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Ronald Perrault

July 13, 1951 - April 12, 2020


Boulger Funeral Home

Ronald Perrault

July 13, 1951 - April 12, 2020



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9 responses to “Ronald A. Perrault”

  1. Lexi Christensen says:

    Ron was such a joy to be around. He never failed to make me smile. He will be missed greatly. ❤️

  2. Daniel Villanueva says:

    uncle-rest in peace.I hope to see you someday again .You were a good man and I looked up to you.

  3. David L. Tritchler says:

    I worked with Ron at Crystal Sugar and we used to hangout after shifts. We had a lot of good times together. He was a great human being fun to be around.

  4. Asya Nelson says:

    Ron, your genuine heart and kind personality reflected tremendously. I’m blessed and thankful to have had the opportunity to get to know you and most importantly help in taking care of you. Rest easy buddy ❤️

  5. Dawn Mickelson Sparks says:

    So sorry to hear of Ron’s passing!! Cared for him in his home for 5 yrs before he left Fargo. He was a joy to see EVERY morning at 5-6 am!! His wittiness and sarcasm good spirits are carried with me still!!
    God bless and be with you all!! So glad I was privileged to know and care for Ron as long as I was able!!

    Rest In Peace!!!

  6. Howard Lamb says:

    I had the joy of working with Ron at American Crystal Sugar Company , there were a few of us that hung out
    together but will always remember the fun we had back in the days. your pain is gone Ron now you can catch up with the ones that have left us Ill meet you one the other side Rest in Peace my friend.

  7. Monica Perrault says:

    I’ll miss you’re loving smile & everything else. All my love

  8. Tom Stromme says:

    My memory of Ronald is from our days at St. Anthony’s Grade School in Fargo in the 1960’s. It’s been so long and my memory is foggy but I do remember we parked our bikes next to each other and were in the same grade. He was always a good guy and I considered him a friend.

  9. Angie Overby says:

    I am so very sorry!! My friend, Kristi and I took care of him at Luther Memorial Home in Mayville for the time he was there. We loved him, and were broken hearted when we were told by the nurses at LMH YEARS ago that he had passed away in a nursing home “somewhere”. Ron, please know that we loved you, thought of you often, and wished that we could’ve spent more time with you. Till we meet again someday……..Roo (Kristi Parrish) and Penguin (me…Angie Overby) sending love and prayers to your family!!!!!!!

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