Biography: Ronnie Gardner, age 28, was born in the Bronx, New York died April 13, 2018.
Ronnie was born October 7, 1989 in the Bronx, New York. He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosa Gardner.
Ronnie was a special soul. Everyone that met him loved him. He was always there when you needed him. He made sure everyone he loved knew just how much he loved them. He wore his heart on his sleeve, he was a shining star. Whenever Ronnie was around, it was never a dull moment. Ronnie was very ambitious and very sure of himself. Anything he wanted, he went out and got it; anything he said he was going to do, he did with no contradiction with him. Ronnie stayed true to himself no matter what anyone had to say. He was a genuine person, always had people’s best interest at heart. You would never have to second guess him.
Ronnie had many accomplishments growing up. He was in the Boy Scouts, where he attended and graduated, he won many trophies from being on the bowling team, he volunteered at the Nursing Home reading books to the elderly. Ronnie loved playing basketball; he was on the high school team, where he obtained his high school diploma. Shortly after that, he began to work as a Security Guard. He later on, he started to pursue his nursing career as a Nurse’s Aide.
Ronnie enjoyed the finer things in life. He loved to travel. He’s been to Morocco, Paris, California, Massachusetts, South Carolina and Disney World, just to name a few. Ronnie loved spending time with his family and friends. He was a big foodie. He loved trying different food from all cultures. Even though it was not a long time spent on earth, he left behind nothing but sweet memories. Everyone has a different story with Ronnie but it’s always the same ending, nothing but joy, laughter and happiness. Everyone that met Ronnie, loved him instantly. He was your light in the dark. His wild, bright, caring, loving, adventurous, spontaneous, beautiful, outspoken, determined, strong, smart, handsome, warm, sweet soul will truly be missed and his soul will continue to live through his loved ones.
Ronnie is survived by: his sisters, Paige Gardner, Shana Bing and Sarah Bing; his brothers, Steven Gardner, Jason Bing, Alphonse Bradley, Jr., Jaimee Bing, Lindell Bing; his father, Nathaniel Chiverton; biological mother, Susan Bing and biological father, Alphonse Bradley; along with a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins and friends.
Ronnie, you will truly be missed. You really was Heaven on Earth for many people and you shall live through us all, we love you.