Ronnie Brumfield Obituary Death – The passing of Rt. Wor. Ronnie Brumfield was brought to the notice of Castle Rock No. 334, and upon hearing the news, the members of the lodge conveyed their most sincere condolences and feelings of loss. Rt. Wor. Ronnie was one of the Lodge’s members with the longest tenure, having been a part of it for the 45 years prior to the time of this sentence. During that time, he had devotedly served the Fraternity in a number of jobs within the 41st Masonic District. During that time, he had also been a member.
In addition to that, he had been a part of the Masonic Order at that time period. In addition to this, he served as a guide and teacher to a substantial number of Masons who were just entering the fraternity in the New River Valley and beyond. His effect was felt well beyond the confines of this region. At this point, the particulars of the agreements have not been worked out to their conclusive form and are therefore subject to change. As you go about your day, we ask that you remember the Brumfield family in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts.
I am thankful to you. The repercussions of this finding for me were very devastating…Because of the support and motivation he has given me throughout my life, I decided to become a member of the Freemasons…He led the way through the west gate at Castle Rock and directed my movements as I made my way toward the east in Kentucky (Devotion 160).My University Professor, My Very Best Friend, and My Older Brother, All Rolled Into One!You won’t have to wait much longer to hear these very words voiced to you. Congratulations, you have provided me with a service that is not only trustworthy but also quite pleasant.RIP…Please accept my heartfelt condolences, and know that you are in my prayers at this difficult time.