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Ronald Charles Brewer

08/09/1940 - 07/21/2021
Service Date: 07/27/2021
Service Time: 11:00 am
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 21915 E. Cloud Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Visitation Date: 07/27/2021
Visitation Time: 10:00 am
Visitation Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 21915 E. Cloud Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Interment: Snowflake National Cemetery

Ronald (Ronnie) Charles Brewer, age 80, graduated this life to be with family and friends on the other side of the veil on Wednesday morning, July 21, 2021 in his home in Queen Creek, Az. Ronnie was born in Snowflake, AZ on August 9, 1940, to Lee and Irene Brewer. He was the 3rd child of nine and grew up in a hard working logging family. He enjoyed growing up in Pinedale and Snowflake with his brothers and sisters.

In High School, Ronnie was class Student Body President as a Senior. He loved athletics and played on the football team, basketball team and baseball team. He attended ASU, and EAU. He loved playing ”ball” and had many stories to tell about those days. Ronnie served a Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in the Houston Texas Mission and continued to serve in any calling he was asked.

Ronnie married Carma Anne McCleve on December 20, 1969, in the Mesa Temple. They raised four wonderful children together, Bryan, Aaron, Veronica and Jennifer. He was the Grandpa to twelve Grandchildren. He absolutely loved his grandbabies and was the best babysitter. Ronnie is survived by his wife, Carma, and children Bryan (Bridget), Aaron, Veronica (Jesse), and Jennifer (Aaron). He leaves behind his grandchildren Braxton, Kaylee, Nathan, Noah, Charlie, Olivia, Rebecca, Brayden, Brooklyn, Tanner, McKay, and Levi.

Ronnie’s greatest joy was his family.  His entire life was devoted to fulfilling his duty as father and husband to preside, protect, and provide for his wife and children.  He taught them the principles of the gospel including faith, prayer, repentance, respect, compassion, and hard work.  Side by side with his eternal companion Carma, Ronnie was deeply rooted in the gospel with an unshakable testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ, which testimony and example they instilled in their children and grandchildren.  Ronnie rejoiced in his children’s successes and accomplishments.

Ronnie’s family would like to thank his many friends, relatives, business partners, neighbors, local ward and stake, Church leadership, and many others who have touched his and our lives and offered their support and condolences at this time.

Ronnie will be remembered in a Celebration of his Life on Tuesday, July 27, 2021 A family viewing will be in the morning of Tuesday, July 27 from at the Queen Creek Stake Center @ 10am.  Funeral services will be @ 11am, immediately following the viewing at the same location. Queen Creek Stake Center | 21915 e. Cloud Rd. Queen Creek, AZ 85142.

Additionally, Graveside services will proceed the following day on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 in Snowflake, Arizona @ 11am for service and graveside dedication. Snowflake Cemetery | 81 West 1st South Snowflake, AZ 85937

Ronnie will be dearly missed until that unimaginably joyful day when we are all reunited.


  • Mike and Rhonda Crotzer

    Sending peace and prayers to the family. Love you much.

  • Anna Sornberger

    Rest in peace Ron. Was great to know you. ??

  • D. L. Nikolaus

    Loved Ronny

  • Dessie Brown Brockett

    Our family has many fond memories of Ron and the Brewer family. So happy to have our life paths cross and be able to say we knew this great man.

  • Nancy Robinson

    Ronny Brewer is a gentleman through and through. He is the sweetest example of Christlike love and kindness. I adored having Ronny and Carma as neighbors. It was so fun watching him interact with their grandkids! Heaven has got to be more heavenly with that kind, gentle, angel. Love you Carma, praying for you dear friend❤️

  • What wonderful memories with this great friend. Sending our love and prayers to the family.

  • Sending love and prayers for your beautiful family. Ron was a good man and will truly be missed.

  • Stephen and Carolei Phelps

    Dear Carma and family – our hearts ache for you in the loss of your wonderful companion, father, grandfather. I loved Ron and was always blessed by his calming and caring aura and true compassion. Carma, we shared some good, happy times those years ago in Stapley Stake. Thanks for the memories! All our love to you and your family. — Stephen and Carolei Phelps

  • Ernie and Peggi Paredes

    Our love, prayers and deepest condolences as you go through this transition.

  • Norma Hastings

    Dear Carma and family,
    Dave and I have always admired you and Ron and family over the years we have known you. Dave has no doubt warmly greeted Ron. You are amazing people who have influenced so many and we are happy to call our friends. May the peace of the comforter and the Atonement of Jesus Christ bless you as it has our family recently in Dave’s passing. Our prayers are with you! Love , Dave and Norma Hastings family

  • Wishing the Brewers many condolences at this time of loss, and remembering the many fun times in the old Gilbert 4th ward.

  • Gretchen Poulsen

    We drove over to the Mesa Temple this evening. I looked at the corner where I thought you still lived. I knew immediately that you had moved. All your beautiful touches to the yard were gone. I decided to search and found this obituary for your dear husband. I’m so sorry to find this and realize that today is Ron’s birthday. Love and prayers are going your way. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Coincidentally, we were at the museum in Snowflake and bought the Centennial book. We poured over all the lovely pictures and frequently saw the Brewer name. You’ve been on my mind and now I know why. Bless you, Carma. ????????

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