Carl Ronald Wolfe
1938 - 2021
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Carl Ronald Wolfe

Stockport - Carl Ronald "Ronnie" Wolfe, 82 of Stockport, passed away peacefully on January 7, 2021 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus.

Ronnie was born in Deavertown, Ohio on March 20, 1938. He is the son of the late Carl B. and Mary G. (Foraker) Wolfe. He was a 1956 graduate from Philo High School. He worked for 35 years in the computer industry developing manufacturing information systems. He retired in 1991 after 22 years working for D.E.C. "Digital Equipment Corporation" in Sunnyvale, CA. He also worked opening manufacturing plants in Puerto Rico and Albuquerque, NM. After retirement he moved to his farm in Morgan County, Ohio where he opened a lumber business for five years and his own craft business for 25 years.

Ronnie is survived by his wife, Connie (Piccolo) Wolfe, whom he married in 1982; his three children, Karen E. (Chris) Davy, Michael R. (Lupe) Wolfe, Stephen G. (Barbara) Wolfe; his step-son, Andrew G. (Michelle) Patterson; his grandchildren, Lauren Davy, Raichel Wolfe, Amanda (Nick) Lockwood, Allison Wolfe, Brianna Wolfe, Frankie Ann Patterson, and Sam Jacob; his three great grandchildren, Caleb, Decker, and Siena; and his sister, Connie Dawn Graham.

In addition to his parents, Ronnie is preceded in death by his brother, Eugene Lee Wolfe and his sister, Joyce E. Swope.

In keeping with his wishes no services will be observed and he will be laid to rest beside his parents in the Duncan Falls Cemetery. The Farus Funeral Home is caring for the Wolfe family.

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Published in Times Recorder from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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