Ronnie Dingess, 76 of Harts, West Virginia, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.
Ronnie was a member of the Mountaineer Missionary Baptist Church at Harts. He was saved when his friend, Danny White, came to talk to him about his soul on March 4, 2014. Danny was accompanied by Pastor Randy Skeens and Larry Brammer. From the moment that Pastor Skeens asked Ronnie to take his hand and to accept Jesus Christ as his Savior, his life was changed. The Lord gave him the humblest heart and many times his love overflowed with tears. On this same day, his wife, Gloria, accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. She wanted the same thing that her loving husband had; to love and serve Christ. They were baptized on June 22, 2014 by Leroy Spurlock, Larry Belcher and his son-in-law, Rick Farley.
Ronnie is preceded in death by his parents, Charlie and Pauline Dingess, one brother, Ernie Dingess and his son-in-law Brian Duffield.
Those left to cherish his memory and love him forever are his wife, Gloria; his two daughters, Tammy (Rick) Farley and Paula (Brian) Duffield. His greatest joy will always be his grandson, Cody (Courtney) Farley. From the time he was born to this day he has always been his “Little Man”. When Cody was a young child, he and Ronnie (PA) would spend many hours playing in the dirt on the hillside with trucks and cars. He has three brothers and three sisters.
We have hope and faith in Jesus that we will be reunited with Ronnie in Heaven when Jesus calls each of us home or returns to take his church home. Ronnie’s faith has made him whole. If Ronnie could say one thing to everyone, it would be to give your life to Christ, serve Christ, love Christ and meet him in Heaven.
We will love you forever. Your loving wife, daughters, grandson, and his fur babies, Rascal and Meeko and Smokey.
Go rest high on that mountain for your work on earth is done.
A celebration of Ronnie’s life will be held on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.at the Evans Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Adams Cemetery at Harts, West Virginia. Services will be conducted by Reverend Randy Skeens and Pastor Justin Baisden.
A special thank you to Dignity Hospice, the doctors and nurses who were so very kind to Ronnie during his illness.
Evans Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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