Ronnie Daoust Obituary, Death- Ronnie Daoust was a beloved member of the Coxsackie Hose Co. No. 3 and an active part of the community for many years. His passing is a tremendous loss. Ronnie’s life ended on [Date of Passing], and it will be impossible to fill the gap he left behind. Age-wise, he was 59.
Ronnie’s 59 years of service as a life member of Coxsackie Hose Co. No. 3 are a testament to his strength and commitment to the community. He served in many important capacities over the course of his long and distinguished career here, all of which attested to his dedication to the success of our company.
From President to Vice President to Secretary to Financial Secretary to Treasurer to Foreman to Captain of the Fire Police, he held it all. Our fire department wouldn’t be what it is now without Ronnie’s leadership, knowledge, and unwavering commitment.
Ronnie was well-liked by the community because of his kind nature and the respect he showed to everyone he met, not just his fellow firefighters. His laugh and smile provided delight to innumerable people, and his smile could light up the darkest of days. His dedication to his work and willingness to put others before himself paved the way for others to continue the organization’s mission.
On September 21, 2023, from 10:00 AM to 12:45 PM, there will be a viewing at Bradys for family and friends to pay their respects. At 1:00 PM, we will all gather at St. Mary’s to celebrate the life of Ronnie Daoust and reflect on the immeasurable impact he had on all of our lives.
The world is a darker place without Ronnie here, but his legacy will serve as a source of hope and inspiration for years to come. Donations to Coxsackie Hose Co. No. 3 in Ronnie’s memory would be greatly appreciated in lieu of flowers, as this organization was near and dear to his heart.
Please join me in honoring the life of a remarkable guy who made a significant impact on all of our lives. The memory of Ronnie Daoust and the perseverance of Coxsackie Hose Co. No. 3 will live on in perpetuity. Thank you for all the years of service you gave, Ronnie, and may you rest in peace.