Ronald L. Carrico
December 22, 1944 - September 20, 2019
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Ronald "Ron" L. Carrico, 74, of Bellevue, KY, passed away at his residence on Friday, September 20, 2019. He was a housekeeping supervisor with Professional Maintenance in Cincinnati, OH. Ron was a dedicated family man who loved spending time with family and friends. He is survived by his loving wife of 37 years: Marilyn Carrico; son: Clifford Carrico; daughters: Denise Carrico, Nicole Kuetemeyer and Amanda Dolle; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services for Ron will be scheduled at a later date. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneral home.com
Scott Proud - Sep 24, 2019
The world lost one heck of a guy. He has already been, and now will always be, truly missed by many of us here at Macys Inc. Thoughts and prayers are with Marilyn and the entire family.
Nicci Kuetemeyer - Sep 23, 2019
My Dad was kind,loyal,generous and he loved his family deeply. He was bigger than life and had a heart of gold. He was a wonderul Dad, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa. Everyone who knew him loved him! He is deeply missed and loved!!!There is a huge hole in our family but I am thankful that he is out pain, know I will see him again one day!
Mark - Sep 23, 2019
I remember the family reunions and your Elvis impersonations....will miss your spirit ...say hi to all our Carrico aunts and uncles and mom and dad.....
Dee Dee Carrico Bowling - Sep 22, 2019
I will always remember Uncle Ronnie as the baby boy. I always thought he was so good looking with that dark hair! My fondest memories were probably the times at Walnut Grove and family reunions. He was a character
It is hard to imagine the Ezra and Pearl Family finally all together again. I believe the brother that was lost was Patrick.
God bless you Uncle Ronnie
Thoughts and prayers to
all of the family
Bob ( nephew “Robbie”) Greve - Sep 22, 2019
So sorry to hear that we have lost Uncle Ronnie. Heartfelt condolences to Marilyn and entire family. I last saw Ronnie several years ago, when he traveled up to Indy, to visit with Bill Quillen, who was very ill & hospitalized. It is getting harder to these days, to hear that classic raspy “Carrico voice”, which he carried on so well. There are 13 brothers and sisters (remember, one little brother who went straight to heaven), and a Mom and Dad, who are there waiting to greet him.
Steve Allen Carrico - Sep 21, 2019
Enjoyed the good times we had before I left for the Navy. You, Dad, Tom, Harry and Tony. What a crew!
Jennifer Carrico - Sep 21, 2019
Love and will miss you may you rest in peace.
Mike Williams - Sep 21, 2019
Ron you truly will be missed by the Williams and Dill family we met you in 1999 and it was truly a blessing the last few years you made all the kids feel like you where uncle ron always had treats for the kids thank you for being a very special friend to everyone in are family's take your spot among the angels
Linda Janetzko - Sep 21, 2019
Ron was loved by all our family. He was kind, generous and loving. I will miss him at our family gatherings and I know he will be missed by many.