The clock of life is wound but once, and no man has the power to tell just when the hand will stop at late or early hour.The Lord has decided to take precious gift to join him by his side.
Mr. Ronald Demetrius Gipson was born on February 18, 1964 in Brooklyn, NY to Buelah Mae Gipson and the late William (Bill) Gipson.
Ronald graduated from George Westinghouse High School in Brooklyn, N. Y. in 1985. He continued his education by getting an Associate Degree at Ultimate Academy Studies as a Medical Coding Associate.
Ronald joined Freewill UME Church in Thomasville, North Carolina at an early age. He was an active and faithful member. Ronald was a member of the Men of Faith, served on the Trustee Board and faitfully served as an Usher of the church.
Ronald was very active in various positions in his lifetime. He was employed for 5 years with Verizon Telephone Company. Knowing he wanted to expand his horizons he moved to High Point, North Carolina and worked for several companies including, Food Lion, Sears, Thomasville Furniture and Harris Teeter.
He quietly departed this life on Saturday, November 28, 2020 at 1:30AM at High Point Regional Medical Center in High Point, North Carolina.
Ronald leaves to cherish his precious memories, two sons, Gerald Xavier Gipson and Nicholas Anthony Gipson, both of High Point, NC; one daughter, Ashley Daniella Little of High Point, NC; his mother, Buelah Gipson of Manning, SC; three brothers, Bill (Lucretia) Gipson, III of Willingboro, NJ, Anthony Gipson of Manning, SC and Antwon (Joanne) Gipson of Westwood, NJ; a beloved friend and ex-wife, Alisa Gilmore-Gipson of High Point, NC; nine aunts, Ersie (Leroy) Blackwell of Brooklyn, NY, Louise (Morris) Thompson of High Point, NC, Julia (Jacob) Andrews of Little Elme, TX, Susie Mae (Walter) Oree of Bronx, NY, Herline Alston of Jacksonville, FL, Carolyn Bennett of Richmond, VA, Daisy McFadden of Baltimore, MD, Elizabeth McFadden and Daisy Guess, both of Sumter, SC; two uncle, Thomas Lee (Gloria) Gipson of West Haven, CT and Gerald Turner of Bronx, NY; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, church family and friend.
God saw the road was getting long
The hills were hard to climb
He gently closed his weary eyes and
Whispered “Peace Be Thine”
His days of toil, his nights of pain
His weary hours are past,
His patient, worn, tired frame has found sweet rest at last.
By the Family and Children
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