Ronald L. Liszewski

Ronald L. Liszewski

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Ronald L. Liszewski, age 75, of St. Louis, Missouri, passed away peacefully on May 7, 2018, at his home surrounded by his loving family and devoted friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents Leo J. Liszewski and Esther Eleanor (nee Frost), and a son, Ronald B. Liszewski. He is survived by his wife Patsy; two sons, Clint (Lisa) Williams and Timothy Isaacs; a brother, Raymond (Francine) Liszewski; and a sister, Ruth (Richard) Marcinkiewicz. Ronald was the loving grandfather of Kimberly (Erik) Knefelkamp, Lori (John) Parrett, Michelle (Dan) Fenwick, Monica (Ed) Schroeder, and Theresa Williams, and he was a proud great-grandfather of Kaitlyn, Nicholas, Luke, Scarlett, Alison and Eddie, all of St. Louis, Missouri.

Ronald was born in Madison, Illinois in 1942. He attended Saint Leo Elementary School and graduated from Central High School in St. Louis, Missouri. He served his apprenticeship as a Machinist and Tool & Die Maker at American Can Company. He retired from the St. Louis Post Dispatch in 2005.

Ronald especially enjoyed deer hunting, fishing trips and making wine. He made annual fishing expeditions to Canada and also made a trip to Ketchikan, Alaska. He also enjoyed automobile trips with his wife-Patsy, and friends touring the North and the Southwest. He and Patsy took a cruise of the Hawaiian Islands in 2007 and renewed their wedding vows.

Ronald was a beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, Brother, Uncle, Cousin and Friend. Ron was truly loved by many. “The Loss is immeasurable, but so is the Love Left Behind.”

A memorial Celebration of his Life will be held at a later date.

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  1. Kathy Branson-McKee says:

    Paw Dingy was one of the sweetest, kindest fun loving people I have ever met, he will be missed for sure!!!

  2. Joe knight says:

    A good man ,i didnt know him long but he was caring and kind and a true nice guy. Ron will be missed. And i know he was loved by many. Rest in peace my friend.. and know we will always be there for your wife patsy.

  3. Mary Branson says:

    Dearest Patsy and family, So very sorry to hear about Ron. I know what you are going thru. Your love and memories of Ron will help you. He was a very kind and sweet guy to Ron and I, and could see how much you and his family ment to him. May God be with you at the time of your loss and always. Much love and prayers. Mary nanny Branson

  4. Jo and Alan Burtick says:

    Even though we knew Ron only a short period of time, he had a huge impact on our lives, and we are forever grateful that God had put him in our path. He was a wonderful man and we are honored to have had the privilege of calling him our friend. May he rest in peace. Much love, Jo and Alan

  5. Diana Muhs says:

    Pat; My deepest sympathy on the passing of your husband Ron ( neighbor and friends of my Mom Evelyn Reker & Joe Reker). I am glad that I was able to sit a moment with you and your family and friends and visit a spell on picture day. Mom sent me the picture show of the celebration of Ron and your lives. Beautifully done presentation of the wonderful lives you lived together. Thank You for letting me into your lives and Sharing with me the joy you lived with Ron, family and friends. Love; Diana Muhs

  6. Andy Gorgen says:

    Patsy, my deepest condolences to you and your family. Ron was such a great guy, always in great spirits, and I always looked forward to our conversations. Sending thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

  7. Sondra Sterling says:

    To my Dearest Patsy, I was very Blessed to have had the privilege of having Ron and You in my life! He took over the spot in my heart where I had a hole. He was truly the kindest, sincere, most loving “GENTLEMAN” I have ever had the pleasure of knowing! He will forever be in my heart! I am a better person for having known he and you! I Love You Both!! Ron God Speed!!❤️

  8. KathyMcGreevy says:

    Oh Dear Patsy, You have been a pastoral care taker for many as a sojourner on this earth. We pray that God gives you the peace you have earned in all you do and in the loss of such a good man. Ron’s pictures took me through a good 40 + years of sharing stories of your and Ron’s lives — the best the bleak, the difficult and the happy times you have lived together. Know that he is always with you and that you can talk with him anytime, day or night. Your love will ever change as God keeps you both in his care. Love and prayers for you as always.
    Kathy