It was a pleasure to work with and for Ron.
Glenn and Diane Wood
I would like to start off with my sincere condolences. Ron was a wonderful roll model, the kind you looked up to with respect and listened to the words he said. He taught me a lot growing up. Going on all the Boy Scout adventures with Ron and my Dad to Gardner Dam for summer and winter camp. These were fun, memorable and cherished times full of learning life lessons and laughter.
Every time my family and I would get the chance to catch a Timber Rattler game we enjoyed getting to say hello and catch up with Ron for a few minutes.
Ron touched a lot of hearts over the years inside the park and outside of the park.
With my deepest love and sympathy,
So sorry to about Ron. We were classmates at St Marys. More recently, we would see Ron at the TR games. Always enjoyed seeing him.
Cherish your memories...
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked at KC North when Ron was our security guard. Always loved the banter we‚Äôd receive when entering the building, especially when saying ‚ÄúGood Morning‚Äù and Ron would say ‚Äúwhat‚Äôs so good about it?‚Äù returning a smirk as you would walk past. After he retired, we would see him at the baseball stadium with his bantering and smiles. Sending prayers for all. RIP Ron.
Please know how sorry we are about Ron. He was truly and original and wonderful man. Please know Jackie and I are praying for you and your sweet family. We love you cuz.
Sue and Jackie
Marlene Fisher Gensler and family
My condolences on your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting/working with Ron while being clubhouse manager from 2012-2015 with the Timber Rattlers. May the Lord bring you peace and healing in this difficult time. "The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit." -Psalm 34:18
Trish, Kurt, Karen, and Keith our hearts and prayers go out to you.
we are so sorry to hear of Ron's passing. We are shocked and saddened. Joel and I enjoyed working with him at the ball park. We will miss him and his humor. Justin was looking forward to seeing him at the ball park this summer during his summer internship. God bless you all!