Ronald G. DeHoff, Sr., 58, of Lake Park, Georgia passed away at his residence on Saturday, April 22, 2017. He was born in Kingston, New York on May 16, 1958 to Kathleen Rolin DeHoff and the late Frederick DeHoff, Sr. Ronald moved to Valdosta at a young age when his father was stationed at Moody AFB. Ronald spent 25 years as a truck driver and made a host of friends throughout his career. Ronald was a member of About My Father's Ministry in Valdosta. He loved his family and spending time outdoors, fishing, gardening, or doing yardwork.
Ronald is survived by his wife, Julie K. DeHoff; his children, Christy DeHoff Waldron (John), Sherry DeHoff, Ronald DeHoff, Jr. (Dominy), Chris DeHoff (Amy), Kerry DeHoff (Stephanie), Stephanie DeHoff; ten grandchildren, Jessie, Cristian, Dallas, Noah, Elijah, Karmyn, Jayden, Logan, Kolten, and Ansleigh; his sister, Ruby Duren (Buster); his brothers, Fredrick Clifton DeHoff, Jr., Ivan Lee Duren. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Aleph Williams and Ruby Ruth.
A memorial service will be held at 10am, Saturday, April 29, 2017 at About My Father's Ministry in Valdosta
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