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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Message from Pam Greenfield


 Wow, I don't even know where to begin to express my gratitude for everything you all have done for us these past few days.
From taking me out for a girls morning out to lowering the flag, to the visits, calls, and prayers,  for all the delicious food you brought over, and then setting it up for everyone to enjoy after the all has meant so much to me and my family.  
However, all that pales in comparison to the love I felt for my sweet Ron from each of you that attended Ron's service.  It was such a nice tribute for Ron and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to come.  Ron would be so pleased.

He loved this neighborhood.  Our home had been listed in the Multiple Listing Service less than a week when I saw it.  I was hoping the whole way out here that I wouldn't like it because I "thought" it was too far out.  When we walked in, I knew it was the home Ron and I had been looking for.  We often joked that I became the wife of the year that day.  Ron absolutely LOVED it here.

My title was up in a year, but precious friends let me tell you that you all have earned the title of "Best neighbors for EVER and EVER".  I don't believe there is another community like this anywhere.

Thank you so very much for the love and concern you have shown us these past 4 months.


Pam Greenfield


Monday, August 07, 2017

Ron Greenfield Funeral Service Information

“The funeral service for Ron Greenfield will be held Tuesday, August 8th at 4 pm.  It will be held at Caughman-Harman Funeral Home in Lexington, SC.  The visitation will be directly after the service.   Feel free to share for family members I’m not friends with.”

Link:  In Memory of Cpt. Ronald Barry Greenfield
In Memory of

Cpt. Ronald Barry Greenfield

September 25, 1945 - August 5, 2017

Cpt. Ronald Barry Greenfield

GILBERT – Memorial Service for Cpt. Ronald B. Greenfield, 71, US Army (Ret.), a Veteran of the Vietnam War will be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. at Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Lexington Chapel with visitation immediately following the service. Burial will be at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The American Cancer Society . Mr. Greenfield was Officer Candidate School Class of 1967, Helicopter Pilot for the US Army, Purple Heart Recipient, and Operations Manager at Ameritech. In 2007, he received the Outstanding Disabled Employee of the Year Award from The Department of Defense Chief Post Commander (2016-2017) at VFW Post 8738. His last duty assignment was, Chief of Staff for the 24th Special Tactics Squadron in Fort Bragg. A true patriot who loved and served his country admirably. He was a much sought after key note speaker for his passion and belief that, "God Has a Plan." He was an aviation and car enthusiast.
Surviving are his wife, Pamela Rice Tronco Greenfield Gilbert, South Carolina, parents, both deceased Homer and Nellie Greenfield; siblings: Ted (Glenda) Greenfield O'Fallon, IL, Timothy (Pamela) Greenfield Troy, IL, Linda (Linus) Marti Greenville, IL, Jane (James) Kelly Washington, MO;
Children, Ron (Barb) Greenfield Palm Harbor, IL, Gina (Chris) Hartman Rockford, IL, Becky (Julio) Carrasco Manhattan, IL, Andy Greenfield Greeneville, TN, Max Greenfield Greeneville, TN, Zach Tronco Charleston, SC, Josh (Jessica) Tronco Lexington, SC, Tony Tronco Charleston, SC, Terri Tronco (Greg) Cupstid Lexington, SC; grandchildren, Kaylee (Steve) Barkoski, Kyle and Kiana Greenfield, Austin, Allison and Payton Hartman, Cory, Collin, and Caden Carrasco and Ron's Beloved Fur Babies: Maggie, Bella and Gracie.

Saturday, August 05, 2017

Ron Greenfield 8-5-2017

Today, 11:39 AM