OBITUARY

Ronald Charles Ubel

July 19, 1939November 17, 2016

Arrangements under the direction of McGilley Antioch Chapel, Kansas City, MO.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, November 30, 2016
REMEMBERING

Ronald Charles Ubel

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Phil Rogers

March 12, 2017

I met Ron many years ago when our group Rogers Brothers Heritage was looking for a place to record.What a great experience to be able to work with Ron and Grant in Soundtrek and grow under their remarkable experience. I can remember Ron's smile when explaining the process of multi-track recording. We were really green and new to the professional recording venue. That was the start of a business friendship that is still as important today as it was at that time. We miss Ron and thank him for the years of recording along with Grant and his untouched knowledge of everything electrical---etc. etc. etc. We will truly miss this recording icon in KC.

Gary Sivils

December 5, 2016

Ron Ubel..
My "soulbrother"
The "soundman"

Here is to a life well lived & recorded ..
My love always ..sleep well my friend.
GARY SIVILS

November 29, 2016

Ron, you are a true treasure for Kansas City! I had the pleasure of recording my first two releases with you. I'll never forget what I learned or the wonderful experiences I had recording with you. Abundant blessing to your loved ones!
Angela Hagenbach KCMO

Pat Wilson-Maxwell

November 28, 2016

Dear Ron...what a sad day, because we lost you. You were a wonderful part of jazz in KC for these many years, always smiling and encouraging...and, can't forget generous. I always looked forward to our Happy Birthday calls. You will always hold a special musical and personal place in my heart. ~ Pat Wilson

Gary Starnes

November 28, 2016

Ron, what a class act! Ron and Grant opened up their Studio to two guys eager to record Contemporary Christian music in the Kansas City area. Always ran a clean and tight ship at Soundtrack, that attention to detail is what attracted us to form a relationship with Ron and Grant! Thanks for the great memories and the relationship that was formed. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Gary Starnes and Curt Bartlett

Bill Crain

November 26, 2016

Analog from now on Ron. I'll miss you.

Todd Strait

November 25, 2016

My thoughts and prayers are and will be with Ron and his family and friends this day. Regrettably I am out of own the day of the service.
We lost a Great One.

Doug Auwarter

November 25, 2016

My history with Ron began even before he came to KC. I used to occasionally go to Omaha to record jingles for Dave Izzard and Ron was always the engineer. It was fantastic news when it was announced that Ron would come to KC to open a new studio. Thus began a new age for recording in our city. It's a personal honor that I played on the very first recording done at 3727 Broadway. Ron was always extremely encouraging and it was a delight to work with him. I'll always remember his warm smile whenever I arrived to set up for a session. This is the saddest of news that we've lost him. Also sad, that because of my classroom teaching schedule I'll miss his memorial service. But we all have countless memories of times making historical recordings with him which will continue his legacy for generations to come.

Starr Anderson

November 22, 2016

Ron taught me so much about how to be a voice over artist. He was the engineer at the beginning of my career. Could not have been successful without him. He was so wonderful and supportive!

Justin Wilson

November 22, 2016

Ron has become family who I had the privilege of spending almost each day with over the last 10 years working with him at the studio. He was the biggest influence in my life, mentor and friend. I will miss him so much. We carry on his legacy through his records he made and future works in his honor. Love you my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY