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Ramon W. Obringer

November 26, 1930January 31, 2020

On Friday, January 31, 2020, Ramon W. Obringer, age 89, of Ross Twp. Preceded in death by his beloved wife Lois H. (Eckert) Obringer; he is survived by loving children Ramon W. Obringer, Jr., Randy W. Obringer, Valerie G. Jazbinsek (Rich) and Vanessa G. Garrity (Chris); 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Ray was a proud, life-long member of the Knights of Columbus. An avid sports fan, he especially loved bowling. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tues., Feb. 4 at 10 AM in St. Alexis Church, Wexford. Memorials in Ray’s memory are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Online condolences may be offered at HealyHahnFuneralHomes.com.


  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, February 4, 2020


Ramon W. Obringer

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Patty Kramer

February 4, 2020

To my cousins Ray , Val, Vanessa, and Randy, I and sending you my Love and good times we had in your back yard. God Bless You and your families. Stay strong. Love you cousin As you guys know me Patsy and Harry Kramer.

Valerie Jazbinsek

February 3, 2020

Dad I don’t know what to say but I’m going to miss you so much, being together everyday for over 2 years. It was a privilege taking care of you, I never saw it as a burden at all and I feel so lucky I got to know you in a different light as an adult, something others missed out on, oh well. I told you that you would never be alone and you never will. We will be together again and I will see Mom too. You were a wonderful father to me and grandfather to my kids, I will love you always, until we are together again ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Chris Garrity

February 3, 2020

Hey Dad,
I know we only had 20+ years together, but every day was special and fun. I will always remember our sports conversations, life and the 'fun' things you did, even the with the little trouble makers, aka the kids. You and Mom raised an incredible family, even though, some went on to different paths and not the same path we were all on. I especially thank you for allowing me to be a part of your family, especially with your youngest daughter, Nessi. She is an amazing person, ... strong, caring, loving, fun, smart, wise, and a lot of who you are. She is my best friend, my soulmate, and my partner, and 'partner in crime' too. I will always love her, take care of her and protect her as you always did. I will miss you dearly and look forward to the time where we can talk, laugh and play a little game of Black Jack. I am so glad you finally made it down to us in GA and had a wonderful time with all of us. I will never forget our Black Jack games on the pack deck, you, your kids and your grand children. I love you and will miss you ....until we see each other again..... Chris

Aislinn Garrity

February 1, 2020

Grandparents are special people who deserve their own category of greatness. The endless love and giving is something they don’t ever think twice about. You’ve always been a role model to me. Someone I continually admired. I guess I never thought about what it would be like when you would no longer be here. You have always been such a key part of my life, and such a steadfast and healthy part; I never let myself consider what it might be like once you were no longer here with us. This hurts.. but It’s never goodbye.. just see you later. Give Grandma O a hug and kiss from me. Rest in paradise xoxo.

Vanessa Garrity

February 1, 2020

I can't believe you are gone. As your youngest child, I thought you would be here forever. I miss you terribly already. It wasn’t always perfect and you drove me crazy at times, but what relationship is perfect, what family is perfect… you were my dad and to me that was all that mattered. I choose to remember all the wonderful times, the great things you did for me and my family, and you being there as a father, which you were always there no matter what. I have many wonderful memories with you and all the years you got with my kids means more to me than you could ever understand, especially since we lost mom so young (by the way, give her a big hug and kiss for me.). I will miss you and love you always… until we meet again.
Your daughter

Megan Garrity

January 31, 2020

In this picture, not only was it the first you had held Auriella, but the first time we had met. You were so kind and funny. I'll always be sad that we didn't have once last chance to play black jack as a family on a warm summer night. Thank you for sharing your amazing family with me.