Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Myron E. Ranelin, III

Myron E. Ranelin, III age 55 of Orlando passed away on Friday, June 1st 2012.  Myron was born in Steubenville, Ohio the son of Betty (Peterson) and the late Myron Ranelin, Jr.  He was employed as an artist in the entertainment industry.  Myron leaves to cherish his memory, mother Betty Ranelin of Orlando; son Charles Standifer of Gary, Indiana; two sisters Janine Lee of Orlando, Deidra Barker of Atlanta, Georgia; nieces Jerica and Jasmine Lee and Mia Barker all of Orlando; and nephew Donovan Barker of Atlanta, Georgia.

The family will be receiving friends on Saturday, June 9th, 2012 from 11:00a until 12:00p, followed by the funeral service at 12:00p at Dobbs Funeral Home with Pastor Joe Reeves officiating.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

he will be greatly missed. I worked with him at universal and it was an absolute shock to hear of his passing. I bonded with him over the arts and the delicious ice pop :-) his skills as an artist were remarkable and truelly a talent to look up to. May he rest in peace.
-Jennifer Arnold

Anonymous said...

Truly a wonderful man....I worked with him as well n he always had a smile on his face he will be missed rip :-(

Anonymous said...

So sorry for the passing of Myron. May the resurrection hope promised by Jesus bring you hope. John 5:28-29

Gabriel Seguy said...

This man was truly a marvel to work with. Its going to be sad not seeing him in "Jurassic Park" anymore. I will always remember kickin with him on our downtime at work. We all miss you man. You sir are truly worthy of a seat in the Great Hall in the sky to feast alongside the Gods. Rest In Peace buddy.
-Gabriel Seguy.

keith olander said...

I knew Myron from work though i was not able to be at the funeral i did watch the live feed. I will miss his gentle humor and words of wisdom he always had for me.

keith steward said...

... as tha sweet spirit flows,twix here to eternity,see you again soon my brother,much love,my friend as those smilin' eyeze rest upon tha roll redd roll...

K. Steven Green said...

Shocked I did not know sent him a message on Facebook no response. It took me here I worked with him back in Steubenville at the mall. I would have loved to speak with him.