OBITUARY

Ronald Leo Montroy

March 8, 1932March 25, 2020
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Ronald Leo Montroy, age 88, passed away on March 25, 2020 in Marietta, Georgia. Ronald was born on March 8, 1932 to the late Mary and Leo Montroy, in Ogdensburg, New York.

Ronald served in the United States Army and fought courageously in the Korean War. Ronald earned many medals and among them were the bronze star medal with valor. On October 10, 1955 Ronald married Theresa Richard and they spent the next sixty-five years together before his passing. Ronald served in the Bohemia Fire Department on Long Island, New York for 18 years, becoming a captain for Engine Company #2.

He retired from working for the Connetquot school district and moved to Georgia to be close to family. He enjoyed many woodworking projects and gardening in his spare time. He often would make pens to give to his family and friends, played pool, played softball, and bowled into his sixties.

A memorial service to honor Mr. Ronald Montroy will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2020 at 9:30AM from the Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends on Saturday, September 5, 2020 from 9:00 AM until the service begins. Along with Theresa, Ronald is survived by his sons, Ronald and Gregg; daughters, Pamela and Karen; sister, Donna; twelve grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild.

Please leave condolences with the family at www.winkenhoferpineridgefuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, September 5, 2020

  • Celebration of Life and Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 5, 2020

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Diana Mercier

September 12, 2020

I am never very good at what to say when people pass. Uncle Ron was always there to help, he would come over on weekends with his tool belt and help family with building projects. Always had a smile and helping hand he will be missed. Love and prayers to the family
Diana Mercier (Bronson)

Cecelia Bogart

September 3, 2020

Karen & Tom & Family,

Please know that you are in our prayers, and our hearts are with you as you hold Roy's service. What an amazing man who accomplished so much in his lifetime and left a legacy of a loving family. Sending love and prayers to all.

Love,
Bob & Cecelia Bogart

Lindsey Wright

September 3, 2020

Grandpa,
You were such a well respected, humble, and wonderful man. No one could come close to all of your great accomplishments you achieved throughout your lifetime. You stayed young at heart from dressing up in full costume for holidays, hanging at the pool hall, trips to the casino, and woodworking some amazing pieces. You will be missed and honored by so many people.
Love Always, Lindsey

charles dufore

September 2, 2020

I have a lot of great memories with my father in law over the years from horeshoes, to bowling, and playing cornhole. Plus many parties and get togethers and family functions. You will be missed but never forgotten in my heart. I,ll meet you someday at the casino and have a beer .

Theresa Montroy

September 2, 2020

To My Husband, Until death do us part. Your loving wife, Theresa

Karen McCann

September 2, 2020

Dad, You will always be in a special place in my heart. I will miss your smile and the way your face lit up when you would see me. We had a special bond and I will always consider myself a "daddy's girl". Thank you for all the good memories growing up and all the support you have given us throughout the years. You were a great father and I feel blessed to have had such a special relationship with you. Talk to you in my prayers. Love Always Karen

Donna Davenport

September 1, 2020

Pam, I remember the many stories you told about your Dad when we worked together (especially his Santa job). He was definitely an incredibly talented man who I know you loved very much. So sorry for your and the family’s loss.

Terri Alvey

September 1, 2020

Ron was the sweetest man. Always had the biggest smile. We shared a love of playing the games. Makes me smile when I think of him playing. He will be truly missed❤️

Kathy and Tim McCann

March 31, 2020

Tim and I are so sorry for your loss. Ron was a dear, sweet man that will always be remembered with smiles on our faces and in our hearts. We are thinking of you all, sending prayers and continuing to pray for peace for the Family.

FROM THE FAMILY

Gregg and Dad

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Gregg and Dad

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Gregg, Dad, and Ronnie at Gregg's wedding.

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Kenny, Dad, Judy and Theresa at Jacqueline's wedding.

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Santa, Brandon and Theresa on Christmas Eve.

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Grandpa and Joseph.

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Dad with Gregg in Upstate New York.

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Jimmy Bronson and dad.

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Hand crafted pens dad made on the lathe.

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Theresa and Ron on airplane to Hawaii.

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Ron, Theresa, Pat and his brother Gene.