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Ronald "Ronnie" Fredric Santiago

November 28, 1944April 29, 2019
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Ronald "Ronnie" Fredric Santiago was born on November 28, 1944 and passed away on April 29, 2019.

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Granddaughter Vanessa, great grandkids Dominic, Destiny, King, Christian, Babii, Jourdan

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Grandson Ruben, wife Megan and great grandkids Noah, Nathaniel, Lilly, Lucas, Lil Ruben

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Daughter Rachel and Son-In-Law Joseph - My dad renewal our vows on November 10, 217

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Granddaughter Vanessa

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Granddaughter Vanessa, great grandkids Dominic, Destiny, King, Christian, Babii, Jourdan

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Grandson Ruben, wife Megan and great grandkids Noah, Nathaniel, Lilly, Lucas, Lil Ruben

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Great Grandson Nathaniel

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Grandson Ruben

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Grandson Richard

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Granddaughter Vanessa

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Daughter Rachel and Son-In-Law Joseph - My dad renewal our vows on November 10, 217

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Grandson Richard

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Granddaughter Vanessa

Biography

Ronald Fredric Santiago

Ronald Fredric Santiago, 74, passed away on Monday, April 29, 2019 at his Oxnard home with his family close by his side. Ronald was born November 28, 1944 in Oxnard, California.
Ronald married the love of his life Mary Sally Amaro on May 4, 1962.
As a child, one of his favorite places to be at was at the Sespe Ranch in Fillmore where he would play with his cousin in the creek and in the riverbed. He also loved to play basketball and was the catcher on his baseball team.
In 1965 Ronald started working in construction. He was a man of all trades and became very educated and knowledgeable within this field. Later on, he decided to become self-employed and open his own construction company. He was able to build a high profile clientele and work in high value homes and building projects. One of his many great and exciting work projects was when he was remodeling a structure on the Santa Monica Pier and he met a cast member from the 1960’s T.V. Show “Hawaii Five-0”.
In the early 80’s Ronald attended The Spiritual Center College to obtain his ministry license. Around 1982 he obtained his ministry license and started his new adventure while still operating his construction company. He soon opened his ministry named Pneuma Ministry. During this time, he also started a boxing program for the city youth with the intent to get the youth off the streets, “Chabad Boxing You Believe” which stood active for 4 years. He was well known and respected in his community and was called ’Pastor Ron’.
Ronald enjoyed sharing the word of God. He also loved to talk about politics and religion for which he had a strong belief. He also enjoyed spending time with his beautiful wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. When time permitted, he would enjoy taking his wife on road trips to New Mexico and anywhere else his wife wanted to go.
Ronald is preceded in death by his two oldest children, Ronald F. Santiago, and Sally Bernhardt and survived by his wife Mary Santiago, 3 daughters: Gloria Santiago, Rachel Clancy, Susan Santiago Conk and 9 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren

“We admire our dad, because not only did he love us, but he also instilled in us a core value system that defined who he was”

~You will always be in our hearts because in there you’re still alive~