Obituary – Ronald Stinchfield

On Monday February 29, 2016, the Lord brought Ronald Stinchfield home to Heaven after a courageous battle with a brain tumor. Ron was a devoted servant to our Lord, Jesus Christ, and a faithful member of Gayton Baptist Church. During his final weeks, Ron sought to bring comfort to his family even in his greatest hour of need. He knew that he was going to Heaven and he wanted to let his family know that his heart and spirit were right with the Lord. As the Lord took him home, he was surrounded by Jan, his wife of 28 years, his son Guy, his son Cole, and his daughter Caroline, as well as his beloved boxer and canine buddy, Bella. Ron is also survived by his sister, Jill Priestino and as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Ron now joins his mom, Miriam Simpson Stinchfield and his dad, Guy Eastman Stinchfield as well as his son Braxton, in their Heavenly home.

Ron was born in Washington D.C. but spent his entire life here in Richmond. He was very successful in the business world and so many of his friends were the result of years of trust developed through his business. Ron was an incredible dad, husband, brother, son and friend. The greatest joy in Ron’s life was being the steadfast husband and father his family knew him to be. Everything he did centered on his family and making sure they were always cared for and as he left this world, he had peace in his heart knowing they could move forward with the love of the Lord and the support of family and friends. We miss your playful spirit and your wonderful sense of humor that could always make us laugh. We miss you Ron, but we give praise to the Lord for the blessings He gave us through your life and continues to give us each and every day. We love you dearly. A service to remember Ron will be held Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Gayton Baptist Church, 13501 N. Gayton Road, Henrico, Virginia 23233 at 2:00 p.m. The family will receive friends from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday March 4, 2016 at the West Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 West Broad Street. We would like to ask that any donations in memory of Ron be given to Gayton Baptist Church. The Gayton church family has deeply blessed us and Ron would want those blessings returned to the Lord through them.
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