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Ronald Patrick DeHaven, 59, of Columbia died September 5, 2009 at University Hospital. Ron was born March 11, 1950 to Ron and Patsy (Hunt) DeHaven. He is survived by his brothers Chris DeHaven and Jon DeHaven both of Columbia. Ron will be dearly missed by all of his friends and family.
Edith Browning says
I am so sorry to hear that Ron has died, please accept my sincere deepest condolences
Christy Carter says
He will be greatly missed.
Sherrie Neff says
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May your memories comfort you during this difficult time.
Linda Mazuranic says
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother. He fought fiercely for the life he wanted for himself, and was a remarkable man. We will keep you and him in our prayers.
Linda Mazuranic says
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother. He fought fiercely to live life the way he wanted. You will be in all our prayers.
Jack Vanderpool says
My condolences to for your loss. I have business cards with the “Midnight Riders” on it. Ron and I had great times playing music together, having parties in the basement, and so on in Marshall. I lost contact with Ron after school. I’m sorry for the loss.
Dan Cook says
Sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. Ron, Terry Woodsmall and I used to ride minibikes together and smoke in the woods. My sincere condolences.
Eugene Pummill says
It was my privilege to know and associate with Ron for the last several years. All should know that Ron was brave and enduring in the face of tremendous pain, suffering and adversity. He lost not his sense of humor, dignity nor courage. Ron held stubbornly to his love of life, and when no doubt lesser men would have surrendered in the face of such enormous odds, Ron persevered through the very last moments of his life. While Ron was a truly private man, he never failed to share often just how much he loved his family, especially his brothers and his grandpa as well as his great fondness of friends from days bygone. He respected and trusted his physician, Dr. Andrew Quint, and he cherished his relationship as his patient. Ron was an avid shooter and marksman who treasured and respected firearms. He was a musician and loved music of his making. He was a collector and enjoyed trading unique time pieces, cutery, and firearms. Ron was thrifty and truly understood the value of a dollar and how to put it to its best advantage. Most of all, Ron was a man of faith and a steadfast believer and Christian. I am sure that I speak for those who knew him and his courage that he will be sorely missed but never, ever forgotten.