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Ronald Eugene Weasner

Was born March 27th, 1949 and went home to be with the lord April 2nd, 2013.

He is survived by his children, Kimberly Marie (Rick) Vanover, Ronald Eugene Weasner, Jr., Lucas Jeremiah Weasner; his sisters, Sondra Jean Leeds and Violet Rose Alley-Smith; grandchildren, Miranda, Rick (Aisha), Zack and Wyatt; great-grandson, Euriah; nephew, Michael (Erica) Leeds and his children, Austin, Hunter and Alexis, niece Lauren Alley and her soon to be child. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald Eugene Weasner and Christine Juanita (Billie) Lockhart Weasner. He was married to Connie Thrasher Ray (deceased), mother of Kim and Ronnie Jr., Charlotte Spinks Weasner mother of Luke and Debbie Weasner (deceased).

Ron attended IPS # 46 and George Washington High School. He served in the United States Army During the Vietnam era.

Ron was a unique character, a good son, brother and father. He helped care for his parent in their last years. He was an avid reader and studied American History and Native American Culture. He collected many objects of historical significance and old books and magazines. He loved fishing, hunting and trapping. He had a great concern for our Indianapolis Water Ways and the animals that lived on them. These passions he learned from his father. While not a person to seek out organized religion Ron had a true love and understanding of the Lord and an active compassion for others. This included his friends under the bridges of White River. These things he learned from his mothers. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed being with his friends at his campsite in Rockford, Indiana.

He was a member of the White River Conservation Club, Capital City Conservation Club and Victor Conservation Club. He was also a member of the Indiana Historical Society and the Southside Democrat Club. He regularly attended AA and NA meetings in Indianapolis. While we will miss him, Sandy will miss his daily calls more than most.

Visitation will be at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services , 1604 W. Morris St., 46221 on Monday, April 8, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services will be at 1 p.m., graveside service to follow. Officiating will be Rev. Jan Vanover and Rev David Gibson.

Published in the The Indianapolis Star on Apr. 5, 2013
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