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Ronald R. Drouin

July 16, 1937 - February 28, 2013

Palm Bay, Florida

Ronald R. Drouin, 75, died on February 28, 2013 after a lengthy illness.

Born in Lewiston ME, he retired to Palm Bay FL 17 years ago.

His family includes his wife of nearly 50 years, Karen A. (Sharameta) Drouin, brother, J.A. Richard Drouin of Hogansville GA; nieces, Debra Drouin, Elaine Drouin and Linda Howard; and his nephew, David Drouin.

He was a beloved "Pepere" to Jamie Lynn Cross, and to her parents, Jim and Melinda Cross of Melbourne; and to Cameron J. Quinn and Gavin E. Quinn, and their parents, Rob and Cassie Quinn of Palm Bay, to whom he was devoted.

He was preceded in death by his son, Paul C. Drouin in 1986.

He served in the US Air Force from 1954-1958 as a Munitions Specialist, stationed in Japan and Limestone, ME.

He worked as a Hand-Sewer in Maine and in later years as a Hotel Maintenance Man in Florida.

He was active in the Moose Lodge for many years, and more recently was a member of the Palm Bay V-Cops.

He enjoyed Golf and Fishing.

Ronald R. Drouin

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