Swan Funeral Home

80 East Main Street, Clinton, CT


Ronald W. Altmannsberger

March 15, 1940September 9, 2020

Ronald W. Altmannsberger was born on March 15, 1940 and passed away on September 9, 2020 and is under the care of Swan Funeral Home.

Calling Hours will be held on September 12, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Swan Funeral Home, 80 E Main St, Clinton, Connecticut.

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  • Calling Hours

    Saturday, September 12, 2020


Ronald W. Altmannsberger

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Edie Kuhn

September 13, 2020

Saying goodbye to my last sibling and brother is very difficult. My last memory is talking with him just a few days before he died. For that I am grateful.
The thought of being with all my siblings someday brings me a great deal of comfort. I will miss Ronnie very very much.
Your loving & last sister, Edie

John Bean

September 12, 2020

Many good memories with Uncle Butch working with him at the Lee Company and playing darts. My favorite conversations were just him and I talking about family. He always made me laugh. My deepest condolences to Sherri and family, as well as Rob and Marty.

Esterina Anderson

September 12, 2020

Our hearts go out to your family. We will remember Ron as loud, funny, and very kind. Love Esterina, Tom & Gabby

James Bradley

September 12, 2020

Ron and I went to Morgan High School, in the same class of 1958. I was one of the Westbrook students. Unfortunately, we lost contact with each other across the decades.

My heartfelt sympathies go out to you, Ron’s family. My regret is that I live halfway across the country and cannot be there to honor my friend from so long ago.

Rest in heavenly peace my friend; we will talk about the old days when we meet again.

Wendy Harbour

September 11, 2020

I am his eldest daughter. For those that are planing on attending the viewing, please note the correct time is 2pm - 5pm.

Sharon & Clark Cannon

September 11, 2020

Dear Karen and Family,
So sorry for your loss. I still remember when Ron, you, and Candance took time out of your vacation to visit us in Kentucky . During our visits to Clinton, we enjoyed getting to know the 3 of you. All we can say is a kind, welcoming, one of the kindest men will be missed.
We pray the Lord wraps his arms around your entire family and you can find comfort.
Love, Clark and Sharon, Susan and. Bianca

Marcia/Ray Harris

September 11, 2020

Dear Karen and Family, So very Sorry to hear about Uncle Butch. Raymond has so many great memories especially when they went South. Our condolences.

Barbara Green Kelsey

September 10, 2020

So sorry to hear of Ron's passing. My deepest condolences to the Altmansberger family. I lived next door to them for many years and remember Ronnie as a youngster. He was always a nice kid growing up. I am sure he will be missed by many.

Thomas (Sandy) Foster

September 9, 2020

Karen and Family, My deepest condolences on your loss, I know Ron will be greatly missed. Ron was a great friend and neighbor, He was always there when needed. Rons' help and words of sympathy and encouragement were greatly appreciated when I lost Pauline. Let us remember the good times and keep him in our memory. Rest assured, Ron will be watching over us as we continue on our journeys.
GOD BLESS, Sandy Foster


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