Ronald Allen Stubbs

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Ronald Allen Stubbs, 56, of Tracy Way, Brockway, died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, at West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Born on Oct. 9, 1958, in DuBois, he graduated from Brockway Area High School in 1976. The first 27 years of his working life were spent as a laborer for Motion Control in Ridgway. He then attended DuBois Business College and became a college graduate at age 44. He then went to work for Innovative Sintered Metals as a shipping clerk.
Throughout his life he enjoyed a wide range of hobbies including skipping school to play cards, fishing, hunting, coin collecting, bowling and golfing. He was a die-hard Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Pirates fan no matter how disappointing the season.
He was kind-hearted, humorous, low-key, sugar-coated nothing (especially his daughters' cooking) and heroic as the family protector from bugs, birds, and boys.
He is survived by his three little monkeys, Lee Ann Stubbs (Brennan Phillips) of Pittsburgh, Deanna Stubbs, Jessica (Stephen) Arthurs, and girlfriend, Mary Gardner, all of Brockway.
He is also survived by the best mom he ever had, Ella Mae, loving father, Ronald both of Brockway, warm-hearted brother, Kelvin (Sherry) Stubbs of DuBois, and his favorite pair of 40-year-old red sneakers.
He is preceded in death by infant brother Edward Joseph.
A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Carlson-Shugarts Funeral Home in Brockway with the Rev. Terry Felt officiating. Burial will take place in Beechwoods Cemetery in Falls Creek. Memorial donations can be made to Stand Up 2 Cancer.
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Brockway, PA 15824
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Published in The Courier Express from Oct. 16 to Oct. 18, 2014