OBITUARY

Ronald H. Marx

March 2, 1943January 22, 2021

Ronald Hal Marx, 77, of Chardon, Ohio passed away Friday, January 22, 2021 while at his winter home in Rogers. He was born March 2, 1943 in Painesville, Ohio to the late Fred E. and Stella L. (Beech) Marx. Ron was also preceded by his brother, Stanley L. Marx, and his sister, Dorothy L. Marx. Survivors include his loving wife of 56 years, Bonnie L. Marx; his daughters, Ronda L. Dwyer of Chardon, Ohio and Renee A. Marx of Rogers; his grandchildren, Dakota, Dillon and Mick Dwyer, Connor, Keegan and Devin Loza; his great nephew Rusty Chapek; and numerous extended family members and dear friends. Ron graduated from Chardon High and Cleveland State University before beginning his career as a metallurgist. He enjoyed spending time with his family, flea markets, ice cream for breakfast, riding his bicycle around the block and playing with Princess, his papillon. Ron was a kind and loving son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather throughout his life . He was a very generous man with both his time and talents. He will be dearly missed by all, and we are thankful to God that he was a part of our lives. Arrangements are under the care of Callison-Lough Funeral Home in Bentonville. www.CallisonLoughFH.com

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Cathy Dasch

February 5, 2021

Bonnie, Ronda & Renee - I hope you remember me; I worked at the county and knew Bonnie from there. I was sorry to hear about Ron. I didn't know him extremely well but I have memories of him being a really nice guy. You guys were such a great family and your house was full of laughter. I have a picture of Bonnie & Ron at my wedding. I'm sorry we lost touch over the years. My thoughts are with you all at this time.
Cathy (Smith) Dasch

Debra Ackerman

January 28, 2021

Sherry Baron

January 28, 2021

My condolences to your family.

Debra Ackerman

January 28, 2021

Dear Ron... it’s me .. again Deb,
How many times I called on you as a big brother, a dear friend, a steady example, an example of a parent, a constant in my life and now a brother in Christ who will lead the way again to Paradise until our Lord returns and takes us to Heaven. Thank you so much for loving me when I wasn’t so lovable, thank you for your patients, thank you for your contagious laughter, thank you for your giving and sharing the Word of God. I love to think of you with your matching shirts you wore with Bonnie and the scripture you had appliquéd on to start a conversation with anyone willing to know more about salvation through Jesus. Now your robe is white. There are few memories of my childhood and adult life where you were not a large part.
I will miss you dearly and our days here , and cherish each memory with all my heart, so thanks for the memories until we meet again. Love me ... again.. Debra Bea Ackerman

Tracey (Ackerman) Haynick

January 28, 2021

There is so much I could say and not enough space.. uncle Ron truly was an amazing man.. the memories I have of our families spending time together camping, cook outs (especially the shish kebabs at his house) going to horse shows and the fair, getting the entire family together to watch WWF.. uncle Ron making sure every kid that visited his house, had a bike to go on a bike ride.. but most importantly.. he took in his wife’s sisters daughter.. and her 2 yr old daughter.. an obligation that wasn’t his.. but he did it whole heartedly, with love.. and never made me feel like a burden. I was young, and I’m sure grateful but most likely I never fully expressed that.. but I know he knew.. his heart was so big, and full of love.. I know he knew.. he will be deeply missed.

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