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A Tribute To Ronalda Pierce


In Memory of Ronalda Pierce
February 23, 1985 – June 8, 2004


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A Tribute To Ronalda Pierce
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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.

To her family, teammates, and FSU community thank you for allowing the rest of the country to see a dimension of “team” in the days of “me, me, me”. May God bless all of you in these times.

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.

Andrew Elekes
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.

God Bless and I am praying for yall,

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.

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