Tribute: Remembering Ronald Brewer

Take the time to share a memory or post a tribute to Judge Ronald Brewer.

Ronald Wayne Brewer, age 70, of Westminster died Wednesday evening July 11, 2012 after a year-long battle with cancer.

His says that he was married to Lynette Spickler Brewer for 38 years. He graduated from Westminster High School and was a tireless volunteer in the Westminster community for everything from little league to the Lion's Club. He served as a Staff Sargent in the Army Reserves and was a member of the Church of The Open Door.

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Local leaders and residents shared their thoughts about Judge Brewer:

Ron Brewer was easily one of the most generous and caring individuals with whom I’ve ever associated. He had a warm and wonderful smile and a genuine interest in everyone he met. Ron was dedicated to his family, his work and his community. He will truly be missed. -- Cindy Parr, Executive Director, Human Service Programs (HSP)

I would say that in addition to his community involvement--which was significant--he was also the consummate gentleman. He will be missed. -- Haven Shoemaker, Carroll County Commissioner

Judge Brewer was everything you'd want in a judge: patient, deliberative and smart. He was just a true gentleman, and his passing is a real loss for the Orphan's Court. -- Damian Halstad, Westminster Common Council President


christine July 17, 2012 at 04:39 AM
My children, Derrick and Meredith, and I only had the opportunity to meet Mr Ron Brewer on one occasion, Fallfest 2011. We had a wonderful time making Scarecrow Steve. When we were leaving, the children thanked Mr. Brewer for his help and he was very quick to tell them," thank you for what you gave me and for allowing me to work with you and learn from you." He told me that he received from the children more than he could have given to them. He was a wonderful, loving man and my family will always have fond momories of him. Sincerely, Christine Day Westminster resident


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