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Ronald G. Myers

March 23, 1933 ~ May 17, 2020 (age 87)


Ronald G. Myers

 LEIPSIC - Ronald G. Myers, 87, of Leipsic, died Sunday May 17, 2020 at Mercy Health St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima. He was born in rural Putnam County on March 23, 1933 to the late Glen and Grace (Beck) Myers. On June 22, 1952 he married Wanda J. Jennings. She survives in Leipsic.

 Ronald is survived by his children: Stan (Polly) of Ottawa, Frank (Dr. Mary Ann) of Glandorf, and Zac (Karen) of Lewistown, Illinois; his grandchildren: Brett (Meliza) Myers, Casey (Randi) Myers, Cory (Sara) Myers, Neil Myers , Dr. Alisa (Chad) Marzec, Veronica (Dustin) Geier, and Luke (Kaitlyn) Myers;  his brothers Ramon (MaryJoe), Jerry (Mary Ann), Dick (Phyllis), Al (Sherry), and Mike (Alice); his sisters: Sara Fry and Kathy (Steve) Radabaugh;  his sister-in-law: Janet (Bob) Myers; his brother-in-law: Jerry (Georgia) Jennings;  plus 11 great-grandchildren.

 He is preceded in death by his son: Roger and daughter-in-law: Rhonda (Neeley) Myers; his brothers: Bob Myers and Dennis Myers;  his sisters: Helen Myers, Darlene Myers, and Kay Amos : his brother-in-law: Ron (Kay) Amos, and brother-in-law Wayne (Sara) Fry: his sisters-in-law: Mona Jennings and Mary Ann Combs and brother-in-law: Junior Combs.

 Ron was a 1952 graduate of McComb High School where he excelled in football, basketball, and fast pitch softball.  He served our country during the Korean War era, twice receiving orders to deploy to Korea, but the orders were rescinded each time due to cease fire agreements. Ronald also excelled as the captain of his Army Post’s fast pitch softball team. After his stint in the Army , Ron worked for Radio Hospital in Lima, Buckeye Sugars in Ottawa and Stanley Steel/Cold Metal Products in Ottawa. He was a member of the American Legion, the Korean War Veteran’s Association as well as the Findlay Amvets. Ronald was a member of the Ottawa Missionary Church. He enjoyed the Honor Flight out of  Findlay, as well as participating in and watching all sports.  He pitched fast pitch until the age of 56 and was an avid Indians, Browns, and Buckeye fan. 

 Funeral and burial services are pending, due to the current pandemic. The arrangements are under the direction of LOVE-HEITMEYER FUNERAL HOME, Leipsic.

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