Wilbert

January 21, 1941 ~ June 17, 2020

Born in: New Orleans, LA
Resided in: Inglewood, CA

Wilbert Ronald Elloie, a 62-year resident of Inglewood California, passed away on Wednesday June 17, 2020 in Inglewood, CA. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Wilbert was 79 when he died. Wilbert was a member of St. Anselm Catholic Church, Masonic Lodge and Jesse Owens Swimming Pool Aqua Aerobics and Lap Swim Family.

Mr. Elloie, known to most as “Ronald”, graduated from Booker T. Washington (New Orleans) Class of 1958. He had a more than 36-year career with Trans World Airlines (TWA) as an airplane fueler and ramp service operator; held various part time jobs but most notably as a sky cap; he also graduated from El Camino’s Cosmetology school in the late 1980s.

Mr. Elloie was a world traveler that enjoyed exploring various countries and continents (he has been to five continents) but his favorite destination was always to go back home to New Orleans where he could spend time with family and friends (especially his brother Hon. Charles Elloie).

He enjoyed being active by playing golf, swimming, and walking. He was a highly decorated Mason with Mt. Sinai Grand Council A.A.S.R.M. I11.W. Ronald Elloie 33rd degree I.G. Past Potentate, Past Master, Past Royal Patron, and Patron.

Mr. Elloie was passionate about spending time with family, enjoying great food, listening to jazz, and watching planes pass by from his front porch. A fan of Los Angeles professional teams but especially the Lakers and New Orleans Saints.

Wilbert is survived by his wife Corinne Elloie, son Ronald Elloie (Myaisha Elloie), daughters Simone Elloie Shelton (Gary Shelton) and Monique Elloie Bolton (Michael Bolton); grandchildren: Alexandra Elloie, Gabriella Elloie, Arielle Shelton, Auston Shelton, Blake Bolton, and Cydney Bolton; and a host of dearly loved sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, Masonic family, friends and acquaintances.  He was most notably the last remaining family member of his parents, brothers and sisters.

Services will be private. ALL IN ATTENDANCE ARE ASKED TO ADHERE TO COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS WHICH HAVE BEEN IMPLEMENTED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.

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  1. candle 7Memories of a father and a son. Eternal love for the man whom I came from, raised me, and provided the values and tools for how to live. Thanks for everything + lagniappe!

    • May God bless you and give you strength thru this rough time and that’s to you, Myaisha, Alexandra, and Gabrielle

  2. candle 5Daddy you are forever in my heart. Thanks for all the life lessons, love and support. I will miss your smiling face, our breakfast dates, our phone conversations, and most of all your presence at everything. Until we meet again. Bonsoir! From your babygirl
    Dr. Simone Elloie Shelton.

  3. candle 5Cher Harris Thank you for all you love and support you were a blessing you will be missed but never forgotten

  4. candle 1Uncle Ronald was a generous man who demonstrated his love and appreciation for family for the whole world to witness. I thank him for sharing his loving spirit with me and my family. Thanks for all you’ve done. God bless!
    Blayne, Brenda, Blayne II, and Bryce Sutton-Wills

    • Whenever there was a third chair at the table where Elloie and I ate you knew Uncle Ronald was in town. I called him Uncle Ronald and he called me Auntee Pearlie even though we were sister and brother in law. Only I sit at this table now. God speed you on your journey home Uncle Ronald. Join your big brother and others. You were loved here on earth and will be missed by all. We thank God for the time he allowed us on the earth and to be a part of each others’ lives.

  5. candle 4I would like to express my most sincere condolences to Ronald’s family. I admired him from afar most of the time for the gentle and loving grandfather he was to his grandchildren. Always caring and concerned for his family. He loved talking to them on the telephone. He was a loving father-in-law to my daughter. He will be fondly remembered for a life well lived. He was loved dearly and will be missed by family and friends. Rest in peace Ronald! You will be gone from our sight but never from our hearts. You have earned your wings and place in heaven.

