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Ronald J. Bartocci

Chili, New York

Age 78

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Ronald J. BartocciChili - Friday, September 11, 2020 at age 78. Survived by his wife of 57 years, Mary; children, Jeff (Diane), Dawn (Kevin) Dowd and Christopher (Heather); grandchildren, Alexandra, Davey, Madison, Sophia, Rocco, Ava and Stella; brother, Robert Bartocci; niece and nephews,...

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Dear Mary and family, I am are so sorry to hear about Ron's passing. I worked at Kodak with Ron for 25 years. I enjoyed our talks about Penn State football and Nascar. But most of all I enjoyed our political discussions! He also taught me how to make Sunday sauce....he was a good man.

So sorry to hear about Ron’s passing. Ron and I worked at Kodak in the mechanical group, we shared a love for sigars , I also found out that his father came from Gubbio in Italy near where I was born. My condolences to his family

Dear Mary and family, I was shocked to hear of the passing of Ron. Ron and I worked many years at Kodak on the "Document Feeder Team" and many other projects. He was always a pleasure to be around. Ron always got a chuckle when I called his Penn State football team the "nifty lions". You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Mary and family, so sorry for your loss. Ron and I spent many weekends traveling down to central Pennsylvania for Penn State football games. Win or lose he loved being outdoors around the mountains of PA.
Those were great times that I'll always remember. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Ron and I ran the bus trip to the NASCAR race at Michigan together for many years. We always had fun and Ron was so organized. We also spend many years together in engineering at Kodak and he was a pleasure to work with. He will be missed

Dawn & Family,

Do not cry, he's only away, gone to heaven forever to stay.He left his earthly life one sunny day when angels took him away.

He now lives in the land of heavenly bliss, plays in fluffy clouds and golden mist.

He flys down the milkey way on gossimer wings, listens to an angel choir as they sing.

Ron is at peace now, and lives with our Lord. There he'll dwell forever more.

Some day we'll be together again, when I meet...

Gene & I were sorry to hear about Ron's passing. We send our condolences and prayers to your family.
Gene & Barbara Ahl

Sorry for your loss. I loved talking Nascar with Ron in the 1990's. I remember our Michigan bus trips to the races!