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Ronnie Dale Hays

August 14, 1957 ~ May 15, 2022 (age 64)

Obituary

Ronnie Dale Hays 64,  was born on August 14, 1957 in Bowling Green KY and he left this world on Sunday May 15-2022 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington KY. Mr. Hays went to join his father,  Homer Leon Hays and his two brothers, Roger DeWayne Hays and Rickie Leon Hays in heaven. Mr. Hays leaves behind his wonderful mother Shirley Jean Goad Hays.

Mr. Hays enjoyed serving for eight years in the Department of the United States Navy as a chef on the vessel Mayport. As Mr. Hays went on with his life, he moved to Andros Island Bahamas and started working for G.E. Mr. Hays spent many years there with his companion, his beloved dog Bonehead. Mr. Hays also enjoyed going to NASCAR races and watching them on the tv with his family and friends.

Besides his mother, Mr. Hays is survived by a sister, Renee Hays of Bowling Greenand a brother, Robin Hays (Missy) of Bowling Green; two nephews, Hunter Layne DeWayne Hays of Bowling Green and Colton Alan Turner (Lauren) also of Bowling Green; two nieces, Heather Ann Hays Griffin (Michael) of Bowling Green and Amber Camille Hays of Avon, Indiana as well as many life long friends.

The family asks that everyone remember Mr. Hays the way he was. Mr. Hays wishes were to be cremated and placed in the Veterans Wall at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery in Hopkinsville KY with Veterans honors. Cone Funeral Home (1510 Campbell Lane) in charge of arrangements.

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