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7971 Riviera Blvd
Suite 110
Miramar, FL 33023
Phone: (954) 639-7451
Fax: (866) 545-8576
Ronald Wright

Ronald Joe Wright

Wednesday, December 9th, 1953 - Monday, November 25th, 2019
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Army Veteran Wright, Ronald Joe, an passed peacefully in Miami, Florida on November 25th, 2019. Ronald Wright will be deeply missed by son Leslee, other family members and host of friends.

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Roy Wasson

Posted at 08:45am
Joe was a dear friend to many in his downtown Miami community. He was an avid reader, sharing books with others and enjoying westerns, adventure novels, and "anything but religion or politics." A combat-wounded veteran, Joe was proud of his honorable Army service. He worked as a parking lot assistant near the stretch of sidewalk where he lived, after being forced out of the quarters he had in the parking garage where many lawyers and other business leaders in the community parked. Joe was the unofficial security guard for the neighborhood, making sure that our cars were safe from break-ins. Soon after he died, 24 cars were vandalized because he was no longer around to protect them. He loved to talk about his family's ranch in Colorado and was very proud of his children. Joe will be missed.
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Gabriel Corzo

Posted at 03:15pm
I knew Joe for the last 7 years that I've been working at a law firm in downtown. Joe would stay right across the street and i got to know him during that time. He told me about serving our country and being shot (multiple times) during his service, about his family which he got to visit just a couple years ago, how he was a certified mechanic, and many other stories he shared. I would try to help him out whenever I could with a few dollars or food and clothes, althout he NEVER asked for anything. Most of the time he would share it with his friends as he would say he was ok. Joe fought through several bouts with cancer and I admired his strength. He was always kind to others and would always try to help other people when they needed it. I have the utmost respect for him and appreciate him and the short time I got to know him. A true American and great person who slipped through the cracks of our society. He will be missed by many including myself. Salute Joe! Until we meet again. God Bless....
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JUAN TORRES

Posted at 02:59pm
Joe, as he liked to be called, was my friend for 10 years in Miami. I learned a lot from him during this time. He was knowledgeable in many areas as he loved to read anything he grabbed. He was a US Marine, POW in Vietnam, helicopter pilot, sniper, auto mechanic, heavy equipment operator, welder, plumber, A/C technician, and a high tension power line technician, among other things. I can say that I consider myself lucky having found Joe in my life. I could go on sharing my memories with him but the one that I will remember the most is his willingness to help others in any way he could either by sharing his food, his knowledge, or helping someone change a flat tire. If I needed help of any kind I knew I could count on him. I miss him everyday. Rest in peace my friend.
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