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Tony Gwynn. Patch file photo.
SA June 17, 2014 at 07:50 am
Very young and a great man. Now the lunatics will being to outlaw the use of chewing tobacco inRead More baseball.
Ed P. June 17, 2014 at 04:16 pm
SA.....his doctors said there is no link to his chewing tobacco and the type of cancer Tony had.
jack June 27, 2014 at 09:34 pm
To watch Tony swing the bat was nothing short of amazing. Thx T for your service to the communityRead More and being a great guy.
Maya Angelou. File photo/Wikimedia.
Brainwashed_In_Church May 29, 2014 at 06:08 pm
Computers and virtual machines can write poetry (and play chess) better than humans can anyway.Read More Poets are obsolete.
Jim B. May 29, 2014 at 06:10 pm
Andy, you are a troll and an ahole.
SA May 30, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Power to the People! @ Jim you should get a handle on your anger issues.
BarbaraTrumper November 20, 2013 at 06:17 am
Dan was a great guy and we will miss him just as his Mother, Joanne and brother, Mark will. Hugs toRead More all, Barbara and Ernie Trumper
Angel Rivera November 13, 2013 at 07:30 pm
You are the best dad that a girl could ever ask for!!!! We all love nd miss u daddy!!!! Love,Read More Daddy's Lil Girl
Paul Ransom has been a principal of Ransom Pump & Supply since 1983. Photo Courtesy Nicholas Head
John Shableski August 15, 2013 at 10:52 am
I left Ramona a long time ago and hadn't seen Paul in ages but I can remember so much about him fromRead More our days in kindergarten all the way to our senior year in high school. Probably the most fun we had together was in Mr. Holt's Civics class. He was always a very kind and decent person, even when we were kids. It seemed that just about the entire Ransom family were just like that. The world is a better place because Paul was here. God bless you Paul and God bless your family. You are definitely loved and will be missed.
Diane Beasley August 15, 2013 at 12:30 pm
It has been a long time since my family has seen Paul--we think of him often. Have a lot of good,Read More fun memories in the 90's when our family lived in Ramona. My daughter, Summer still lives in Ramona and will attend his celebration of life. So sad to hear he's gone. I will send a donation to In His Steps in lieu of flowers.
BarbaraTrumper August 21, 2013 at 08:07 am
Paul was one of the most honest, nicest individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. HeRead More helped us numerous times, and sometimes wouldn't bill us even tho I asked him to. What a blessing and we will miss him and his smile greatly. God bless him and all his family. Ernie and Barbara Trumper
Photo Courtesy Bonham Bros. & Stewart Mortuary
Julie Thompson July 16, 2013 at 06:34 pm
Dad you will always be larger than life to me. You taught me many fun things, how to ride a horse,Read More how to ride a motorcycle, how to drive a car, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarette coupons. You taught me useful things too, how to rebuild a truck engine, how to properly take care of my animals, to always take care of your animals before you take care of yourself because they can't fend for themselves, how to shoot pool, the importance of being able to pick up your motorcycle unassisted before you can begin riding it, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarettes coupons. You also taught me valuable life lessons, how to sit on the back porch and think great thoughts, that the Discovery channel can provide valuable information, how to forgive someone you truly love even when they have hurt you the most, and how to always love your children NO MATTER WHAT!!!! As I have grown into an adult I have come to realize that you taught me my most valuable and treasured lessons in life and that my fondest and happiest memories were ALWALYS times I spent being with you. I know that it is because of you that I am the compassionate, caring, animal loving, person who unconditionally loves her husband, children and close friends. Your life's lessons are your legacy that will remain forever through me, Chris, and my children. I will continue to find comfort and cherish the thought of one day being able to give you a big hug, tell you I Love You, and see you again.
Julie Thompson July 17, 2013 at 09:31 pm
Dad you will always be larger than life to me. You taught me many fun things, how to ride a horse,Read More how to ride a motorcycle, how to drive a car, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarette coupons. You taught me useful things too, how to rebuild a truck engine, how to properly take care of my animals, to always take care of your animals before you take care of yourself because they can’t fend for themselves, how to shoot pool, the importance of being able to pick up your motorcycle unassisted before you can begin riding it, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarettes coupons. You also taught me valuable life lessons, how to sit on the back porch and think great thoughts, that the Discovery channel can provide valuable information, how to forgive someone you truly love even when they have hurt you the most, and how to always love your children NO MATTER WHAT!!!! As I have grown into an adult I have come to realize that you taught me my most valuable and treasured lessons in life and that my fondest and happiest memories were ALWALYS times I spent being with you. I know that it is because of you that I am the compassionate, caring, animal loving, person who unconditionally loves her husband, children and close friends. Your life’s lessons are your legacy that will remain forever through me, Chris, and my children. I will continue to find comfort and cherish the thought of one day being able to give you a big hug, tell you I Love You, and see you again.
Julie Thompson July 18, 2013 at 07:52 pm
Always your only little girl says: Dad you will always be larger than life to me. You taught meRead More many fun things, how to ride a horse, how to ride a motorcycle, how to drive a car, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarette coupons. You taught me useful things too, how to rebuild a truck engine, how to properly take care of my animals, to always take care of your animals before you take care of yourself because they can’t fend for themselves, how to shoot pool, the importance of being able to pick up your motorcycle unassisted before you can begin riding it, and how to play poker using Raleigh cigarettes coupons. You also taught me valuable life lessons, how to sit on the back porch and think great thoughts, that the Discovery channel can provide valuable information, how to forgive someone you truly love even when they have hurt you the most, and how to always love your children NO MATTER WHAT!!!! As I have grown into an adult I have come to realize that you taught me my most valuable and treasured lessons in life and that my fondest and happiest memories were ALWALYS times I spent being with you. I know that it is because of you that I am the compassionate, caring, animal loving, person who unconditionally loves her husband, children and close friends. Your life’s lessons are your legacy that will remain forever through me, Chris, and my children. I will continue to find comfort and cherish the thought of one day being able to give you a big hug, tell you I Love You, and see you again.
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