Ronnie E. Bower

Born: 09/03/1944 Passed:

Ronnie E. Bower, 75, of Louisville, Ohio went home to be with the Lord on Monday, July 13th after a short illness.  Ronnie was born on September 3, 1944, the 5th son to the late James and Sadie Burton.  Ronnie worked as a self-employed insurance agent at the Ron Bower Insurance Agency in Canton, Ohio for most of his adult life.  In retirement, Ronnie pursued his true passion, which was to serve the Lord both in missions, and most recently as the minister of Crossview Worship Center.  He was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.  Ronnie enjoy telling stories – both true and embellished – especially to his granddaughters while they sat upon his kitchen table.  Ron and Eileen enjoyed Saturday road trips with their three Schnauzers.  And were not above the impromptu trip out of state.

In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his brothers, Bobby, Gene, Carlos, and Kermit Bower.

Ronnie is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Eileen Bower; son, John D. Bower; John’s fiancé, Mistie Thompson; grandchildren, Poeme, Aubriann, Caitlyn, and Aaron; and great-granddaughter, Cecilia.

Visiting hours will be held Friday, July 17th, 9:30am-11:30am at Crossview Worship Center 1520 Mill St. SW, Canton, Ohio 44706, with funeral services immediately following officiated by Pastors LeRoy and Lisa Smith. Ronnie will be laid to rest at Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 2698 Broadway Ave. NE, Louisville, Ohio. Celebration of Life at Crossview Worship Center will be held after graveside services.  All are welcome to attend. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com

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7 Tributes to Ronnie E. Bower

  1. This is Pastor Ailton and Vaumeria from Brasil says:

    It is with great sadness, that I received the news of the death of my friend, and brother in Christ, Pastor Ronnie Bower. I am honored to have met him, and hosted him in my home. I was also honored to have visited with him, and to have ministered The Word of God in his home church. My heartfelt feelings of sympathy and sorrow extend to his entire family; especially to his beloved wife, Eileen.

    • Eileen Bower says:

      Pastor Ailton and Vaumeria, Thank you for being such gracious friends of ours. I know how much Ronnie loved both of you. I appreciate your sympathies. Love you both and am looking forward to the coming of our Lord when we can all be together in Heaven.

  2. Debbie Stokey (Jukebox) says:

    Eileen, I am so very sorry to hear this. I have often thought of you and Ron. His smile always cheered me up. My deepest sympathy.

  3. Don & Retta Hubbard says:

    Sorry to hear of Brother Ron’s passing! We know he will be greatly missed here, but welcomed by many old friends and his Lord on heaven’s shore. I plan on joining him one day soon…and the way things are looking in our world these days…maybe sooner than later! Ronnie was a good insurance agent, a good teacher, and a good friend. Love and Prayers to you Eileen as you await the day of reuniting.

  4. Jeri Layne says:

    Condolences to all the family.Prayers for you.God Bless

  5. Cindy Davis says:

    Awe…My heart goes out to you Eileen 💔 Ron has entered his eternity home. I am so happy to have known him all these years. God be with you and we love you !! 🙏🏻🙏🏻

  6. Larry Lockhart, Shary Lockhart, and Beth Lockhart says:

    Ronnie Bower only you would have your home going on my birthday, what can I say! Here is what I say…Ron Bower was a good friend, he was a good insurance agent(his agency insured us for many years), he was a good story teller(sometimes it was hard to know fact from fiction) Ron never met a stranger(even though at times he was a bit strange) he enjoyed some of the same things I enjoyed ( food and lots of it; like cashews, and a good hamburger, and hors d’oeuvres better known as a grilled hot dog, oh don’t forget steak we liked steak) above all Ron Bower loved the Lord and he had a soft spot for missions. Ron is now with Jesus and I am looking forward to joining him soon. Are you??? Jesus loves you and died so that you could receive forgiveness. Remember God is not willing that any should perish but that all would receive forgiveness. Lets all plan to join Ron when the time comes. Blessings on all especially Eilene, John, and all the family members

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