Ronald K. Perkins Baltimore native, 16

December 16, 1990

Services for Ronald Keith Perkins, a Baltimore native who competed in high school and children's wrestling programs, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Connelly Funeral Home, 300 Mace Ave., Essex.

Mr. Perkins, who was 16 and lived in Littleton, Colo., died Wednesday at a Denver hospital of a gunshot wound. He had been shot Dec. 8 while driving near Denver by a passenger in a passing car who had argued with him.

He was a junior at Arapaho High School in Littleton, where he was a member of the wrestling team.

He had lived in Aberdeen and briefly in Middle River before his family moved to Scottsdale, Ariz., more than two years ago, and then to Littleton about a year ago.

In Aberdeen, he attended Hillside Elementary School and Aberdeen Middle School.

He competed in the Middle River Recreation Council wrestling program.

Mr. Perkins is survived by his parents, Ronald Lee and Gloria Susie Perkins of Littleton; a sister, Kimberly Ann Perkins of Littleton; his paternal grandparents, Ray and Jackie Yommer of Middle River; and his maternal grandparents, Roy and Helen Davis of Madonna.

A fund in his honor has been established at the First National Bank in Castle Rock, Colo.

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