Ronald G. Boyce, 65, passed away December 15, 2012. Survived by children, Crystal Speier and Jason Boyce; siblings, Robert Boyce and Rhonda Boyce. Preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Roger Boyce. He was born to Robert and Jean Boyce on July 7, 1947, in Pueblo, Colorado. Ronald graduated in 1965 from Centennial High School and attended La Junta Junior College. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, automotive work and gardening. Ronald had a good sense of humor and was very ornery. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held at a later date. For service information and date, please email the family at rgbmemorial@hotmail.com. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Ron, We will miss you. We enjoyed the hunting trips and camping trips. We will miss the Cobra shows in Erie and the Hot Rod Car shows in Pueblo. We are glad we spent the time going to Phoenix with you for the NASCAR Race in November 2011. Thank you for being part of our lives.

  2. Ron was a great cousin, and I always wished I had a big brother like him. We pretty much only saw each other in Kansas because we live so far apart, but what a fun, and yes, totally ornery guy. His spirit will be missed.

  3. Crystal and Jason. My deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your Father. Ron called me and made a special visit to our son Rolly’s shop when he heard about the loss of my husband Joe Ketchum. He was a good friend. Your Dad built several engines for our trucks and was great at what he did. He always was a lot of fun to be around and your Dad at 65 like Joe at 64 left us all way too soon. I know there is a special place in heaven for those onery good guys. Please know that my family honestly understands how big a hole is left when a family has lost their Father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Barb Ketchum and the Harshbarger families

  4. I will miss Ron, we always had so much fun together growing up as close as we were. I also enjoyed his visits to Kansas. He was a great big teddy bear and a good friend. Terry

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. I, my wife and father in law had the privilege of working with Ron at Pueblo west high school. He was always joking and made work a more enjoyable expierence. We will miss you Ron. God bless.
    Chris and Priscilla Sanchez
    William Murray

  6. To Crystal and Jason: I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s devastating to lose a parent and I wish there was some way I could take away some of the pain. I first met your dad when we were in college together and later became very close to your entire family. Ron was always so much fun and quick to tell a ridiculous story. His smile was infectious. I’m sorry to say after graduation I lost track of him, Please accept my deepest sympathies to you, Bob and Rhonda. Sincerely, Connie Hall Skoglund.

  7. Crystal and Jason- we met your dad last December and also had an opportunity to visit with him when he was in the hospital in Denver. He was a very nice man. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you,during this difficultl time. The Martinez Family – friends of your Aunt Rhonda..

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