OBITUARY

Ronald Arthur Squier

April 11, 1926June 22, 2018

Ron Squier passed away June 22, 2018 peacefully in his sleep. Visitation will be from 6 to 8:00 p.m., Thursday, June 28th at Ankeny Funeral Home (1510 W. First St. Ankeny, IA 50021). Memorial services will be held Friday, June 29th at 10:30 a.m., at Ankeny First United Methodist Church – Faith Chapel (7384 NW 16th St, Ankeny, IA 50023).

Ron was born on April 11, 1926, in Rockford, IA to Merle and Mildred (Marchant) Squier. He graduated from Rockford High School in 1944. Upon graduation, Ron served his country in the US Navy until 1946. After his discharge, Ron returned to Rockford where he made his living self-employed with Squier Dairy and Squier Furniture Stripping.

In Ron’s free time, he enjoyed fishing, trapping and hunting. After retiring, he enjoyed traveling to Navy reunions and Trappers conventions. Ron was a member of the American Legion and Masonic Lodge. Ron was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret and daughter, Ronda. Survivors include his daughter, Marcia and granddaughter, Danielle (Dan Bench).

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Ronald Arthur Squier

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Kim Stewart

June 28, 2018

Ron held a special place in my heart this last year, and still does. I enjoyed just visiting with him about the day to day things as well as hearing stories from his days of growing up. He shared stories of hunting with a good friend of his who happened to be a doctor, which led to many discussions on healthcare then vs now. I always looked forward to our visits. I hadn’t seen Ron for a couple of months and had planned to visit him the Saturday after he passed on Friday. We didn’t get our visit, but I knew Ron had a strong faith and was ready whenever our Lord called him home. No. more struggles my friend. Prayers for Marcia and Danielle.

Mike Long

June 27, 2018

Ron helped me for many years with the kids straw scramble at the Iowa Trappers conventions. When it was over he used his metal detector and helped the kids find a few more coins, always making sure those coins were put in the jar for the next year. He also helped judging a scavenger hunt. But far more than that, he was my good friend. We will be at the Fur Taker Conv. and wont be at the funeral. He will be missed.... Mike and Linda Long.

Bob Ehrhardt

June 26, 2018

So very sorry to read about the loss of your Dad. My wife and I got to know Ron and his wife while we were working at Waterloo Greyhound Park. He was always so positive about everything we visited about! We have visited by e-mail several times a year for the past years. A fine gentleman and who would do anything to help a person in need. We will truly miss your loved one!

Janet Bottleman

June 26, 2018

Marcia Jo & Danielle,

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I can remember sitting around your supper table as kids eating turtle for the first time! It was so good, too. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Always,
Janet (Biekert) Bottleman

Jean Purcell

June 25, 2018

So sorry to hear about uncle Ron (aka uncle Dudley) I have many found memories of spending time with your parents and yourself. May god bless, and take care

FROM THE FAMILY