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Ronald Kenneth Moyer
  • July 20, 1944
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  • June 04, 2014

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  1. 11 Jun 2014
    Austin Moyer says:
    Hey pop pop I miss you a lot. I still can't believe that your no longer with us physically, I say that because I know for a fact that you would never leave your family mentally, you will always be on our minds and in our hearts. You were one of the funniest people I ever met, now I know where my dad got it from. I'm so thankful for having you in my life, you had so many jokes you could go on for days, I used to love sitting there and listening to them. But most of all I'm just really great full that I was about to come home and see you one last time, if I wouldn't have been able to do that I don't know what I would have done. It just sucks so much because we had plans to go shooting when I got back from Ait, and I was really looking forward to it.. but I know that when I do get home and go shooting I know you'll be there with us. We had so many great memories together I will never ever forget. Like the one time when I was little and we went to the science center, or when we would always go to the gun range and have a blast. You were one of the greatest men that I knew, and I will always cherish the last day that I was able to spend with you. I promise you that I will never forget you and everything that I do know will be in honor of your memory. I know that your in a better place know and feel no pain but just take care up there. RIP I love you -Austin

  2. 09 Jun 2014
    Keith Doerfler says:
    Uncle Ronnie, I know I didn't know you the way I should have, but I got a kick out of the fact that you enjoyed the bear stories that my mom relayed to you. It always meant a lot to know that you cared about my adventures. May your spirit now roam free like the bears. Each night that I'm walking amongst them I'm thinking of you. Love always, Keith and the bears.

  3. 08 Jun 2014
    Michlle says:
    Dear Uncle, I am shocked that you have made the journey so soon. I have grown to really love you and will miss you. Thank you for all of our wonderful talks and teachings. I hope to meet your beloved sons and grandchildren. I can feel you watching over all of us.

  4. 08 Jun 2014
    Martha Moyer says:
    Hi again, just had to share with you Ronnie, today I managed to go to the store and when I pulled into the parking lot I saw a Mom and her little girl, the child was fully dressed in Native American clothing, leather, not a costume, the real deal, I immediately thought of you (all I do is think about you, missing you, our talks)anyway it made me happy for a moment. Miss you, Love Martha

  5. 06 Jun 2014
    Laura Shevchuk says:
    Uncle Ronnie, you were a very special person inside and out. I remember when I was little and you told me that my Cherokee name would be "Panther Eyes" because of my green eyes and dark hair. I never forgot that, and I always thought it was so cool and special. I also remember the little paper people you had made for Geoff and I when we were younger. Thank you for making me interested in our heritage as I know you were so proud to be part Cherokee. I believe your spirit is now in nature and you are watching over all of your loved ones. I love you Uncle Ronnie, and I'll miss seeing you "like" things I post and also miss hearing my mom tell me about what was going on with you when you would speak with her. Please know you are well loved and please watch over those who need it most. May you be at peace now.

  6. 06 Jun 2014
    Kirk Doerfler says:
    Uncle Ron, while I never got to know you too well, I do have some memories of you when I was younger. Between the motorcycle you brought over to show us when we lived in the trailer and visiting you, "Little" Ron (as we knew him then) and Rod at your apartment. There was also the trip to Disney in 2001. I know my Mom misses your dearly. My condolences to your family (and mine).

  7. 06 Jun 2014
    dianna mccarty says:
    You were a part of my extended family. I will always remember those couple of holloweens when we stayed by the car @ trunk or treat and let Rod and Kathy take the kids trunk or treating while we talked .You were a wise man (Redleaf) you will be missed immensely. Love and will miss you. Dianna

  8. 06 Jun 2014
    Geoff Doerfler says:
    Uncle Ronnie, you are loved and missed by your family. I'll always remember the story you told on how you came to get your name Redleaf. I also remember the little folded paper people you made when we were at mom's house, those were pretty cool. I also enjoyed seeing you at Disney when we had the girl's birthday dinner. Love Geoff and family

  9. 06 Jun 2014
    Kathy Moyer says:
    Pop Pop,
    There was so much more we wanted to do with you. I guess god had other plans though. We still can't believe your gone, life will never be the same without you. I never told you this, but you were the father I never had. You cared for me just like I was your actual daughter. You would talk with me without criticizing me, you were there for me when I needed anything, you cheered me on and made me feel like you were proud of me, just like a father would. I really love you and miss you!!! I'm so proud to have the best memories with you. Just know you will always be close in our hearts, until we meet again.
    Love always, Kathy

  10. 06 Jun 2014
    Gregg Doerfler says:
    I didn't know him too well but his Native American views touched me a lot. I have that warrior spirit that he often talked about. I know you're now safe Uncle Ron. I hope you look after us. You were a warrior.

  11. 06 Jun 2014
    Michael Lenart says:
    I always enjoyed our chats when you called Martha. You always made me laugh and feel better. I will really miss those calls. I will also miss your emails about cars, etc. You always thought of others. I am honored that I became a part of your family and got to know you. You made my life happier as you did for all others whose lives you touched

  12. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    This was taken by me the last time I saw you at Disney.  We were riding the boat back to the resort.  I wish I could have had many more visits with you and your family.  I will miss you forever.
    This was taken by me the last time I saw you at Disney. We were riding the boat back to the resort. I wish I could have had many more visits with you and your family. I will miss you forever.

