Ronnie Alvaro Obituary, Death- It is with deep regret that I have to be the one to break the news to you that Ronnie Alvaro, a longtime friend of mine as well as a fellow bandmate, passed away tonight from causes that are not known. I am extremely sorry that I have to be the one to tell you this news. It was with the deepest regret that I had to tell you the disappointing news. Please accept my deepest condolences. At that time, we were both active members of the band Fast Company. In addition, we were both active members of my previous band, The Hands of Time, and we played active roles in both of those bands.
My personal favorite image from this collection is the one in which all of us are giving each other high fives after successfully completing the song “Separate Ways” with our late band member Sister Donna Dambrosio performing the vocals. The song was dedicated to Sister Donna Dambrosio, who passed away before its release. Sister Donna Dambrosio, who had already died away prior to the song’s publication, is shown giving a performance of it in this picture. The song was supposed to serve as a memorial to Sister Donna Dambrosio, but she passed away before it could be shared with the general public.
This photograph was taken shortly before Sister Donna Dambrosio passed away in 2007, and it shows her singing the song. Sister Donna Dambrosio passed away in 2007. No longer present with us, she has left this area. When he came to one of my band’s performances, he never left without first providing me with some constructive criticism before he went home. This has consistently been the case. In addition, each and every time I brought one of my stereo components into his shop, The Stereo Workshop, he did an excellent job of repairing it. I highly recommend taking your stereo components there.
I have nothing but praise for the work he does. Regarding the work that he does, I have nothing but praise to offer. RIP Ronnie. You will never have to worry about being forgotten about at any point in time, which will allow you to have complete and utter peace of mind.