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Ronnie W.

March 26, 1975 – February 2, 2021

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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home
"Ronnie you will always be loved and truly missed"
— Lawauna DeLoach
"Ronnie was so kind and sweet. He was my go-to parent on the sidelines of any activity when Marcus and Rutesh were young. He made me laugh,..."
— Sheila Jaswal
"Ronnie was such a heart centered guy, he gave such a warmth kindness and generosity of spirit to everyone who was lucky enough to know him...."
— Leah, Jim, Amrita & Sita
"Ronnie, you will be missed! You are leaving us with lots of joyful memories. I pray that your passing/crossing will be full of bliss -..."
— Jim Rutter
"Blessings and comfort to his family and friends"
— Danielle T
"He was a great Team Member, I connected with him on several occasions on Call. He was a very good person always provided help."
— Ankit Kushwaha
"Ronnie, our lives and families crossed paths for several years and you left a lasting impression on me during that time. I will always remember..."
— Nataly Petrovic (Cohen)
"Love you cuz. I can still remember the night you popped up on me like let's ride. We had a good night that night. Or those party nights..."
— Charles Allen
"What a gentle giant. You will be truly missed. Gone to soon we love and miss you. Uncle Bay and Aunt Lisa"
— Ernest Gilmore

Obituary for Ronnie W. Gilmore

Loving Partner, Father, Brother, Friend

Ronnie W. Gilmore, age 45, of Pelham, NH, passed away unexpectedly on February 2, 2021 at his home.

Born in Boston, MA on March 26, 1975, Ronnie was the son of Christy (Gilmore) Grossman and William Glass. He grew up in Dorchester, MA and graduated from Boston Public Schools. For the past 15 years, Ronnie was an employee of Kronos UKG in Lowell, MA, where he met and befriended many.

Ronnie loved all sports. While growing up, he enjoyed going to Celtics games, and as a Dad, coached his son in basketball and soccer with great passion. He enjoyed quality time watching nightly TV shows with Marcus. He was a super fan of the WWE, and recruited as many fans as possible.

A geek for all things electronic, Ronnie could help with anything related. He enjoyed a good BBQ, and requested his mom's Thanksgiving Dinner whenever he had the chance. Ronnie searched to find the coldest beer around and couldn’t wait to try out his new beer thermometer. His love for dogs carried with him throughout his life, and he left behind two beloved canines, Peanut and Denzel. He spent many weekends away in Maine and had hoped to have a summer house there some day.

He was a fun, sincere, gentle, kind, caring person with the ability to make you smile while sharing a story, and always listened to yours with deep interest. If you were lucky enough to know Ronnie during his all too short time here, you also knew the great gift of his love. Most of all, he enjoyed spending precious time with his son Marcus, and the many lifelong, devoted family and friends around him.

Ronnie is survived by a son, Marcus Gilmore of Pelham, NH, his best friend and love, Danielle Bourassa of Pelham, NH, mother and stepfather, Christy and Jonathan Grossman of Lowell, father, William Glass of Braintree, brothers, Lawrence Gilmore of Lowell, Michael Petitfrere of Weymouth, William Glass of Boston and James Glass of Boston, his sisters, Andria Grossman of Lowell, Rashida Williams of Washington DC, and Tanya Williams of North Carolina, nieces and nephews, Malika, Jamahl, Lawrence Jr., Jasmine, and Elijiah, many aunts, uncles and cousins, and his former spouse, Debbie Gilmore. He is also survived by the Bourassa family, all of whom loved and cherished him greatly. He was predeceased by his grandmothers, Tina Gilmore and Meryl Cohen.

Friends are invited to a walk-through visitation at the Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home, 122 Princeton Blvd., Lowell, on Monday from 5 to 7 p.m.

For the safety of all, Ronnie’s Funeral Service will be live streamed on Tuesday at 11 a.m. To view his service, click on the Photos and Webcasts Tab at 10:55 a.m. Once COVID restrictions are lifted, a Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held remembering Ronnie the way he would have wanted - everyone together, laughing, joking and dancing.


When Monday, February 8, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home
122 Princeton Boulevard
Lowell, MA 01851
Additional Information Face coverings and social distancing respectfully required..

Service Information

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 11:00am
Address not given
The family invites you to view Ronnie's service from the safety of your internet device. Please select the Photos and Webcasts tab above at 10:55 a.m.

Interment Information

Interment is private.
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