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Ronald Gustave Stucki
11 octobre , 1926 – 19 janvier , 2020
Ronald G Stucki of Portland, Oregon passed away January 19, 2020 at the age of 93.
He was born in Portland, Oregon on October 11, 1926. Ronald married Velma L Norton on July 28, 1945. He worked as a mechanic and a truck driver. Ron and Velma raised four children in the Portland area. When he retired, they spent their winters in Yuma, Arizona. Velma passed in 2009.
Ronald is survived by his son, Ken Stucki; his daughters: Linda Stucki, and Cindy Donkin. His daughter Gayle Walker passed away in 2018. Ronald and Velma have 14 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. Family was the most important thing in his life.
A private family gathering will be held on January 28th, with interment to follow.
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Ronald Gustave Stucki
23 février , 2020
Garry White (brother-in-law) “I just remember that Ron was a good man, that really loved his children and grandchildren”
Lorrie White-Williams (niece) I remember as a child on our occasional visits to Portland, Uncle Ron would give my sister and I quarters. It made me feel rich! I was so blessed to see him in 2017 at my Mom’s memorial service in Sherwood. Hugs to the family.
20 février , 2020
I was part of the Stucki family in High School when Linda and I were together. Ron was always so kind to me and always welcomed me into their home. He was a gentle and a very caring father who loved his family dearly. We always enjoyed talking about cars and he helped me keep my 57 Ford running in good shape.
I continue to have loving thoughts when I reminisce about those wonderful times.
Ron will surely be missed. Gary Tash
26 janvier , 2020
Ronnie, as I know him and will always remember him was my 2nd cousin and was foremost a dear friend and wonderful person.
My father was his first cousin and always took me to visit Ronnie when I was a small boy. Ronnie also introduced me to destruction derby races. Riding with him after a race was also a life altering event..but so much fun
As I became a teen and started to drive Ronnie and his brother Paul found me my first car. It was Ronnie that was then key in keeping it running, which was not easy as I was brutal on cars.
Later in life my wife Luanne and I would visit him and Shorty at their place in Yuma AZ. We both had motor homes and shared many stories about RV travel, maintenance etc.
It seemed we always had a lot to talk about which seemed to center around cars and friends and relatives which we had both known for many years.
I will miss him terribly as a person like Ronnie only comes around once in a lifetime...
Your cousin and friend: Mike