Ronald W. Gieski

Dickson City, Pennsylvania

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my deepest sympathy ,Fran, to you and your family. you are in my prayers.

Your light shines bright. Love you. Thank you for your wonderful service to this country. You are so humble, you never told any of us about those medals and honors .

My second Dad , helper thru those awkward years, supporter of all of us "kids", How much you were loved? More than you could fathom. Humble , caring and of course, always loud and yelling with Love. I am so glad you came to visit twice! You got your second chance to see the girls and your son Happy and content like you hoped for. We will take care of Mom like you asked of us.You will be missed. Love you, Rest in peace.

My father was a good and humble man. He was always there for me and his family. I myself served in the military and am greatly proud of him and his service to our country. He leaves us behind but he is now home with Jesus and our father God.

Rest in Peace Ron..

My condolences to the family, I worked with Ron at the University of Scranton and he was a good man.


Ronald's Obituary

Ronald W. Gieski, 85, of Dickson City, died Friday afternoon at his home. He is survived by his wife, Frances C. Ferraro. They celebrated 61 years of marriage.Born in Scranton, he was the son of the late Walter and Mary Smith Gieski. In 1951, he graduated from West Scranton High School. Ron...

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