Ronnie Hetu
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This memorial website was created in the memory of my son Ronnie Hetu who was born in Attleboro Ma. on April 25, 1983 and passed away on June 04, 2004 at the age of 21. We will remember him forever. Ronnie loved sports, especially the Red Sox.Unfortunately Ronnie never got to see the Red Sox win the World Series. Ronnie loved to skateboard and play the guitar.


Please light a candle for Ronnie....He watches over  us...                            
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Family Tree
Tributes and Condolences
Missing him always   / Andrea Smith (Friend / ex-girlfriend )
Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him in some way. There’s so many things I wish I had done differently back then but I know it’s pointl to think of all the what if’s. All I know is he was truly one of the most amazing people I have had the pl...  Continue >>
Seasons  / Mom
Its that special time of year for many gifts and songs and wonder are plenty Colors bright and life anew Holiday cheer and friendship true Yet for some, the pain of sorrow and Not knowing what will come tomorrow In the wake of mourning an chil...  Continue >>
Beautiful tribute   / Elaine
Thanks so much for sharing your memories of Ronnie with us all.  You have done a wonderful tribute to him.
Elaine (Brynn's mom)
beautiful tribute to Ronnie   / Cindy Sutton
Dear Karen, family and friends of Ronnie,

What a handsome young man and I know that he is terribly missed.  Ronnie reminds me so much of my son Michael, who passed away at age 21 on feb. 9th, 2002.  I'll bet they are together in ...  Continue >>
I am trying to look away from the closed door..I dont kow if I will evr be able to..   / Mom
   When one door closes, another opens. But we often look so regretfully upon the closed door that we don't see the one that has opened for us. - Alexander Graham Bell
Gods Garden  / Mom     Read >>
In my dreams  / Mom     Read >>
I am so sorry...  / Ellen-Travis's Mom (Griefnet)    Read >>
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His legacy
12 years today...  
Shannon L. Alder “Sometimes the best and worst times of your life can coincide. It is a talent of the soul to discover the joy in pain—-thinking of moments you long for, and knowing you’ll never have them again. The beautiful ghosts of our past haunt us, and yet we still can’t decide if the pain they caused us out weighs the tender moments when they touched our soul. This is the irony of love.” ― Shannon L. Alder
During your short 21 years on this earth......  
During your short time here on this earth you touched so many lives.  Your family misses you so much and we look for signs from you all the time and see them.  I can remember you as a young boy with your blond hair.  Your were such a cute boy.   As you grew up you did all of the things boys do baseball soccer basketball skateboard and I am sure other sports I cant remember right now.The Red Sox were a big part of your teenage years along with skateboarding. Looking at the videos of you skateboarding I can see how hard you worked at it to be the best you could be at it.  You made so many friends that miss you still and I think of the day you would have made a great Dad.  Torrey misses you and looking in the scrapbook of your life not too long ago he was reading one of the poems I had put in it I looked up to see the tears falling and I had to tell him to turn the page that he didnt need to finish reading it.  He was 3 1/2  when you went to heaven and he is now 8 1/2 and still missing you.... We all will miss you all of the days of our lives here on earth...
Words written by William Wadsworth  

" I loved the boy with the utmost love of which my soul is capable and he is taken from me....yet in the agony of my spirit in surrendering such a treasure, I feel a thousand times richer than if I had never possessed it."


Ronnie's Photo Album
Ronnies first year
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