In Memory of Ronalda Pierce
Anthony – Albuquerque
As a true women’s basketball fan – I’d like to send my condolensces to the Pierce family for this tremendous loss. I had the pleasure of viewing Ronalda on the television, and she was a contributing figure and a spark plug for the team. Florida State women’s basketball has lost a jewel, but her memory will not be forgotten.
Siedah (Charlottesville, Virginia)
My thoughts and prayers go out to her entire family. She was a very good person from what I know because I played with her. May she rest in peace and God bless you all.
When I was a mascot at games for the women’s team I was always astonished by Ronalda. She always took time to talk to each little kid and that right there probably made their day. I remember the last home game of the season where she came up to the courtside kids party and covered, my/Cimmaron’s eyes and said guess who, the kids’ got a kick out of it. I will miss her greatly next season.
Beth Vice-Barrier – Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
My thoughts and prayers are with Ronalda’s family, as well as her basketball family as FSU. I didn’t know Ronalda personally, but it sounds like she touched so many lives in her short time here. God Bless you.
Modibor Fullah – Charleston, South Carolina
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
Doc Cason – Waycross, Georgia
I mostly follow the football team, but I do feel extreme sorrow for you the family. Any fallen Seminole will be loved and missed and it is with that thought that I say my prayers go out to the family and friends of this young lady and may God be with you all.
Monica – Orlando, Fl.
May God Bless you and your family in your time of need. My prayers are with you.
Faria (Atlanta, Ga)
I didn’t know Ronalda Pierce, but it seems like she was a great player and also a great teammate. This loss has help me become a better person. I attend North Atlanta High. I play basketball. I’m hoping that I could be a part of the FSU family.