Ronald Lee Moody

May 8, 1955 - September 27, 2016
Ronald Lee Moody

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Moody, Ronald Lee, 61, of Holiday, passed away on September 27, 2016 at the Regional Medical Center of Bayonet Point surrounded by loving family. Ronald was born on May 8, 1955 in New Port Richey, Florida. He was the son of John Moody and Ruth Ann Wallace. Ronald was married to Karen (Gruber) on November 4, 1989, in Hudson, Florida; they were married for a wonderful 27 years.

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Ronald worked on and off throughout the years drilling water wells, starting at a young age with the family business and then other local companies. Ronald’s passion was drilling wells but unfortunately over time jobs became scarce. He later went on to work as a custodian for Anclote High School starting in 2009. He enjoyed fishing with his brother, father, and grandsons, spending time with his family, and helping others in the community where he lived and also at the TAT Clubhouse.


Ronald is lovingly remembered by his wife Karen of Holiday; his daughter, Christina Hunter; his 2 grandchildren, Jack and Alex; his parents, John and Ruth Ann; his brother, Joseph (Jackie); his niece and nephew, Travis and Lucy; and the rest of his family and friends. Ronald was predeceased 3 years ago by his truly loved Yorkie dog named Smokey.

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The family of Ronald Moody wishes to thank the staff at the Regional Medical Center of Bayonet Point SICU for their diligent care and compassion for Ronald and his family and the many people from Anclote High School who cared deeply for Ronald.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home. Burial will be held on a later date in October at the Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens in New Port Richey, Florida. Please check back to our website for details.
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