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Ron Emil Doggett

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Ron Emil Doggett was born on December 2, 1934 to Inez Baldus Doggett and Emil Day Doggett in Austin, Minnesota. He passed at his home on October 4, 2021.

Ron is survived by his wife, Jeanette Reinartz Doggett; four children, Mark Patrick Doggett (Kathryn), Anne Doggett Davis, Michael Sean Doggett (Elizabeth), and Jane Doggett Evans (David); eleven grand children, Mary Grace Elizabeth Doggett, Michael Sean Doggett, Jr., Christina Blake Doggett, Anna Margaret Doggett, Lauren Reese Doggett, Kate Elise Doggett, Ashley Grace Davis, Sarah Frances Davis, Ava Elizabeth Davis, Emily Day Evans, and Edwin James Evans. He is also survived by two sisters, Janeth Ranum and Janet Nelson-Commers.

He was predeceased by two sisters, Shirley Patterson and Gwen Jordan.

Ron will be remembered as a devoted Catholic, a loyal husband, a patient father, a loving grandfather, a good friend, a generous philanthropist and an entrepreneurial dreamer.

Ron grew up on a dairy farm in Oakland Minnesota, where he and his four sisters attended the Lugg one-room school house, from first through eighth grade. Ron later graduated from Pacelli Catholic School in Austin, MN, and continued to work on the family farm before enlisting in the United States Army in 1955. He was stationed at Fort Bliss, TX, and honorably discharged in 1956. Ron then attended Mankato State College, and graduated with a degree in economics and business administration in 1961.

Ron began his career with General Mills as an internal auditor in 1961, and married Jeanette in 1962. He was appointed Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Slim Jim, Inc., a division of General Mills, in 1967. Slim Jim, Inc. was later renamed GoodMark foods, and Ron moved to Raleigh in 1970 to serve as its Assistant Controller. In 1982 Ron led a unique leveraged buyout of GoodMark Foods. He took the company through an Initial Public Offering in 1985. In 1993 Forbes Magazine named GoodMark Foods as #11 of the 100 Best Small Companies in America, and Ron was selected as Inc. Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year in Manufacturing. GoodMark was acquired by ConAgra Foods in 1998, and Ron remained Chairman and CEO until his retirement from ConAgra in 1999. He was initiated into the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by the State of North Carolina in 1999, and in 2004 he was inducted into the NC Business Hall of Fame. In 2014 he was presented with the Greater Raleigh Chamber A.E. Finley Distinguished Service Award.

Ron served on numerous corporate, academic, church and nonprofit boards, with the intent to be transformative with his business knowledge and his passion for helping others. In 1999, Ron was named Philanthropist of the Year by the N.C. Planned Giving Council, a tribute to the charitable groups he and Jeanette were actively engaged with, such as The WakeMed Hospital and Foundation, Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh, Mankato State University, The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, The North Carolina Museum of Art, and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Raleigh.

Ron loved to garden, fish, hunt, be a handyman and refinish furniture. He was known for delivering bouquets of his backyard peonies, tulips and hydrangeas to his neighbors, family and friends. What he truly treasured most was family time, be it attending Mass, watching sunsets from his deck in Emerald Isle or sharing a meal together. He often said that his ultimate measure of success in life was to be remembered as a good husband, father, grandfather and friend.

A visitation will be held Sunday, October 10th from 4-6 PM in the Wynne Center Chapel of Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, 300 Saint Mary's St. Raleigh, NC 27605.

A funeral mass will be held Monday, October 11th at 11:00 AM at Saint Francis of Assisi Church, 11401 Leesville Rd. Raleigh, NC 27613. If you cannot attend, the funeral mass will be live-streamed by clicking on the following link at the time of the service: https://boxcast.tv/view/funeral-liturgy-for-ron-doggett-cenr0bbtpwnfgqbdmsiz

A committal service will be scheduled at a later date and will be private.

Gifts in Ron's memory can be made to the Ron E. and Jeanette R. Doggett Endowment Fund at Triangle Community Foundation. Gifts can be made online at www.trianglecf.org/donate as well as mailed to Triangle Community Foundation, PO Box 12729 Durham, NC 27709.

Condolences may be made through www.brownwynneraleigh.com

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Kim Mills

21 octobre , 2021

Jane,
My sincere condolences to you and your entire family. I hope you find some comfort in the wonderful memories you hold in your heart.

Joann Throndson

12 octobre , 2021

Doggett family

I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray that your good memories will ease your sorrow.

God bless you all.

Joann Throndson

David Hinson

11 octobre , 2021

Very sorry to hear about the passing of your father Jane. Thinking of you, David and the kids during this difficult time. Gods speed.

Lin Jones

11 octobre , 2021

Mike,
Sorry to hear about Your Father...

Rudy Howard

11 octobre , 2021

As a manager at Deloitte and Touche, I had the good fortune of working with Ron for many years - through the LBO with GMI, the IPO, many acquisitions, etc. Ron was forever the consummate gentleman who always had time for friendly conversation. Even in later years as we would bump into each other, he would always expend great efforts in congratulating me for my successes.......which paled in comparison to his. Ron was the epitome of how a true business person should carry himself. I am richer for my experiences with him

Paul Brunswick

11 octobre , 2021

Ron lived the American dream going from farm boy to auditor to CEO of a national company. All the while, he maintained the values and work ethic taught to him by his parents and grandparents. He also married his lovely wife Jeanette and together they raised four children with the same values. The last several years have been very difficult for both Ron and Jeanette but Ron has never lost his grace and courage. A very good mentor and friend is now at peace.

Mike and Linda Estep

11 octobre , 2021

Sorry to hear about Ron’s passing.
We will always remember the wonderful times we had in the Knollwood neighborhood and working together at St. Francis Church. You have our deepest sympathy. Thoughts and prayers.

Mary (Parker) Hegge

10 octobre , 2021

To Ron's family,

Tomorrow I will be with you, watching Ron's funeral mass from here in St. Paul and remembering the wonderful times we had with our four families those many years ago.

There's not much I can add to what's already been said about Ron--the husband, the father, the very person he was, all his unselfish accomplishments, and more.

I have been truly blessed in knowing him and Jeanette and the Doggett kids.

Sending heartfelt condolences and much love,
Mary (Parker) Hegge

Richard Schwartz

10 octobre , 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Ron's passing. He was a wonderful man and a great neighbor, with a wonderful smile and a gracious heart. My deepest condolences to all the family.

Dave Gardner

10 octobre , 2021

Ron was an amazing man, the patriarch of an amazing family. It was such a pleasure to know Ron as the father of our son-in-law Mark and the father-in-law of our daughter, Kathryn Gardner Doggett, and the grandfather of three of our granddaughters, Anna, Lauren, and Kate.

We will miss you Ron. May you Rest In Peace.

Benton and Dave Gardner

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