Not sure on Ronnie. Need to go thru there to see his father "Cotten" Wish he would open his "museum" back up, as I got to go in it when I was in my teens. Haven't seen Mr. Cotten, in a few years, and he was in bad health then. He was also a "piece of history" as he was 101st Airborne who jumped the night of June 5th, 1944, was captured and escaped. Has a scrapbook his mother (or may have been fiance') kept that has newspaper clippings of his service, etc even including th Western Union Telegram telling of his being MIA.
I never could figure out why the monument was placed there either.
Sorry for the ramble.