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Ronald R. Eshenbaugh


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Ronald R. Eshenbaugh Obituary
Ronald R. Eshenbaugh, 65, of Winfield Township, passed away Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, peacefully, at Good Samaritan Hospice Unit at Concordia in Cabot. Ron was born June 6, 1953, in Natrona Heights, a son of the late Ella R. (Johns) and Russell Eshenbaugh. Ron was a 1972 graduate of Freeport Area High School. He worked in the bridge and building department for Conrail and Norfolk Southern Railways for 22 years. Ron enjoyed woodworking, leatherworking, hunting, drawing and sketching. Ronald is survived by his son, Ronald A. Eshenbaugh, of Fullerton, Calif.; two daughters, Michelle J. and Jason Beck, of Brookville, and Kimberly A. Cooks, of Ford Cliff and Jason Crooks of Ford City; and his grandchildren, Stephanie and Russell Titus, Brittany Beck, Jackalynn Walter, Paul Walter, Zachary Beck, Keely Walter, Kajaleana Beck, Dustin Crooks, Brody Crooks, Jonas Eshenbaugh and Hunter Eshenbaugh. Ronald is also survived by his three brothers, Daniel J. Eshenbaugh, of Winfield Township, Gary C. Eshenbaugh, of Butler, Glenn R. Eshenbaugh, of South Buffalo Township; and a special friend, Laverne A. Belles, of Cabot. Ron was preceded by his parents and his brother, Paul A. Eshenbaugh.
Family and friends will be received from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019, in the REDMOND FUNERAL HOME INC., 524 High St., Freeport. A funeral service will be held at 8 p.m. in the funeral home following the visitation with the Rev. Adam Clever officiating. A private family burial will be held in the McVille Union Cemetery, in South Buffalo Township.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to , PO Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312. To send a condolence, visit www.redmondfuneralhomeinc.com.
Published in The Valley News Dispatch on Jan. 12, 2019
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