OBITUARY

Ronald C. Spain

August 2, 1958November 11, 2020

Ronald Clayton Spain was a CPA and Language Business owner. He was a resident of Orlando. He died suddenly on November 11th, 2020 at the age of 62 while battling Pancreatic Cancer for just one month.

Ron is survived by his loving Sons Michael and Anthony Spain; his grandson Adric Spain: his Brother Rick Spain; and Sister Cynthia Garlick. He was predeceased by Wife Anh Dao Vu, Daughter Tiffany Spain, Mother Helen Spain, Father Richard Clayton Spain.

Ron was born in Wooster Ohio on August 2nd, 1958. In high school he was on the football, wrestling, and weightlifting team. He was a Junior Olympian in weightlifting. He graduated at the University of Florida in 1982 with a degree in Accounting. On June 26th 2010 he married his love Anh Dao Vu they did not have a lot of time, but they had a lot of love. He will be buried right beside her.

Ron was a loving father and grandfather. He enjoyed spending time with his family and having adventures. One of his favorite experiences was walking on a glacier with his two sons. He was always the Grandpa that showed up to every important event in Adric's life. He was also the fun Grandpa that loved to spoil Adric with doughnuts every time he stayed the night.

Ron was dedicated to his business and the relationships he built from them. He considered his clients his friends and was always there to talk. He was always looking for ways to help others and make their lives better. He really cared and will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

The viewing is scheduled Wednesday 11/18/20 from 5:30-8:00pm at Baldwin Fairchild Goldenrod at 7520 Aloma Avenue, Winter Park, Florida 32792. The funeral will be Thursday 11/19/20 10:00am at St. Philip Phan Van Minh Catholic Church - 15 W. Par St., Orlando, FL 32804. The burial will follow by escort to Glen Haven Memorial Park at 11:30am.

In lieu of flowers or money Ron would like a donation to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation this is a donation page set up in his honor by his family: https://national-pancreatic-cancer-foundation.everydayhero.com/us/in-memory-of-ronald-spain

We know there are many who want to say their goodbyes and show their respect for Ron, unfortunately due to COVID-19, for the safety of all concerned, it breaks our hearts but we must restrict those coming to the funeral who are completely well. Masks are required. We appreciate your support in this difficult decision. Please visit www.baldwinfairchgoldenrod.com and offer condolences and take a moment to write a tribute.

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Lee Regenhold

November 17, 2020

Ron will be deeply missed by me and many others. Ron was there for everyone around him whether it was business or friendship.

Rest in piece my friend/brother. 😢

Lee

Jose Aguirre

November 16, 2020

Ron was a great person and humanitarian who considered helping family and friends a priority.
He loved spending time with his family and knowing they were happy and comfortable.
As a great friend Ron confided in me when things were good or bad without pulling punches keeping in touch on a regular basis and many times we sat chatting about the past and future.
He enjoyed adventure with his children and had a good sense of humor.
He enjoyed working long hours and his dedication to work was exemplary.
Ron made a positive impact on all he met and will be greatly missed.
God bless you my friend as he welcomes you with open arms.

Don Roberts

November 16, 2020

Deepest sympathies go out to the Spain family. Cousin you will deeply be missed, as I sit here and reflect back on our time together. It didn’t matter if we were running around our farm in Ohio or the beaches in Florida. You always had a smile on your face, willing to lend a helping hand and finding the positive in any situation. Even as our lives have lead us down different paths, it was always nice to pick up the phone for a chat to catch up and share a good laugh together. I feel blessed to have been able to spend time with you, to call you not only my cousin but my friend. It’s with a heavy heart, that I say goodbye, you will forever be in my heart. Until we meet again my friend, I pray god bless your family.

Nicole Spain

November 16, 2020

Ron was an amazing father in law. He was always there to help our family and make us laugh. He loved his grandson so much they loved going to Disney Springs together and hanging out. He always made sure we knew we could count on him. He will be missed beyond words.

Sheila,Tony and Eddie Grammer

November 16, 2020

Our Deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the family. Ron you will be missed by many. We are so grateful for the the time we had with you and will always remember the good times we got to share with you.
Love Tony ,Sheila and Eddie.

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