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Ronnie Steven Swisher

Ronnie Steven Swisher passed away on Friday February 4th.

He was preceeded in death by his mother Lori Swisher. 

Survived by his children Aliyah and Kaitlynn Swisher and their mother Carolyn Reed. 

His father Steven Swisher. Brothers Chris Bright (Rachel) Cori Green (Gabrielle) and Tristan Swisher. Nephews Devlin Bright, Kayson Bright, Scott Bright, and Malakai Green. 

Paternal grandmother Jean Swisher as well as many Aunts, Uncles and extended family and friends. 

Ronnie loved his daughters, enjoyed the lake, dirt bikes and mechanics. He had a big heart and wanted the best for everyone. His desire to help others will live on through Life Share Carolinas. 

He was loved by all and will be greatly missed.

Services will be announced at a later date.

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A candle was lit in memory of Ronnie Swisher

Crystal Fann Feb 14 2022 11:48 PM

Ronnie, you will be forever remembered with love and missed by all.
Ronnies laugh was contagious an unforgettable!
He was quick witted & bright which always put a smile on your face.
We grew up together and I loved babysitting you, Cori and Tristan.
I'll hold close sweet memories of you running through the big White House playing hide n seek inside. You would invisibly duck off around the small corner of the family room or stairwell landing n jump out with perfect timing, Cori & Tristan too; I'd scream and you would laugh. I can't count the number of times. Playing hard in the field well after dark. Camping & swimming out in the back yard. Playing football, Fishing under the bridge, cold river swims, Everyone happy and Mariah Carry was playing til it skipped on the CD player and fires at dark. Those memories are you, and I will share them fondly with your daughters one day.
All my love

Crystal Bevin Fann Feb 14 2022 11:42 PM

Blessings be upon his family. Remember him playing at his house when he was a little boy growing up in Tuckasegee.

Cherrie Moses Feb 11 2022 5:13 PM