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Ronald D. Bishoff
  • April 02, 1936
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  • January 27, 2022

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Ronald D Bishoff 85 of Belleview Fl. Went home to be with his Lord and Savior on January 27, 2022 surrounded by his wife and family. Born on April 2, 1936 in Cuzzart WV. He was the son of the late Damon G. and Lenora “Maxine” (Livengood) Bishoff. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his brother Robert Bishoff, infant sister Barbara June and his son-in-law Bruce Smith.

Ronald served in the US Coast Guard from 1956 to 1962, he retired from the Fort Lauderdale Florida local carpenter’s union #123. He was very involved with his church and was a proud member of Berean Baptist Church. He loved spending time with his family and absolutely adored his grandchildren and his great grandchildren.

Surviving is his loving wife of 64 years Lois Virginia (Broadwater) Bishoff. His children Penny Smith, Crystal Auger and husband Randy. 3 grandchildren, Stephanie (Noah), Jared, Nicole (John). 7 great grandchildren, Rebekah, Arianna, Jace, Sarah, Ryker, Mark and Beau. Bonus Granddaughter, Shannon (Tommy);Bonus great granddaughter, Kacie; Granddaughter in-law, Katherine (Dylan) and grandchildren Isabella, Brianna, Alexis, Madeline, Arianna, and Samuel; Special sister-in-law Linda Bishoff; special nephew, Robert Bishoff Jr. (Cathy). Also surviving are his two sisters, Janet (Tom) and Carol (Bob).


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  1. Janet Jenkins says:
    04 Feb 2022
    Dearest Ronnie, my memories of you, me and Bobby growing up together are forever etched in my mind as the most special of times. You were always the leader, commander, Tarzan, and most especially Roy Rogers (that would be because you would be able to sing in our game!). And sing you did! You were in the A cappella choir in high school, you formed the 4 B’s and sang many places in Baltimore, and while in the Coast Guard you and your best friend, Ronnie Dove, sang professionally in night clubs and many other paid performances. The dearest memory is of you and Mom singing together and, oh. could you two yodel! You see how much I remember of you and how important you were in my life growing up. You were loved, and I will love and miss you forever until we meet again. Take care of Tommy for me, ok?

  2. Carol Millwater Ryan says:
    03 Feb 2022
    My dear, sweet brother, I know in my mind you are in a better place but my heart is so sad that you are gone. I will always remember you were quick to laugh, loved to sing, and was a devoted brother, son, husband and father. I hate that Alzheimer's took over your memory but am comforted that your beloved family took such loving care of you. I know we will see each other some day but until then, know I love you and will always miss you. ❤️

  3. Linda and Bob Bishoff says:
    03 Feb 2022
    I know you and Bob are together, miss you.

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