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Ronald Jawidzik
  • July 09, 1943
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  • January 27, 2021

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Ronald G. Jawidzik age 77 went home to live with Jesus on January 27th, 2021 in The Villages Hospital Lady Lake Florida.

Ronnie is survived by his wife Virginia, his sons Ronald A. Jawidzik, Scott A. Jawidzik, Peter M. Jawidzik-Furr, Kris T. Jawidzik, his stepson Stephen Krsnak Wilson and daughters in law Dina Jawidzik, Kathie  Wilson, Karol Ubhaus and son in law Robbie Jawidzik Furr. His Grandchildren  Austin, Alexis, Tyler,  Trevor, Cameron, Shea, Brandon, Connor, Haleigh, Chloe,  Mitchell, Annika, Ava.  His great -grandchildren Bradley and Bentley and his brother Walter and sister in law Lorraine.

Ronnie is preceded in death by his Father Walter A. Jawidzik, Mother Mary Bara Jawidzik and his first wife Sharon Zajac Jawidzik.

Ronnie graduated South River High School in South River, N.J. in 1962 and immediately enlisted in the USMC. He was All Marine in 1963-1964 and deployed to Vietnam in 1966-1968. He was later stationed in Manchester, N.H. on recruiting duty and retired from the military in 1984. He was employed by Merchants Nissan as Leasing Mgr. and retired from there in 2004. He lived in Hooksett, N.H. for most of his adult life.  Ronnie enjoyed puzzles; fishing, traveling and volunteering with Veterans. Ronnie loved his family and friends and will be deeply missed by all.

Funeral will be held at the Boscawen Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen, N.H. on July 9th at 10:30 A.M.  All are welcome to attend. The family would like to thank everyone for their heartfelt condolences.

Memorial donations may be made to The Viet Nam Veterans of America Chapter 992 P.O.Box 983, Hillsborough, N.H. 03244 – http://www.vva992.org/


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  1. Mary Anne Warnowicz Papp says:
    25 Jun 2021
    Dear Ginny
    What a wonderful cousin Ronny was. Always fun to talk to throughout the years. I remember how handsome he was in his uniform. I loved taking care of Marines while I was a physician in the Navy and Ron was a perfect Marine.
    May all his family find peace and love at this time and take comfort from the memories shared.

  2. Joanne Galganski says:
    17 Jun 2021
    Dear Ginny and all of Ron's family, Ron was my cousin and I have wonderful memories from our childhood. Ron was always with Dziadzi Gog plotting and planning and I would follow them and was told "no girls allowed". Ron and I reconnected again 20 years ago and I enjoyed having conversations with him. Ron had the gift of gab and people gravitated to him. He was a loving and caring man and we were all lucky to him in our life. He cheered me up when I was diagnosed with lung cancer. Thank you, Ginny, for taking such good care of Ron all these years. Love you and will miss you, Ron, but I still have all the wonderful memories!

  3. Joanne Galganski says:
    17 Jun 2021
    Dear Ginny and all of Ron's family, Ron was my cousin and we had wonderful memories from our childhood. Ron was always with Dziadzi Gog plotting and planning. I used to follow them to see where they would go and was told "no girls allowed". In the past 20 years we reconnected more often. I enjoyed talking with Ron and he cheered me up when I was diagnosed with lung cancer. He had the gift of gab and people gravitated to him. He was such a caring, loving man. Thank you, Ginny, for taking such good care of him all these years. I'll miss hearing his voice but I still have all the memories! Love you, Ron!

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