Ronald Donald Crigger

January 20, 1940 - May 3, 2020
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On Sunday May 3, 2020 Ronald Donald Crigger (80) went to spend eternity with his Lord and Savior Jesus Our Christ. Waiting with open arms was his twin brother Donald Ronald Crigger and his second brother David Mitchell Crigger both of whom preceded him in his journey to Glory. Ronald is survived by a trulyContinue Reading

Elaine Angleberger left a message on May 18, 2020:
Dear Sarah and family, I wanted to let you know I was thinking of you all. I remember Ronny as part of the "Brown's Trailer park family. His loving ways always set him apart. Our families have crossed paths many years and our dads were great friends. When I go to FSK mall near the side entrance of Sears... I see CYJ FLP 77.... in the cement and I smile at all good memories. Ronny had a special graciousness about him. I would love to connect some time. my cell is 240-285-3933. My sincere hope that the Lord comforts you and all the family. Love and hugs Elaine Angleberger
Dave Prokopchak left a message on May 8, 2020:
Ron was our UPS man for years. It was always a treat to shake his half-gloved hand and enjoy his goodwill. An ordinary day was made brighter when Ron Crigger stopped by the house. The world lost a true Gentleman.
Ann Fretwell left a message on May 6, 2020:
I only met Mr Crigger once when he purchased our family farm. I was so impressed by his spirit that I’ve never forgotten him. May the family be blessed and inspired to live by the example he set. Peace. Rest assured that today his mind is clear and he knows your name!
Carolyn Mallard left a message on May 6, 2020:
We were saddened to hear of Ron's Promotion to Glory, however he is exactly where he wanted to be. I know Ron is walking the streets of gold and checking the sights of heaven. He is probably having a conversation with someone for he always was talking to someone. He always had a smile upon his face. Ron was an active member of The Salvation Army in Frederick when we were stationed there. He always spoke of tithing and the importance of it and how you could never out give God. He loved Sarah and his children. I know you will miss him, however he knows everything and is whole again and happy. Our prayers are with you Sarah, the children and grandchildren. Please know you are loved!! Major's Butch and Carolyn Mallard
GREG DUNCAN left a message on May 6, 2020:
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Kenny and Sherry Allen left a message on May 5, 2020:
Our deepest sympathies. Wishing you peace~to bring comfort, courage~to face the days ahead and loving memories~to forever hold in your heart. May the good memories see you through the difficult times ahead. You are all in our prayers. Love, Kenny and Sherry Allen XO <3
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