Surprise Funeral Care


Ronald Gene Yancheck

19 junio , 19417 mayo , 2021

Ronald Gene Yancheck, 79 passed away Friday May 7, 2021. He was born June 19, 1941 in Greensboro, Pennsylvania. Ron worked for Ford Motor Company for 30 years and also served his country in the National Guard. Ron married the love of his life Linda Tanner in a little Baptist church along the Monongahela River in 1968. He loved family, friends, custom cars, music and sports. Ron had a vibrant personality and a great sense of humor. Ron is survived by his wife Linda of 53 years. Daughter Renee Yancheck of Surprise, Arizona. Son Dean Yancheck and wife Libelle of San Diego, California. Grandchildren Brandy Gannon, Taresa Gannon, Naomi Yancheck, Zac Yancheck. Great grandchild Keith Martin. He was proceeded in death by his parents Mike and Virginia Yancheck and brother Michael Yancheck.


  • Visitation

    jueves, 13 mayo , 2021

  • Memorial Service

    jueves, 13 mayo , 2021


Ronald Gene Yancheck


Penelope Maloney

19 junio , 2021

Today would of been your 80th birthday.

Robin Cole

14 mayo , 2021

I also knew Ronnie because he married my sweet cousin Linda. Being the youngest of your generation in a family you are often seen as the kid for a long time, but from the start Ronnie always treated me like a person, not a kid. Of coarse those days are long gone, but we hold the memories. I always enjoyed my conversations with him, he made things interesting, especially cars. I hope heaven holds a fleet of cars and some beautiful roads to travel, and I look forward to hitching a ride one day. Hugs to Linda and the kids, no matter when, it's always too soon.

Donna and Ray Turi

13 mayo , 2021

Last year in April during the pandemic, Uncle Ronnie told us that he would see us when we visit the next time and that we could help fix their Amazon Fire TV Cube set up at the time of our visit, we miss him.

We miss Uncle Ronnie, he is a special person.

May the Lord grant Uncle Ronnie unlimited rides in his Buick.

Donna and Ray Turi

13 mayo , 2021

We always have a good time when we visited Aunt Linda and Uncle Ronnie over the years, we always feel welcome when we visit, we always feel good when we visit and when we talk to them on the phone.

Sharing some of our favorite memories of Uncle Ronnie;
Uncle Ronnie cranking up the volume while jamming to Thunderstruck by AC/DC after we helped fix his Bose surround sound system when we visited last year in February 2020, ….Thunder….

Uncle Ronnie putting on his Elvis glasses and top hat to watch our video of our wedding vow renewal with Elvis for our 40th anniversary when we visited in February 2019.

Uncle Ronnie telling us his stories about his visits to the Pomona car show with his son Dean, their outfits, top hat, Elvis glasses, cane, wanting a red velvet lined cape to go with his outfit, while we visited in February 2019, sounded like a lot of fun that we hoped to join them on a future visit.

How much fun Uncle Ronnie had with his son Dean at the Kiss concert in 2019, telling us how loud the cannon and pyrotechnics were.

How frustrated Uncle Ronnie was when the Cavs were losing in the Finals while we visited in 2015 as well as the Browns losing over the years, he was able to enjoy the Browns winning season last year.

Aunt Linda and Uncle Ronnie having us over for dinner in Avon Lake while we were dating before we were married, we enjoyed a good time.

Our special Valentine’s day 2020 ride with Uncle Ronnie in his Buick, a special time for us, we miss him.

A proud father and grandfather, very proud of the career success of his daughter, son, and granddaughter.

We are happy that we were able to visit with Aunt Linda and Uncle Ronnie for 5 days last year during the week of Valentine’s day before the pandemic, they were the last family that we visited before the pandemic.

Betsy Shubert

12 mayo , 2021

I did not know Ronnie until he married my sweet cousin Linda. Every time I had the opportunity to talk with him it was a lively conversation. He was a good man who loved his wife and children. Linda & Ronnie were a perfect match. I shall see him in heaven some day. Praise The Lord!

Jonathan Krawiec

11 mayo , 2021

Ronnie was my Grandma Marge Runion Krawiec’s nephew and my father Edward Krawiec’s 1st cousin. We knew Ronnie, Linda, and children Renay and Dean when they lived in New Jersey and New York State when he worked for Ford. He loved cars, had a good sene of humor. I remember having a delicious steak dinner at their house when I was a boy. God bless Linda, Dean & family and Renay & family. Jonathan Krawiec, second cousin and my Mom Phyllis Crawford

nancy dusenberry

10 mayo , 2021

Dear Family of Ron, I just want you to know what a wonderful person Ron was to not just me, but, everyone he knew. Especially to me, because we both felt like we were brother's to each other. When ever we met, it was like we had never been apart. In conversation together he would always mention that his wife was the love of his life & his children was his heart & soul. God, I'm gonna miss this guy forever!! Deepest regrets to his entire family, friends & loved ones, may God bless, Paul E. Dusenberry (Huck!!)

Pat Martin

10 mayo , 2021

I loved talking sports with Ron! He knew so much about the players and stats. I will miss that part of my life with. RIP my friend.

peter young

10 mayo , 2021

Ron and I met in the 70’s at Ford and have been best friends since. My most heartfelt condolences to Linda and family . RIP Ron.

Penelope Maloney

9 mayo , 2021

I worked with Ron at Bonne Bell cosmetics in westlake, ohio in the returns and senior department.
He will be remembered as “the king”, “the low-rider” and as my friend.
Hope your in heaven driving your magenta and Hawaiian orchid Buick.
I will miss you
See you in Hollywood!