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Ronald P. Jesko

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September 05, 2014
Uncle Ronnie was an incredible man! I always looked up to Mom's big brother. His stories were always interesting and I loved hearing his big voice. He was so endearing! I am still so thankful that my own family had a chance to spend a little time with him. He and Aunt Alice have been so kind to each of us. We will miss you for sure, Uncle Ron! Love you, Aunt Alice!
August 06, 2014
Our love and sympathy to the Jesko family. The Eating Club with a Bowling (or Golf) Problem will be ongoing and sharing many, many memories of outings we were grateful to be a part of. Ron is still in our bedroom (yes, Alice); the RCA stereo cabinet he converted into a storage chest is appreciated every day and is filled with some of those memories. You know he will continue woodworking, bowling, and golfing as he looks down upon his family and friends.
Love to you & yours, Alice, from
The Byrd's in Port Saint Lucie, FL
August 06, 2014
Dear Alice,
Gene & I were so sorry to hear about Ron. What a great person and friend. We will never forget the good times we shared. I have very special memories with both of you. I see our picture everyday ( on the fridge) at Lake Tahoe, one of my favorite memories.
Love,Betty & Gene
July 31, 2014
I remember helping Dad around the house, and learning a lot about repairs and life. He passed a strong work ethic on to all of his children. When Dad was around, you knew you were safe, and when you asked a question, you knew you would get the right answer. Dad was the smartest person I have ever known, and I miss his wisdom. He was stubborn, and his children inherited that, too, but since he was always right, it didn't seem to matter. He did not suffer fools gladly, and we could use more of that in this world. I miss his guidance, and sense of humor, and the sound of his reassuring voice. I love you, Dad.
July 28, 2014
I always told people that my Daddy could do anything. He was the ultimate do-it-your-self guy! But his real passion was in his woodworking. I remember how he would save me from doing "girl chores" and I loved every minute of sawing, hammering and sanding things with him. He would not let me drive a car until I could change the oil and a tire. All the skills he taught me really came in handy when I had my motorcycles! Daddy, I truly miss all those times and talks. I will always remember these truths you passed down:
1. You get what you pay for.
2. If you're going to do something, do it right the first time.
3. Measure twice, cut once.
4. Engage your brain before you put your mouth in gear.
You will always be in my heart. I love you.

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