Ron, our friendship goes back years, you were always a man of your word. I can’t count the number of people you have helped when they had serious problems. I know you will now be repaid. My condolences to your family, Robert F. Kazimour, RFK Transportation, Inc.
We are so sad to hear about Ron. We always enjoyed visiting with him at the Candy Kitchen when he visited Wilton. The family is in our thoughts and prayers. Lynn, Brenda and Christian Ochiltree
Ronnie, you were such a kind human being. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You will be missed. Special Prayers to Donnie, Danny, Melissa, Deb, Madison, Matthew, Jaxon, Ruthie, Tuffy’s, Stephanie, Haley, Owen, Marcia and Joanie.
So sorry to hear!! Started with Hummer family about 1973,, Survivor would be a good description for Ron, lots of ups and downs, but he hung in there, wish only the best for the HUMMER family!
We are all deeply saddened by the loss of Ronnie. He was a great man and friend of many years. We've been sharing stories around our office and each memory of Ron brings a smile to our faces.
Ron was a very special person and will truly be missed.
Our prayers and sincere sympathies to the family, Deb and the staff.
We have all been blessed to be a part of his life.
Dick Phelps, Mike Detmer and the entire staff of US Auctioneers.
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I remember him being at the quonset where Buck had his trucking company when I was working for Tiny T. My prayers are with you.
So very sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing, he has always been a great friend me and to my family. My thoughts are with you now and in the days ahead.
ALTHOUGH I DID NOT KNOW YOUR CHILDREN JOANIE: I AM SO TERRIBLY SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR SON!! JUST CAN'T IMAGINE LOOSING A "CHILD"!! SORRY FOR ALL FAMILY!!!!!!
WANDA MILLS RONAN
Ron Hummer has worked with JELD-WEN Windows for many years. We are very sorry to hear of Ron's passing. Our thoughts are with the family and extended work family.
Sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayer are with you and your family.
Love hugs and prayers to Grandma Joanie, Connie and the entire family. May memories of Ron continue to live on in your hearts ♥️
Ronnie was full of pep and vinegar. We started out attending Sunday School and went all Thru elementary, jr high and high school together. There were 34 in our Oxford class, in 5th grade were merged with Tiffin snd Cosgrove schools and we rode the school bus to Tiffin. In 7th grade we went to school in Cosgrove, 9th and 10th grade we went to the old Oxford High school. Ronnie liked a good laugh and was ornery. Ronnie & I we’re biology partners and he cut open the frogs etc, yuck! 11th and 12th grade The new and first Clear Creek High School was opened and we graduated in 1971. Ron advocated for our last class reunion. He will be missed.
I was so sorry to hear of Ron's passing! My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go with his family, Deb, Tuffy, Dan, Tyler, Stephanie, Don, Joan and Marcia! Ron touched many lives in many ways, whether it be in the trucking business, community or just as a good ole friend! He will be missed by so many!
We were so sorry to learn of Ron's passing. Our sympathy to his family.
I am so sorry for your loss. May God wrap his arms around each and every one of you.
I am saddened to learn of Ron's passing. One of my fondest memories of Ron is playing outdoor games at night at Uncle Herman's fish fries on H Street!
Please know Aunt Joanie and Ron's family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Colleen (Villhauer) Hogan
We offer our heart felt sympathies to Joan, Don, Connie, and all the Hummer family. Daryl & Cheryl Reynolds
Don, Hummer Family, Friends, Community, including the many in his trucking family-Thoughts and Prayers for Peace, Comfort and Memories. Always served his customers well, may his legacy continue.
I am so sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. That smile is how I will always remember him. Sending prayers of healing!
My heart breaks reading this about our dear classmate and friend.
My deepest sympathy to all of Ron's family.
So very sorry for your loss. Deepest sympathy to all of you.
Deb Coblentz Harland