  13. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Pop Pop
    Pop Pop

  14. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Ron
    Ron

  15. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Pop Pop w/ Austin and Kathy
    Pop Pop w/ Austin and Kathy

  16. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Pop Pop w/ Austin and Kathy
    Pop Pop w/ Austin and Kathy

  17. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Pop Pop
    Pop Pop

  18. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Miss You
    Miss You

  19. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Laura took this photo when she went to upstate NY last fall...whenever I looked at it I was reminded of you...A true red/gold leaf...Redleaf
    Laura took this photo when she went to upstate NY last fall...whenever I looked at it I was reminded of you...A true red/gold leaf...Redleaf

  20. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Mother and You with Michele...your Goddaughter and kindered Native American buddy.
    Mother and You with Michele...your Goddaughter and kindered Native American buddy.

  21. 06 Jun 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Moyers do not come in small!  Love you and Miss You
    Moyers do not come in small! Love you and Miss You

  22. 06 Jun 2014
    Ron Moyer says:
    Hey pop we are going to miss you it's gonna be strange not calling you after my games at night. You and Alli never got to go shooting so when I take her I expect you to be there.Also Ariane has a game tonight and you always told her she would win and to stay safe so I ask you to watch over her tonight and every other game. The girls are going to miss you "old pop". Well I know you are up there spinning your yarns entertaing all. YOU WILL BE MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. Remember Dad I will always Love you. Ronnie. Love from Tonya, Ariane and Alli.

  23. 06 Jun 2014
    Mary & Greg Visyak says:
    Our condolences go out to the Moyer family. Your dad was a bright light in his service to the community of Fairway Cove in Orlando. He was a great guy, we missed hi a lot after he retired. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this most difficult time. God Rest you Ron!!

  24. 06 Jun 2014
    Martha Moyer says:
    I wrote this on your facebook page yesterday. I know that you are the one who "liked" it, I no sooner posted it I got the message Redleaf "liked" it. Laura said you were reaching out from beyond. I know you are no longer in pain, but you will be missed by so many. Please give your sons a hug from wherever you are, let them know you will never leave them. I will miss you for ever, tell Roderick, Mother and Dad I said hello...do not cause too much mischief up there. I will always be listening to hear what you have to say in my heart. I love you.


    Ronnie, yesterday you silently told me not to cry, you would send me a sign that you were in a happy place, for me to be patient and wait, not to seek but that when I saw it I would know...I thought after seeing the photo of the Navajo secret message talker wearing a red jacket that it was the sign, he had passed away as well, I wanted to believe that, but you had whispered it would be a red leaf...in June, seriously I thought, you are playing jokes again. This morning I went into Keith's room to open the curtains, as I looked out on a branch nearest the window was a tiny bright red leaf! Thank you...thank you for all the talks we had, for making me laugh, for making me mad, for making me cry. Remember when we went on vacation, you, Linda and me to visit family in Canada and you tied my shoelaces to Linda's and when we went to get out of the car we fell! At the time I was not happy, now looking back I laugh. You also spit in the jug of water and when we complained to Mother she more or less said deal with it. Remember the igloo you and Dicky Holmes built on the farm in NY and you made me go inside to test it out and then you both blocked the entrance with snow? I sat in there thinking oh well, this is the end of me! One of my fondest memories is when you built out of cardboard and paper Fort Apache...you made the fort, the people and would play with that for hours. Laura remembers how you cut out a little Native American village for her once when you visited. Somewhere I still have that along with the leather change purse you made me for my birthday, I always carry that. I could go on and on forever, I will miss your phone calls, now when the phone rings I expect it to be you...the last message you left me a few weeks ago when you had called was "this is me...is that you?" I wish I had saved it. A week ago we talked and now you are gone, but never forgotten. Keith sent me an email and he said last night when feeding the bears he would walk among them and think of you. Keep him safe, please. We are all sad, but I know you are no longer in pain. I love you Ronnie.

  25. 06 Jun 2014
    Waldo & Helen Rodriguez says:
    We will always remember your Dad for his jolly ways & quick wit. We know how you all must be feeling but know he's free to be with those he loved who went before him and you will one day all be together.

  26. 06 Jun 2014
    Rod Moyer says:
    Dad it is still a shock you are gone you were always there for me and even as I got older you were there for my family. You taught me many things and I will never forget the things we did and talked about by far you are to me the greatest man in the world we struggled at times with stuff but we always came through.People say when someone passes they are in a better place but I sure wish you were still here with us, well you always will be but just not in person Dad(Red Leaf Moyer) your family and grand kids have lots of good memorys and thank you for always being there Love Rod(Tiger)

  27. 06 Jun 2014
    Rod Moyer says:
    Dad it is still a shock you are gone you were always there for me and even as I got older you were there for my family. You taught me many things and I will never forget the things we did and talked about by far you are to me the greatest man in the world we struggled at times with stuff but we always came through.People say when someone passes they are in a better place but I sure wish you were still here with us, well you always will be but just not in person Dad(Red Leaf Moyer) your family and grand kids have lots of good memorys and thank you for always being there Love Rod(Tiger)