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BRIGHT,Ronnie Lee
BRIGHT, Ronnie Lee born on April 27, 1938 to Lester and Pauline Bright in Des Moines, Iowa. He went home to the lord on June 1, 2017. He graduated from Antelope Valley High School in 1956, where he was an accomplished trumpet player and was proud to have marched in the Rose Bowl Parade. Ronnie is survived by his wife Anna (Williams) Bright. He is also survived by his second wife Barbara (Hibbard) Henneke, and their 2 children Jack Bright his wife Kimberley (Kahler) and Ronda (Bright) and her husband Tony Rhodes as well as his stepchildren Ed and his wife Diane Roberts and Cheryl and her husband Tim Peel. He is also survived by his first wife Jeanette (Smith) Bright and their 2 children Ricky Bright and Tammy Bright. Also 15 loving grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren and his deceased sister Delores Shaffstall as well as many nieces and nephews. Ronnie followed in his fathers footsteps into the construction industry. He and his son Jack founded Bright Lath & Plaster. Ronnie also was a poultry farmer for Zacky Farms operating 4 ranches, many knew him as "feathers". Later in life he planted one of the largest cherry orchards in southern California on his Leona Valley Ranch, known as Bright Ranch. Ronnie loved to throw horseshoes as a rare left-hander champion, boating, fishing, automobiles, antiques, poker and livestock. Ronnie will also be remembered for helping others and deep compassion for his animals. Ronnie will be missed and was loved by many. Funeral services will be held at Mumaw Funeral Home in Lancaster on June 10, at 10am, procession to follow to Lancaster Cemetery where he will be laid to rest. Services will be conducted by Vern Beazel. As Ronnie used to say "Until we talk again".

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