  6. candle 2Uncle Ronald. I miss your positive energy. Your glass was always half full. Heaven just got another good one.

  7. My cousin and I had some times that will be unforgettable.Most importantly,what some may not know about Ronold is that he was a praying man.With that I believe he’s in the better place.r REST IN PEACE…..

  8. candle 8Ronald, you will truly be missed by many. All who had the opportunity to know you are truly blessed. Your love of family will live on in your legacy. Rest In Peace🙏🏽🙏🏽

  9. candle 7Prayers for Corrine, Ronald, Simone, Monique & families at this time.

    Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

    Thessalonians 4:13-14. Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.

    Isaiah 41:10. So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

  10. candle 4Daddy
    I will forever miss you. I will always cherish every moment and second that we spent loving each other..for you have been there through every step of my life .. always there… The joy that you have given to my family is unmeasurable. I’ll always carry you in my heart Daddy. I’ll remember everything you instilled in me.. Mostly I’ll remember what a wise, loving, neutering, cool, smart, caring and handsome Dad you were.. Love your first born Loving Daughter Monique (Your Twin)
    Until we meet again
    Bosoir My Angel Bosoir

  11. I will miss seeing you at the family functions, clean as a whistle and you not remembering my name for as long as I’ve known you…37 years! Rest well Ronnie…

  12. candle 4Dear Elloie Family,

    I am deeply sorry to hear of Ronald Sr.’s passing. I only met Ronald Sr. a handful of times but recall his kind and gentle nature and welcoming smile. I also remember how fondly Ronald Jr. talked about him and how much he looked forward to their annual trips. Ronald Sr. was clearly a wonderful man who has left a great legacy to his children and grandchildren. I know he will guide you in spirit always, and hope that your memories of him bring you peace. “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4.

    Danielle Cantrell

  13. candle 7I love you pawpaw. Thank you for all of the love and fond memories. I will be sure to make you proud. I miss you already. Bonsoir, until we meet again.

  14. Ronald, I thank you for Our two daughters.. You were an amazing Father, Grandfather and Friend to me.. Although we weren’t together, we shared many years loving Our children and grandchildren.. You made it a point to be present at celebrations that involved our children and grandchildren and for that, I am forever grateful.. You will be truly missed.. Until we meet again my friend .. So long Ronald.. Love, Brenda Bush

  15. candle 5Praying for the Elloie family, may God bless you and see you this rough time. I know how much he loved his grandchildren he was the papa they all needed and loved. May God bless my sister and her family throughout this time

  16. candle 7Pawpaw we will miss you dearly. You were the most loving and caring grandfather to your “big girls” Alexandra and Gabriella. I am so grateful to have had such a wonderful father in law. You will truly be missed and forever in our hearts. Love you.

  17. My first Father’s Day without you💔 it’s only been 4 days and I already miss you so much. I know I shouldn’t be sad, I have my own personal guardian angel looking down on me for the rest of my life. But I just wish I can get one more hug with you, and just one more breakfast dates we use to take, Or just to talk on the phone with you and do our little saying “I love you to the moon and back, and you would say I love you more to the moon and back and back again💛”. I love you soo much Pawpaw, until we meet again my cool breeze New Orleans Grandpa😘💜💛💚😇

    • My First Uncle that taught me everything from age 13 to 17 yrs old. He taught me about, New Orleans, Jazz music and the pool hall. He would always say, ” Show you Right”. He taught me that we are “Cut from a Different Cloth” Southern Gentleman”. Even though in later years his memory was going, he could still sit and talk with me about N’awlins 60, years ago without missing a year.
      I will miss you Inc, but I know you will be looking down on me.

      Love Always
      Your Nephew
      Kelvin

  18. candle 4Remembering Uncle Ronald, family brunches will never be the same. We use to meet you at Coffee Cafe, meet with you at Ma’Dear’s, meet w/you at TAL’S, meet w/you at Mobley’s, Overland Cafe, because breakfast was your thing, if the Lord say so i hope to meet you in Heaven. Forever missed. Never forgotten. Love your niece Kim

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