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Ronald Marsh

SOUTH SIOUX CITY | Ronald J. "Ron" Marsh, 73, of South Sioux City died Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015, at Regency Square Care Center in South Sioux City.

Services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Michael's Catholic Church in South Sioux City. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Mohr Funeral Home in South Sioux City.



 
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10/17/15 07:56 PM #1    

Karen Burgess (Kohn)

Gone too soon, rest in peace.  Karen Burgess-Kohn


10/18/15 11:33 AM #2    

James Schaller

Ron: Growing up two blocks apart we  have so many memories of touch football in the street, later organized football, fishing at the river, hunting, golf at Southridge and finally working at my Dad's store hiding in the big cooler to cool off. I know you are in a better place and the pain is gone my friend. Rest in peace. Jim Schaller


10/18/15 02:57 PM #3    

Carol Baldwin (Schuldt)

I have such good memories of time spent with Ron Marsh.  He was a great dancer and always fun to be around.

Ron was always positive and looked at life with enthusiasm and humor, even through his illness.

Ron was a friend and will be missed.

 

 

 

 

 


10/18/15 04:38 PM #4    

Claryce Ray (Welch)

It is so sad that we have lost another classmate. Ron was always happy, up-beat and above all a gentelman.

One fond memory is the time that several of our classmates had coffee with Ron and Mert in their home. Another is when we took our "coffee" time to share it with Ron in the nursing home.

Ron we will miss you.  RIP

Claryce Ray Welch


10/19/15 09:06 PM #5    

Duane Queen

It seems as though we hear far too often that a member of our class has died.  Such news causes one to reflect on the past and the many good times we experienced sharing our lives together.  Ron certainly was in the mix of those good times.  So now he is enabling many of us to smile and say thanks, Ron, for being you and giving us good memories of playing cowboys and Indians in the neighborhood and Sunday afternoon football on a vacant lot.  More recently Ron has showed many of us his tremendous spirit through the sorrow he experienced in the death of his daughter and then his wife, Mert.  His fight against his illness showed his tremendous grit even greater than he ever could show on the South Sioux Cardinal football field, basketball court, or the track.  He was a great example of Paul's words, "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith."  " Thanks be to God who gives us the victory".  Thanks to Ron for the way he shared his life and faith!

Duane Queen


10/20/15 11:41 PM #6    

Diane Armour (Bartels)

It is good that some of us were able to visit with him last summer during our 55th reunion. I think he understood most of what we said and seemed to enjoy our being there. 


10/21/15 03:25 PM #7    

DelRae Beermann

Ron was so apprecative of everyone that stopped to see him in Regency. It was special that we had a chance to see his smile and visit abit. Prayers for his family. 


10/22/15 01:06 PM #8    

Richard Kleinberg (Lickydee2@gmail. Com)

I went through St. Michael's grade school and high school with Ron. He was a great person, with a heart of gold. He will be missed by many. RIP Ron.

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