Ronald H. Cardoza

1938 ∼ 2021

Peter Maderos of Manteca, CA wrote:

Anyone who has a God-fearing father, one who has consistently set a Christian example before me and my family, can count himself blessed above most people. When I kneel down to pray, I always thank God for giving me a father like you. Until we meet again, Dad, I will miss you dearly. Peter <><

Jim&Dee; Benner of Sun City Center-Floria wrote:

Ron was a great man. He was caring, loving and a wonderful Christian man. We knew Ron for several years. He was a very good friend we had so many good times together socializing and going out to eat. He was Jim’s Buddy. You could search the world over and never find a better friend.No more pain and suffering. He is at home with our Lord Jesus Christ.You will be missed terribly. Till we meet again my friend ❤️

priscilla peluso of citrus heights, california wrote:

Ron is now in the "rest" only GOD can give to faithful and trusted believers obedient and generous-- pleasing Jesus by faith with love. Ron was generous to me at my hour of need. Forward; now into PEACE Ron! We will see you "There". Priscilla

Becky Ellis of Manteca, CA wrote:

I was lucky enough to meet Ron because he is my brother-in-law Peter Maderos father. Ron was the type of man who would give his shirt off his back to anyone who needed it. He was a kind, generous, strong and prideful man. I loved listening to his stories and now I am lucky enough to have his music playlist to play, as Ron loved all types of music and also loved to dance. So Ron dance dance dance you are in a much better place than we are and the music is angelic. You will be so missed here, love you, Becky Ellis

Ashley Marie Maderos of Irvine, CA wrote:

Love you forever grandpa ❤️

kristen a dunne of Brandon fl wrote:

My sincere condolences to the family. I am blessed to have spent the last 13 years in your life. You were a kind, caring, and generous man who always put his friends and family first. Thank you for being there for me and my mother Ina Cardozo. You will be missed xo

Jean and Norman Bradley of Plymouth wrote:

Catherine and family: So sorry for your loss. I know he was a wonderful Dad and mentor to you. Trust he is always with you. Just another Angel in Heaven. Hugs. Jean and Norm

Carrie Maderos of Manteca, CA wrote:

What a blessing it is to have a Father that is a man of great faith! I cherish our times of prayer together and discussions about our Lord and Savior. Dad has left a beautiful legacy to his family. He was a perfect example of generosity, faith and love. I look forward to the time when we can all be together again in the presence of our Lord and Savior. What a reunion that will be. Love you Dad, Carrie <><

Lynn Spinola of Onset wrote:

Condolences & prayers to Ron’s family, may all your cherished memories get you thru this difficult time

Eleanor Leonard of Randolph wrote:

Ina, Rod, Cathy, Peter and family, may the peace and comfort of the Good Lord surround you all at this time of sadness.

Peace Jr. and Debra Foxx of Smithfield, Virginia wrote:

We extend our love to Ina, Rod, Cathy and Peter; sister Marie Kristen and the entire Cardoza family. "but Christ was faithful as a Son over His house whose house we are, if we hold fast our confidence and the boast of our hope firm until the end." Hebrews 3:6 God bless you all.

Erika C. of Assonet MA wrote:

Ronnie, I didnt get a chance to let you know that you and your wife Ina helped me quite a bit with your kind words and supportive outlook the day I met you both. A heart, spirit, and kindness to attentively listen and care for others, are precious in this world.You will be missed by many,but welcomed into the loving and peaceful arms of our lord, in the kingdom of heaven,to watch over those who still need you here on earth. May all those heavy of heart by your passing be comforted with every warm ray of sunshine and take a measure of comfort in the knowledge that the loss of a loved one is not the end of their presence in our lives, but a transformation into a greater existance surrounded by gods everlasting love.

Jeff Thorne of California wrote:

Uncle Ron, you'll forever be remembered in California as the uncle who gave me the best set of Mattel Hot Wheels cars ever... truth! Rest in peace uncle.

Dawn Blake Souz of Avondale AZ wrote:

Zack and I were so very sad to read about Ron. We will always remember him as a kind, easy-going gentleman. We know how much Ina will miss him.