Ronald Lee Stirpak

March 19, 1940August 3, 2019

Born in Elyria, Ohio, March 19, 1940. Raised in West Palm Beach, graduate of Palm Beach High School, Class of 1958. Honorable Discharge from the Navy as Radarman on the USS Allen M Sumner. Retired, electrician by trade, worked for the Palm Beach County School District and head electrician during construction of PBI Airport. Avid hunter who enjoyed his hunting camps and the outdoors. Survived by his children Kimberly Stirpak Bright (Adrian) (Ohio) and John Lee Stirpak (WPB). Sister Nora Wilson (Wellington); niece, Cary VanAntwerp (PBG); niece, Heather VanAntwerp (Satellite Beach); nephew, Brycen VanAntwerp (PBG); grandchildren Kristin Bright (Ohio), Hailee Stirpak (Ohio) and John Stirpak Jr. (WPB).


  • Visitation Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, August 8, 2019


Ronald Lee Stirpak

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Jimmy Moss

August 7, 2019

So sorry to hear the passing of a dear friend.May God give you comfort in this time of sorrow to the family of Ronnie. I will always remember the good times on The Hill and the things we did but shouldn’t and the things we didn’t do but should have!May you Rest In Peace and I pray to see you on other side my dear friend.

Lynne Baldwin

August 6, 2019

I own the house across the street from Ronnie. When he came over to welcome me to the neighborhood, we soon realized we knew each other in high school. Even tho he was a couple of years older, he dated my best friend. He was so adorable and always a very kind friendly person. Everybody liked him. He was very popular and we were proud to know him.

As a neighbor, he was the best. He often came over & kept me company if he saw me doing yard-work. He made work almost fun. When I shared some banana trees, he was genuinely pleased. He was very proud of his yard & would sometimes tease me about mine.

When I visited him in the hospital, he was so sick yet so sweet. He kept thanking me for the flowers and saying nice things. I miss him.