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September 20, 2018

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February 28, 2018
My condolences to your family on the loss of your son and brother. It takes me back to the Little Caesar's squirt and pee wee hockey teams and games at Winter Wonderland. Those days oftentimes seem like they occurred in a different life. It was a very nice and enjoyable time in many lives. So sorry we lost touch over the years.
February 28, 2018
To My Childhood Friend Marian~~ there is great sadness in my heart for the loss of your child Ronald. My thoughts and prayers go out to you
and pray for God to be with you in mind and spirit to help sustain you in the days ahead.
With Much Love, Mara


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February 27, 2018
Ron was the best man in our wedding. He made the entire event so fun. My husband adored him and his entire family. We will never forget his love, kindness, generosity and mostly we will never forget him. Rest In Peace Ron! Love Artee and Cathy
February 27, 2018
I have many great memories of Ron. Playing hockey with Ron was a blast. He was a great teammate, always there to back you up and stand up when you were outnumbered in the corner. He was not afraid to fight even against a bigger player, it didn't matter. He was a good player, too. Scrapper, worked the corners, battled in front of the net, always willing to do the dirty work to score a goal. When I moved to Colorado in 1986, Mike Jr. & Ron were living in Denver and took me under their wing. Spent a lot of time with Ron at his property at Mt. Evans. He loved that property. We would go up there and he would walk off where his house was going to be and where each detail of the house would be. I remember taking Ryan & Michael, Ron's two boys who he adored, to Water World in Denver. We spent the whole day going on the water rides. We had a blast, and Ron really enjoyed having fun with his two boys. Afterward we went out for a great dinner and he looked at me and said "that was a great day"! It was a great day!
Ron came down to our opening in Pueblo for store#1 and I was nervous as anyone, opening the first store. But Ron came into the store and gave me a great pep talk on how much fun it was going to be and how it was going to be a great location. He brought me a lot of comfort in making the 2 hour drive and give me a shot in the arm, as well.
Ron was a very kind person and a great friend to me. He would do whatever he could to help people if he saw someone that needed help, a very generous man. His great sense of humor, that was always a positive thing when I was with Ron. He could get me laughing and change the outlook for the day. Ron loved his brother Mike Jr. very much. They would always stand up for each other, whether in a hockey game or on the street, if you messed with Ron you were going to have Mike Jr. right there, as well. If you messed with Mike Jr., you were going to have Ron coming after you. They were great brothers that always backed each other up. I remember going to the house on Sebago Lane back in the 70's and play pool for hours. Mike & Ron would get on their instruments and play music, swim in the pool and just have so much fun! Those were great times shared with Ron & Mike Jr. The generosity of the Ilitch family ran deep, and I was blessed to be a recipient of that generosity many times over the years. Ron had that generosity in his blood that was part of the Ilitch DNA. Help whoever he could whenever he could, as often as he could. That is what I remember and will never forget about my dear friend, Ron. May he "Rest in Peace".
Sincerely,
Dave Feamster