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Ronald Parsons

Ronald Ralph Parsons

Saturday, June 22nd, 1940 - Wednesday, November 13th, 2019
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Ronald Ralph Parsons, 79, of Moultonborough, passed away unexpectedly at LRGH on Wednesday, November 13, 2019, surrounded by family and friends. He was born on June 22, 1940, in Painesville, Ohio, to Ralph and Dorothy Parsons. Ron graduated from Bush High School, Lyndhurst, Ohio, and Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. He worked for many years as a chemist for General Tire and upon moving to NH, he worked for Heath Hardware in Center Harbor and J. Jill in Tilton.

Ron became a Freemason in 2000. He was Master of Chocorua Lodge in 2006, in Holderness, and active both Chocorua Lodge and Meridian Lodge in Franklin. He was an accomplished musician, most recently serving as Grand Organist of Grand Lodge of NH. He also traveled to other lodges as part of the Installation Team. He was a member of the Bektach Shrine in Concord, where he was a leader in the Drum Corps and volunteered at bingo. As part of Demolay, he was inducted into the Legion of Honor this year.

Ron was a member of Moultonborough United Methodist Church. He enjoyed cooking, gardening, and collecting miniature trains and boats. He was predeceased by his parents and brother Randolph. He is survived by his sister Becky Tullos and husband Bryan, of Sugar Land, Texas, his nephew Keith Tullos and wife Christy, niece Brenda Hollingsworth, niece Cindy Ponton and husband Tom, Troy Parsons, Cris Parsons and wife Rachel, as well as several great-nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, November 17, 2019, at 1:30 p.m. at Moultonborough United Methodist Church. A Masonic ceremony will be held.
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  • Service

    Sunday, November 17th, 2019 | 1:30pm
    When
    Sunday, November 17th, 2019 1:30pm
    Location
    Moultonborough United Methodist Church
    Address
    1018 Whittier Highway
    Moultonborough, NH 03254
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    Officiant
    Rev. Robert Schneider

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Jan Plummer

Posted at 03:58pm
Ron was like a father angel to me taking me under his wing when he moved into our neighborhood as he and my Dad were both masons and Shriners of Bektash Temple and he played the piano and organ like my Dad too. πŸ’•
I will miss him dearly as he always kept tabs on me and my welfare and spoiled me with daily visits from his little dog Molly in the good weather.
He loved that little girl πŸΎπŸ’• so much and she misses him tremendously already too, but we are all going to work together to place her in a new home where she will be as comfortable and loved as much as she was with Ron and her neighbors here.
RIP NEIGHBOR and God bless you.
Jan Plummer
JP

Jan Plummer

Posted at 03:58pm
Ron was like a father angel to me taking me under his wing when he moved into our neighborhood as he and my Dad were both masons and Shriners of Bektash Temple and he played the piano and organ like my Dad too. πŸ’•
I will miss him dearly as he always kept tabs on me and my welfare and spoiled me with daily visits from his little dog Molly in the good weather.
He loved that little girl πŸΎπŸ’• so much and she misses him tremendously already too, but we are all going to work together to place her in a new home where she will be as comfortable and loved as much as she was with Ron and her neighbors here.
RIP NEIGHBOR and God bless you.
Jan Plummer
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