Hubert- USMC MSgt (Retired) Ronald Gilman Iacovone, 76, passed away Monday, January 8, 2018 at his home in the company of his family. He was born June 22, 1941 in Providence, RI son of the late, Antonio Sabatino and Muriel Williams Iacovone.
A private service will be held at a later date.
Ronald faithfully served his country for 22 years in the USMC and retired with the rank of MSgt.
He is survived by wife, Tanya Iacovone; sons, David (Susan) McWatters, Randy McWatters, Brian (Mija) McWatters, Allan (Lisa) Iacovone, and Anthony (Debbie) Iacovone; daughters, Angel (Walt) Mohney and Linda Andrews; brother, Anthony Iacovone; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He will be missed by many, forgotten by none.
He was preceded in death by sister Anna Collins.
“Good Night Irene”
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the hospice or the humane society of your choice.
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You look so handsome in your uniform. That is how I will always remember you. I wish we spent more time together but I know we will meet up again some day. Love you Uncle Ronnie, Debbie and Teddy
Submitted by Ted and Debbie (Iacovone) Muldoon on Jan 15 2018 07:12:16 AM
Heaven has gained a wonderful person. We always enjoyed seeing Mr. Iacovone(who was so impressed that we actually got his name right the first time we met him). What a great man!
Mrs. Tanya and family, you are all on my prayers and thoughts and know that we grieve with you. Mrs. Tanya, he was lucky to have you by his side.
Submitted by Tammy Watson--CIM(Cape Carteret) on Jan 12 2018 12:24:24 PM
Hello, are you there. Can you see me? I'm down here. I wasn't ready, but I understand. You have things to do, that only you can. I will miss you more than words can say.But I will see you again, one day. Until that time, I will look for you. I can see you, in all the things I do. I will find when my time is through. Always know, I love you.
I love you dad
Submitted by Angel Mohney on Jan 12 2018 09:06:23 AM
I will miss our talks Uncle Ronnie. Sleep in peace.
Love your niece Kathy
Submitted by Kathy D on Jan 11 2018 07:58:10 PM
Christy Crumpler lit a candle for Ronald G. Iacovone USMC MSgt (Retired)
Christy Crumpler lit a candle on Jan 10 2018 07:11:36 PM
I am so sorry for your lose. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.
Submitted by lisa morton on Jan 9 2018 05:26:52 PM
So sorry for your loss.
Submitted by wrench and donna on Jan 9 2018 05:19:58 PM
Claudia, I am so sorry for your loss. Enjoyed and will always remember our conversations about up North and food, especially Mancinis bread. What a great guy. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts.
Barbara Holzapfel, Coleman Radiation Oncology
Submitted by Barbara Holzapfel on Jan 9 2018 04:32:52 PM
BARBARA HOLZAPFEL lit a candle for Ronald G. Iacovone USMC MSgt (Retired)
BARBARA HOLZAPFEL lit a candle on Jan 9 2018 04:31:57 PM
So sorry for your loss. What can we do at times like these, but submit all our cares to "the God of all comfort".(2 Corinthian 1:3,4) Revelation 21:3,4 says soon death will be no more! What a marvelous promise from God! Until then, we pray for comfort for your family.
Submitted by Claudia Williams on Jan 9 2018 03:10:11 PM
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