A True friend in every aspect of the word, 35 years of friendship and I enjoyed every minute of it. I Will always cherish the good times, the laughter, and all the fun. I miss my buddy, my pal, and one of my best friends. Pam you were truly a Saint in your own way. The work you did here on earth will truly "Speak for You"!
From Dina McCall on June 29th, 2010
I saw you again before your passing at Crestwood High, you had a colorful scarf wrapped around your head. I did not know at that time how ill you were. Your daughter and my daugher sang with the chorus. We discussed that night that neither one of our girls wanted to play ball like we use to...we laughed and shared some memories. I hadn't seen you in years, I was glad that are paths crossed one more time. I miss you. Rest.
The memories are many and the stories are legendary. Hurricane, Tornado, Screwdogs, Bus 47 pulling the bumper of Bus 24, the Subaru and those things not to be revealed. People come in our lives for a reason and for a season. We weren't only cousins but we were the best of friends. We balanced the good times with serious times. Your season was short, but your reason was to teach us about life. Thank you for the friendship and the wise counsel. We miss the physical but know the spirit is always with us. Enjoy your rest Henry Fitzgerald Robinson.
I still remember yall stealing them watermelons out the field. Too many memories to focus on any just one. You were a true friend to the end. Man, you are still sorely missed by us all. BTW, I know you reading this so I always thought you traveled when you shot that old faded jump shot. RIP my firend.
Some of my fondest memories of Ron include that beautiful smile!
From Katrina Byrd (Greene) on April 14th, 2010
Ron was such a wonderful person with a beautiful spirit. I was saddened to hear of his passing. I know Ron is in heaven making the day a joyous one for all.
Miss and Love you Ron! - "Cannonball"- as you often called me in high school.
From Darrell Williams on April 17th, 2010
Ronnie, The funniest thing was that we did not realize we were related until the the 12th grade (you were the worst cymbal player I have EVER seen. But, you can play the hell out of that the post position in B-Ball) Even before that, we were friends. Heaven has has a crappy Cymbalist; but a good MAN!!!! RIP my cousin. Will
From crilma williams on April 27th, 2010
Ron Williams was a bigger than live character to me. He made everyone around him feel good. He got under my skin one time, but Ronald was just trying to get me to play harder on the court. I was so mad that tried to cuss him out. I still don't know how to curse properly. After I said what I said, we laugh real hard for about 10 minutes until we cried. Ron was a great people person. I will always remember him for that reason.
From Greg Welch on May 1st, 2011
Man, i Miss the friendship! He was such a great friend! Gone but not forgotten! Miss You Man