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Ronald Megee
  • July 11, 1947
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  • May 13, 2022

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Ronald “Ron” Allen Megee, 74, a retired US Navy Chief Hospital Corpsman (HMC), passed away unexpectedly at his home in Bradenton, Florida, on the morning of May 13, 2022. Beloved husband, father, and grandfather, he leaves behind his wife of

33 years, Cynthia “Cindy”, son, Timothy, daughters, Rhonda, Kristine, and Inga. The son of the late Allen Morris Megee and Margaret Lucille Taylor, Ron was born in Alameda, California, on July 11, 1947. After graduating from Georgetown High School, Delaware in 1965, Ron enlisted in the Navy on September 14, 1966, where he served as an athletic trainer at the US Naval Academy and as a Corpsman in Vietnam. Upon his return from overseas, Ron separated from the military for a short time before returning to service. He rejoined the Navy on March 7, 1974, completing assignments in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, and Maine. After 26 total years of honorable service, Ron retired from the Navy on June 30, 1994.

On September 15, 1989, Ron was united in matrimony with Cynthia Kay Beaumont of Royal Oak, Michigan. After his retirement from the Navy, Ron and Cindy settled in Windham, Maine, where he was the head of security at Mercy Hospital in Oirtland, Maine, the same hospital where Cindy worked as an operating room nurse. Ron enjoyed snowmobiling and spending time at their cabin on Embden Pond while they lived in Maine. In June 2005, they moved to Rydal, Georgia where they raised Egyptian Arabian horses and spent time camping and boating on Lake Altoona. They relocated to Bradenton, Florida in April 2019 to enjoy the ocean breezes and views of the intracoastal waterway.

Ron is survived by his wife, Cynthia Megee; son, Timothy Megee (Heather) of North Charleston, South Carolina; daughters Rhonda Walker (Charles) of Lawrenceville, Georgia, Kristine Miller (Spencer) of Iwakuni, Japan, and Inga Megee of Fort Drum, New York; and grandchildren Brooke Megee, Jordan Walker, Jacob

Walker, Zakkary Megee, Peyton Megee, and Damien Miller. Also living are his sister, Sharon Yoder (Jerry) of Greenwood, Delaware; brothers, Steven Megee of Bridgeville, Delaware, and Gary Megee of Chicago, Illinois; and half-brothers, Robin Robertson and Louis Taylor. His extended family includes many cousins, nieces, and nephews in Delaware. Ron is preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service will be held on July 15th in Bradenton, Florida with a future funeral service to be held in Arlington National Cemetery in Washington D.C.

Ron’s family requests that memorial donations be made to Fisher House in lieu of sending flowers. https://fisherhouse.org/get-involved/ways-to-give/memorial-gifts/


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  1. Amanda Lawrence says:
    19 May 2022
    I’m so sorry for your loss Cindy. You and your family are in my prayers . May God comfort guy witht the wonderful life you all had together ❤️
    Love,
    Amanda Lawrence

  2. Don Moody says:
    18 May 2022
    THANK TOU FOR YOUR SERVICE RON!! RIP MY FRIEND! HAND SALUTE

  3. Don Moody says:
    18 May 2022
    Thank You For Your Service To Our Nation Ron! RIP My Friend. Hand Salute!

  4. Tom and Jan Pratt says:
    18 May 2022
    We're so very sorry Cindy. We hope your very fondest memories stay strong and help you through this difficult time.

  5. Kristine Miller lit a candle:
    18 May 2022
    Lit since May 18, 2022 at 5:54:11 AM

  6. Kristine Miller says:
    18 May 2022
    To my amazing dad,
    I love you and miss you now and always will. Your memories will remain in my heart forever.
    May Lord bless your soul with peace and happiness in heaven.

  7. Robin Robertson lit a candle:
    18 May 2022
    Lit since May 18, 2022 at 5:15:06 AM

  8. Robin Robertson says:
    18 May 2022
    To my loving brother. You will be sadly missed. You have done very well serving our country snd family. Our prayers are ongoing to your journey to heaven.

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