OBITUARY

Ronald Richard McCubbin Sr.

December 23, 1945November 5, 2018
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Ronald R. McCubbin, Sr., 72, passed away Monday, November 5, 2018.

Ron was a retired parts salesman for Peterson Truck Sales, a lifetime member of the NRA, a former member of the Republican Committee, and a fan of Notre Dame football.

He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Brenda Meredith McCubbin; children, Rick McCubbin, Jr. (Tara), Kimberly McCubbin, Melissa McCubbin, Amy Campanell (John), and Michael McCubbin (Amber); 7 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren.

His funeral service will be held at 7 pm Wednesday at Heady-Hardy Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Hwy, followed by cremation. Visitation will be from 2:00 pm until the time of the service Wednesday.

Memorial gifts may be made to either the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society or Kosair Charities.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, November 7, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 7, 2018
REMEMBERING

Ronald Richard McCubbin Sr.

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Melissa McCubbin

November 10, 2018

Oh, Pop. Where do I even begin? I know you loved us all so very much. You were never more happy than when we were all together. Glad you are not suffering anymore. I know you were just tired. See you on the other side. Love you.

Abigail Schroeder

November 8, 2018

Oh god Ron, he was the life of the party he always know how to make a person laugh with all of his fart jokes he never failed at putting a smile on my face he was a amazing man he tho he was a pain sometimes he was like a second father to me and I had so many amazing memories with him and I hate to see him go and I know its going to be hard but I know hes in a better place and not suffering anymore I'm glad hes not suffering anymore. I hope he know that I love and miss him dearly and that he will never be forgotten and he always has a place in my heart.

Abigail Schroeder

November 8, 2018

Oh Ron, he was a good man I still remember him on the front pourch drinking his coffee early in the morning and oh god him in his beer he sure loved his beer. Even tho he was pain I still love and miss him but hes in a better place now and I'm glad hes not suffering anymore even tho it hurts to let him go. I had alot of great memories with him.

RICHARD Abell

November 7, 2018

First and only time I have ever seen him light up a cigarette. Took Missy's last one

RICHARD Abell

November 7, 2018

Willie's garage! Where a man never goes thirsty

RICHARD Abell

November 7, 2018

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Amy Campanell

November 7, 2018

My dad was an amazing man, the life of the party! There are so many memories that I could share but it would be at least a book's worth. He, along with my mom, created a wonderful legacy of love and family. He taught me to love people, even through the tough stuff. And as cliche as it sounds, he WAS my first true love. No one is perfect, not even my daddy. But he was perfect for me.

Nancy Sandsky

November 6, 2018

Christmas at the yellow house on 4th Street, always filled with family and friends. Though there were many, I must say the most memorable was the year we were able to spend it with a new 1st cousin to Pop. There was incredible joy and cheer in the air. Pop, I will always love you and the memories will all be kept close to my heart. RIP till we meet again.