Ronald-Heitman-Obituary

Ronald Heitman

Willoughby Hills, Ohio

Sep 4, 1940 – Apr 18, 2020

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BORN
September 4, 1940
DIED
April 18, 2020
LOCATION
Willoughby Hills, Ohio
CHARITY
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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age 79, of South Euclid. Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday April 18, 2020. Loving husband of 36 years to Leanne "Lee" (nee McNulty). Devoted father of Matthew, Jennifer (husband Zoltan), Eric, and Mickey (wife Halli). Ronnie was preceded in death by his father, George,...

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Dear Lee and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Ronald's passing. Please know my thoughts, prayers, and much love is sent your way! Please let me know if you need anything! Love Joseph Lanese

To Lee and your family, I am truly sorry to hear of Ron's passing. You met and married the right guy! For sure... Always looked forward to coming to Cleveland for the car show as a vendor from Connecticut and to see you and your family there. My mom left us in 2007 and seven weeks later I met the love of my life after 53 years. That was 13 years ago in July and my parents both would be extremely proud of my choice... Here's my e-mail at [email protected] and my phone number is still the...

Our condolences to Lee, Jen & Family. We enjoyed the many years of 'rocket rides' Ron shared with St. Dominic Church. We will miss him dearly. Thank you for the fond memories.
~ St. Dominic Parish Community

I am sorry to hear of Ron's passing.

Lee & Familly
I was so sorry in hearing of Rons passing. although I have not been able to come to his get together in Aug. we were able to keep in contact at times. Will always remember are days hanging out Manners,Kenney Kings and the Bonfire. It was a great time. He will truly be missed.

Kenny Heitman and family,
My condolences in the loss of your brother and a wonderful man. I remember, Ron brought the the Rocket Ship to Super Kmart, to give rides. Ron spotted me, came over and told me, to get up front with him and ride around. We talked cars, the whole ride. What a wonderful person he was and all of us car guys, are really going to miss him. RIP Ron.

Dear Lee & Family,
What a icon we in Northeast Oh. loss. I always felt when we ran into each other and I would ask what you working on these days. WHAT a motorize unicycle ??? So very sorry.
Robt Schroeder the hairdresser working with Debbie

From the annual hearse leading our Southlyn School Halloween parade to Euclid Beach rocket ship rides for special family celebrations, thousands were entertained by Ron and his collection of "cars"! Thinking of Lee and the family during this most difficult time. Marcia Anselmo

I knew Ron for at least 50 years. My deepest sympathy to his family. What a loss.