Ramona A. Goldfoot

Ramona A. Goldfoot, 87, passed away on Thursday, August 31, 2017. Born in Mechanicville, NY on June 8, 1930, she was the daughter of Gerald Crowley and Edith and Ralph Smith.

Ramona owned and operated The Red Mill Tavern and Motel in Round Lake for many years, with her husband, David who passed away in January. After they retired, they would take their daily ride on his Harley, to have lunch at The Burger Den in Cambridge.

Ramona liked to ride her bike to Round Lake where she enjoyed sitting in the sun. She loved old country music and the yearly Christmas tree cutting at Bailey’s with her family. The time she spent with her children and grandchildren was her greatest treasure.

She was predeceased by her beloved husband David, her son James and brothers Glenn and Norman Crowley. Ramona is survived by her daughters Rhonda Agnew (Walter) of Round Lake, Laura Goldfoot of Ballston Spa, and Roxanne Sharp (Jim) of Clifton Park; three grandchildren James Agnew (Jody), Jessica Worobey (Paul) and Kelly Volpe; four great grandchildren Hunter, Dylan, Jude and Annie; sisters Constance Krogh of Wynantskill, Patricia Hatlee of New Hampshire and Chiquita Myers of Johnstown; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 10am Wednesday, September 6 at the Round Lake United Methodist Church, 34 Church Avenue, Round Lake. Burial will follow in Memory Gardens, Colonie. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Tuesday, September 5 from 5pm to 7pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa.

Memorial contributions in memory of Ramona may be made to the Round Lake United Methodist Church.

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Greg Winters

God bless & look over the entire Goldfoot Family during this difficult time. My sincere condolences to your entire family and may she rest in peace. My entire childhood was filled with wonderful memories spending time at Round Lake with the Goldfoot & Chamberlain families. It is impossible not to notice what a kind, caring, and gentle person Mona was growing up. She always made you feel welcome without ever making a big fuss, like you were a part of the family. She always projected that feeling of peacefulness. She will be greatly missed. God Bless.