Ronald Ray McDonald
1942 - 2021
BORN
1942
DIED
2021
Ronald Ray McDonald
July 11, 1942 - February 21, 2021
Kansas City, Missouri - Ronald Ray McDonald, 78, of Kansas City, MO, passed away February 21, 2021, at his home.
Ron was born July 11, 1942, in Bigelow, KS, the eldest of three sons of Homer Duane and Evelyn Eileene (Skillin) McDonald. Along with his parents, Ron was preceded in death by his wife, Judy McDonald.
Ron's 60-plus year career in the food industry included work at Fred's Frozen Foods and the past nine years at Paris Brothers, Inc., where he worked until last Friday. He also had a passion for playing the bass guitar, trips to the casino, and times with his family.
Ron leaves his companion, Huda Saad; children, Jeff McDonald (Karla Sokolowski) and Amy Clevenger; grandchildren, Brent and Grant McDonald, Taylor and Lily Clevenger; great grandson, Cameron; brothers, Bill McDonald (Luana) and Cleo McDonald (Linda); as well as other family members and many friends.
A private celebration of Ron's life will be held. Instead of sending flowers, Ron would appreciate it if you take your family out to dinner and enjoy time with each other.
You may share a message with the family or sign an online guest book via www.parklawnfunerals.com. Arrangements: Park Lawn Northland Chapel 816-781-8228.

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Published by Kansas City Star on Feb. 24, 2021.
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To the immediate family of my cousin, Ronald I am so sorry for your loss also to Cleo and Bill and all your families. I am praying for you! May God give you His comfort and peace!
Glenda Wilcox
March 5, 2021
From the moment I spoke to Mr Ron, He treated me as if he knew me for long and one of is own. He invited me to Kansas City and introduced me to Mrs Huda and other business people I wanted to speak with. Picked me from my hotel, drove me around, introduced me to more people, treated me with lanch and finally dropped me at the airport. Since then, we at least speak on weekly bases. A very kind, caring, and respectful human being. My deepest condolence to Mrs Huda and the entire family
Malicha
March 1, 2021
I did not know Mr. McDonald long, but often it did feel like I had. He came by the bank from time to time. Each time I felt closer to him than before. His words were consistently kind, and caring. I admired most his compassion and care for his friends and family. He certainly made me feel like family. Mr. McDonald surely made a tremendous impact in my life. He taught me many lessons, and not a single one will i soon forget. I have only a regret that I did not, and often could not see him more. Mr. McDonald was one of the most respectable men I have ever met. In short, I am so very thankful for having had the pleasure of knowing him. To Huda who i shared the pleasure of meeting, and to his friends and family, I am so very sorry for your loss.
Chance Tacia
February 27, 2021
Huda, we are so very sorry to have heard about Ron. We are praying for you and Ron´s family. God bless him and know that we will miss seeing you together with him. All of our love, Pete and Elli
The VanDeMarks
February 25, 2021
Was saddened to hear of Ron´s passing. We will miss seeing him at the casino and sharing our wins and losses. John and I were lucky to know him.
John and Kathy DeHoff
February 23, 2021
Our deepest condolences to our dear friend Ron McDonald and his family
Kenneth Sull
February 23, 2021