Ronda L. Bluler

July 9, 1943August 17, 2020

Ronda Lee Bluler, 77, of Canandaigua, NY unexpectedly passed away August 17th. She was born in Bainbridge, NY of Roland L and Martha (Michael) Bluler on July 9, 1943. She was predeceased by her parents. She is survived by her sister, Judith Ghosh and brother and sister-in-law, William and Roseann Bluler. She is also survived by nieces, Michaelle Prosch Newman, Pamala Prosch, Deborah [Lonnie] Hawkins, Teresa [Jaime] Priest; 12 great nieces and nephews, and 4 great-great nieces and nephews. She resided near her sister, and remained very close with her brother. Phone calls were important to her to stay close. Nothing brought a smile to her face more than her family. Unselfish and caring, she asked for little and gave without conditions. Ronda was very nurturing and provided comfort to people when she was needed.

We will all miss her genuine interest in our families’ lives with loving care and concern for us all. We will always carry the memory of your warmth and love in our hearts.


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James Taylor

August 28, 2020

I met Ronda only one time, but her presence and sweet spirit left an impression on me. There are some people that cross your path, who simply brighten your soul; and this is how I will remember her. Sleep in peace dear one. The world has lost a gem, but your spirit will live on.

Orion Piston

August 28, 2020

I am not ordinarily an emotion type of person, but with aunt Ronda’s sudden death I feel a deep sadness. I have nothing but loving, funny, and touching memories of my aunt. Ronda was not only a relative, but a friend. I don’t really have any memories without having Ronda in my life. This is very hard to get used to. It still doesn’t seem real to me.

You spoiled me aunt Ronda, not only with candy and treats, but with your attention and love. You were always such a hard worker. I remember all the hours at Sunflower and all of the times going in and saying hi, and I remember sometimes you looked so tired and worn out, but you never complained. You’d always smile and ask me how I was doing and want to know about my day. You protected me when I should have gotten in trouble. We can keep all that between us though haha.

When we spoke on the phone last week, I would never have imagined when we said goodbye it would be for the last time. Even though you aren’t here to talk to out loud, you live in my heart and your voice will always be with me.

I love you and we will meet again.

Diana Bogert

August 27, 2020

I didn't personally know Ronda but I heard so much about her through family who adored her and cared for her deeply. It is very sad to hear of her passing and I pray that her family finds comfort in knowing what a remarkable person she was to have been in their lives and how much they benefited from having such a sweet soul bless their family. May they always remember her and honor her life she had while she graced this earth.

pamala Prosch

August 27, 2020

Steven Hart

August 27, 2020

We are all mourning the loss of Aunt Ronda. She was a sweet and loving person that would bend over backwards to try and help those in need. She was incredibly kind-hearted and I will always keep a place in my heart for this wonderful lady.

When we moved across the country, Ronda came with us at a moment's notice, with no planning or afterthought. She just dropped everything and went on a week-long drive across the country, merely because we needed her. That kind of compassion and caring is a very rare thing. She continued to stay with us for a while and she constantly did everything she could to help while she was visiting. We couldn't have asked for a better person to be there for us.

Ronda's kindness and her caring, loving nature meant she was everything a person could want in a family member. We loved her for being the selfless person she was, one who was always showed us generosity, love, and understanding. Ronda will be missed more than words can say.

pamala Prosch

August 27, 2020

My earliest memory with my wonderful Aunt Ronda, were long walks around Harpursivlle. Why I remember those walks so well, is because of the long talks. She would ask me about my day, ask about my feelings ... my thoughts. She made me feel important, even at my single-digit age. :)

Aunt Ronda faced many obstacles and adversity in life ... but she was SO much stronger than she gave herself credit. We never had a conversation without “I love you” being said to me. It was just who she was, her character, her ability to wear her heart on her sleeve.

In the last weeks of her life, I had the opportunity to speak with her several times a day. I will always, always be grateful for this time with her. What a beautiful gift that was given to me.

I believe she is with her beloved parents now, and although that comforts me, it doesn’t take away the pain that I have in my heart. Those of us left behind will miss her more than words can convey. Her phone calls, her cards ... and her pure and loving eagerness to provide comfort to others.

It takes a very special person to hold the hand of someone and provide this comfort, even without spoken words. Aunt Ronda had that ability and shared it with everyone she met.

Thank you Aunt Ronda for being you ... I will always love you. I’ll think of you often, but especially when I hear an Elvis Presley song.

Michaelle Prosch Newman

August 26, 2020

In many ways my Aunt Ronda was at the heart of our family. She always brought her warm, genuine concern, and often a good sense of humor, to every family event. She faced much adversity in her life, but never gave up her smile. We shared a love of animals :-). She especially loved all of our family dogs! I will always remember you waiting outside in any weather to watch and wave as we drove off away from you. Ronda, you were an incredibly strong woman. Thank you for your unconditional love, loyalty and friendship. You are so missed!! Your memory is a shining light in my heart ❤️ Blessed Be!

Jillaine Newman

August 20, 2020

I enjoyed talking to Ronda at family get-togethers. She was a sweet, gentle soul and the world is a better place because she was here. Rest easy, Ronda.

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