Ronald Gaddis Obituary, Death – At the time of his demise, Ronald C. Gaddis, who had reached the age of 77, was a patient at the Bloomington Rehabilitation & Health Care Center in Bloomington, Illinois. On January 8, 2018, about 9:30 p.m., he passed away peacefully. His hometown was the town of Clinton, which is located in the state of Illinois. On Friday, January 12, 2018, at 6:00 PM, Daniel Heath Yielding will officiate the funeral services, which will be held at the Waynesville Christian Church in Waynesville, Illinois.
The funeral services will be held at the Waynesville Christian Church. On Friday, visitation will be held in the church beginning at four o’clock in the evening and continuing until six o’clock in the evening. Both the funeral and the cremation were handled by the Calvert Funeral Home in Clinton, Illinois. This was done in line with the family’s expressed desires. The memorial fund that has been created in Ronald C. Gaddis’s name accepts monetary contributions from anybody who would like to do so.
Carl Edward and Vera Agnes (Reynolds) Gaddis became parents for the first time to a boy called Ronald on February 11, 1940 in the town of Sullivan, which is located in the state of Illinois. They chose the name Ronald Edward for their son. In September of 2012, he wed Sharon Kornewald, and she passed away three years later in 2017. Their wedding was held in September of 2012, and it was a beautiful ceremony.
Stephen Gaddis and Terry Gaddis, both of whom are his kids and both of whom live in Waynesville, Illinois, are among those who have survived him. Stephen Gaddis lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, while Terry Gaddis lives in Waynesville, Illinois. In addition to that, he has left behind for his family a total of five great grandkids and six grandchildren.
Both of his parents as well as one of his sisters, Sharon Williams, had already passed away before he was ever conceived of as a child. He was the only child who had ever been born into his family. The late Ronald pursued a career in music throughout his whole life. He worked as a piano tuner for a significant portion of his life and during that time he had the opportunity to work with a large number of famous people. His profession spanned a significant amount of time.