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Ronald Menei

Southwest Phila., Pennsylvania

Aug 19, 1954 – May 6, 2021 (Age 66)


August 19, 1954
May 6, 2021
Southwest Phila., Pennsylvania


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D'Anjolell Stigale Memorial Home & Cremation Services, Inc. of Aston Obituary

Menei Ronald Menei age 66 of SW Phila. Passed away peacefully on May 6, 2021. Ron worked as was a lifelong produce man and was a manager at John Vena Inc. Born and raised in South Philadelphia, Ron embodied all that was Philadelphia: Hard working and as tough as they come. Ron lived for the...

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Our condolences to all the Menei family. Thinking of you all. Mela and Carlo Rosso and family, Carmelo and Veronica Giuffre, Michael and Lara Giuffre and family

Our condolences to the Menei family on the passing of Ronald Menei.

To All of the Menei Family, Ron is and was an amazing man. May you find peace, joy and happiness in heaven and when we all meet again let the celebrations begin.

Offering Condolences Pat and Joe and family. So sorry.

Ron was a huge part of my life for so many years. He did so much for me over my teenage years, from helping paying my tuition and attending my baseball games. But most of all, he ultimately played a huge role in my transition to adulthood. My mom and Ron may not have been married, but the man was a father figure in my life. There is nothing more respectable than that for me. RIP Ronnie, thank you for having a positive influence on my life. I'll raise a glass of Chivas for you

So sorry to hear of Ron's passing. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Ron's family.
I have many fond memories of Ron and the great times we shared. Ron's quick wit and sense of humor kept everyone around him smiling and were just a few of his great traits . He had a big heart and will be greatly missed by so many.

Ron definitely will be missed . I send my most sincerest condolences to both his family & his friends whom I'm sure are feeling a huge void by the loss of Mr Ron Menei