our universe. Your Joy of life can never be measured, because it was so abundant. Your Loving, Cheerful and Sweet nature will always be remembered. Boy, we had some good times! Go and get your Wings. Blessings, Kisses and Hugs. “Cuz” Lynda Marie Bush Means

 

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