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Ronnie and I met in about 1949 or 50. He was always the cowboy with a pair of white-handled Sears Roebuck revolvers while the rest of us from "Peck's Corner," (the junction of Trudeau Road and the old road to....well you could get to Malone that way via Durgan's Restaurant) were the infernal Indians. Eternally forgiving and tolerant, Ronnie would let us resume our baseball game, after we assured him he had indeed ended our uprising and threat to the Lake Colby Community. Eventually Ronnie Rough Rider and I became best of friends and it was a wonderful relationship indeed. After Ronnie's kind police officer dad, John, built their home on Lake Colby, Ronnie and his brother Tim's mother, Ida, would often feed us and let me stay over night as long as we didn't interfere with her watching Friday night boxing beneath tucked beneath the lavender lava lamp. How she did love those fights!
So it was that our close friendship matured and continued into the high school years where we were both on the ski team. Ronnie was, and remained, proud to have won Mt. Pisgah's "White Stag Trophy" the winter of our senior year. That spring we went to the senior prom together, but took our dates home early so we could drive around in his first car; a '55 Ford that had, according to Ronnie, a roll bar. Though we intended to study for the NYS Regents Exam in US history, I recall laughing a lot and not studying for Ronnie knew a lot of jokes and was a good story teller; an art that he apparently carried on his entire life. That last summer together, he set up a water sking slalom course on Lake Colby and then, alas, in the shortening days of 1961 it was time to go our separate ways; he to the Zerox Corporation in Rochester.
One or two summers later, much to my surpriser, Ronnie asked me to be the best man at his wedding to Linda. He was a happy, handsome young man that day and she was a beautiful bride. Later they showed me pictures of their honeymoon cabin in the Poconos and we particularly laughed at one shot of the resort cabin's bathtub which was red and shaped like a valentine. Over the intervening years, though increasingly remote, we have kept in touch but sadly never saw one another again.
Ronnie had many attributes, but for me, the most wonderful and honorable one was his eternal devotion to his wife, Linda - the love of his life.
He will be missed in both body and spirit.
~ Gordon Brown - April 13, 2020
To The Family of Ronald Moody
So sorry to hear of the passing of Your brother, Your Husband, Your Grandfather, Uncle, etc.
Years ago when I was just a kid and lived on Van Buren Street in Saranac Lake, Ronald was our paperboy. About one to two years ago my husband and I were at DJ's restaurant for breakfast in Saranac Lake and had the opportunity to see and visit with Ronald. I didn't recognize him right away but he knew who I was right off the bat. We had a good ole time reminiscing . Always remember the memories you have of him, his spirit with always be with you. Rest in peace, Ronnie.
~ Carol & Brian (Donaldson) Howes - March 31, 2020
I knew Ronnie since childhood and every memory I have of him is a fond one.
He was a good-hearted guy who was always a joy be around. I stayed in our hometown and would run into him every now and then whenever he came back. And every time was a delight (I always liked his sense of humor too).
He was a wonderful guy and my sincerest sympathies go out to his family.
~ Bob Seidenstein - March 29, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Moody family. I worked with Ron for many years at MCJ. When ever I worked with Ron I knew we would have an interesting shift. Ron was a good deputy and a great partner. Ron was always there when you needed him. Not only on the job but when I needed help with a home project without hesitation Ron was there. Ron's heart was as big as his smile. God bless you Ron.
~ Dave Dawson - March 24, 2020
Goodbye Ronald, flights of Angels take thee to thy rest...rest in peace
~ -K K - March 22, 2020
RIP Ronnie. I have many fond memories of our times working together at MCSO. Condolences to the Moody family. May your happy memories bring you all peace.
~ Dennis Dreeson - March 21, 2020
Erin and family -
I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
~ Mary McDonald - March 21, 2020
I have worked with Ron for many years at the Monroe County Sheriffs Office, and also did alot of deer hunting
on Ron's camp in the Southern tier of New York. We shared alot of great memories... he will be missed by all.
Rest In Peace my friend.
North Port Florida
~ Bob Valone - March 20, 2020
I worked with Ron for a number of years at the Monroe County Jail. He was always a great guy to work with! He was a lot of fun, but he also did the job & did it well. He always had your back. My sincerest condolences to his family. I'm sure he will be greatly missed.
~ Bert Fitzsimmons - March 20, 2020
The Association of Rochester Police and Area Law Enforcement Retirees (ARPALER) sends prayers and condolences to the family of Deputy Moody, and we salute him for his service to his community. Rest in peace Brother.
~ Fellow Officers of ARPALER - March 20, 2020
My Thoughts And Prayers Are with Linda And The Entire Moody Family. I worked with Ron for many years at the MCSO until his retirement. “ Rest In Eternal Peace Brother And God Bless.”
~ Douglas Moffett - March 20, 2020
Condolences to family and friends. Met Ron while working at MCSO he was a good man. May he Rest In Peace.
~ Bobby Crowder - March 20, 2020
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