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RONNIE MEINDL (1/27/1954 - 1/15/2019)

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Co-Executive Director Ronnie Meindl. Frank Ronald Meindl, 64, of High Point passed away January 15th, 2019 in his home in Archdale, NC.


Ronnie, who was born on January 27th, 1954 was the son of George Meindl and Georgia Meindl. He married Alice Meindl on September 21st, 2013 in High Point, NC. Ronnie and Alice are the executive directors of Pierced Ministries& Rehab Services, Inc. His life's passion was seeing men and women set free from life-controlling addictions through the transformation power of Jesus. Only Heaven will reveal the number of lives Ronnie impacted. His love for others was bold and extravagant. One of his favorite verses was 2 Corinthians 5:17, "Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things become new."


Ronnie is preceded in death by his stepfather George Meindl, his mom Georgia Meindl, his two brothers Walter and George Meindl, and his grandson John Micheal Meindl.


Ronnie is survived by his spouse Alice Meindl, daughter Emily Garris and husband Jonathan, a special daughter Kylie Keeling, son Bob Meindl and wife Christina, sister Winona Craig, and husband Charlie, brothers Bobby Meindl and wife Lib, John and Steve Meindl, grandchildren, Courtney Banks, Addy Banks, Anna Meindl, Emma Meindl, Jessy Banks, Layla Banks, and Jeremiah Garris.


To honor Ronnie, donations may be made to PiercedMinistries at PMRS PO Box 4669, High Point, NC 27263, or donations can be made by visiting the Pierced Ministries website at

A beautiful celebration of life ceremony was held in January, at Triad Church in Greensboro, NC. An amazing group of people packed the church and the love we felt was incredible. Thank you for your prayers, support, and generosity during this trying time in our ministry.

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"You can deny that God exists. You can say He isn't real. But you can't deny a changed life."

"I don't have any bad news. I don't have any sad news. I've got good news."

- Ronnie Meindl

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