Ronald D. Stuckley
1969 - 2015
BORN
1969
DIED
2015
FUNERAL HOME
Duster Funeral Home, Inc.
347 E 10TH St
Tarentum, PA
Ronald D. Stuckley, 46, of Creighton, passed away Friday, Nov. 20, 2015, at home, following a two-year illness. He was born July 18, 1969, in Harrison Township, and lived most of his life in Creighton. Ronald was a computer technician for Family Services of Western PA. He was of the Lutheran faith and president of the Springdale Sportsman Club. Ronald graduated in 1987 from Deer Lakes High School and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a Pittsburgh sports fan and he enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his children. Survivors include his mother, Donna L. Stuckley, with whom he made his home; his children, Joshua D. and Taylor E. Stuckley, at home; brother, Jeffrey S. (Kelly) Stuckley and their daughter, Olivia R., of West Deer Township; sister, Amy S. Stokes and sons, Ethan J. and Justin D., of Tarentum; maternal grandmother, Helen J. (Thimons) Stuckley, of Creighton; uncles, David (Linda) Stuckley, of Frazer Township, and William Stuckley Sr., of Creighton; and his cousins, Christina (Shane) Pryal, Jamie (Chip) Mitchell and Bill Stuckley Jr. He was preceded in death by a maternal grandfather, David L. Stuckley Sr.; nephew, Jeffrey L. Stuckley; and brother-in-law, Daniel Stokes.
At the request of the family, all services for Ronald will be private. Arrangements by DUSTER FUNERAL HOME INC., 347 E. Tenth Ave., Tarentum, 724-224-1526.
Family suggests contributions to Make a Wish Foundation of Greater PA, 707 Grant St., 37th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1938. Visit: dusterfuneralhomeinc.com.
Published by The Valley News Dispatch on Nov. 21, 2015.
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Donna,

So very sorry to see that Ron passed away. We had never met him but if he was anything like you he had to be a sweetheart of a person. God bless you and you Grandchildren.
Bob and Wendy Decker
November 29, 2015
Donna and family,
I am so sad to see this, my heart breaks for you. May God comfort you all and give you peace.
Tami & jack Allenberg
November 29, 2015
Donna & Family, Our deepest sympathy to all of your family. Ron always had such a beautiful smile. May God give you strength during this difficult time.
Barbara Cisek & Family
November 25, 2015
I am so sad about Ron's passing. I know he fought valiantly and lived life gallantly. He was my "next door neighbor" at work and he and Joe were wonderful to me when I 'moved in'.
Ron was most proud of his children and I will keep them in my prayers. There is nothing but good when one thinks of Ron Stuckley & his smile was such a gift. So honored to have know him.
Kathy Werries
November 25, 2015
It was only about two years ago I meet Ron via the internet while playing computer games, although we never met in person, we all who conversed with Ron knew we had met a funny, well-mannered, thoughtful fellow human being who loved his family and neighbors. Thanks for the game servers and thank you for the thrills!

Peace and Love,

Billy
November 23, 2015
Ron was a great guy and a terrific employee at the agency. He was well liked by everyone, was always positive; snd when those of us who were less technically adept asked him for help, he was always considerate and willing to explain the situation in language we could understand.

Ron always made the room brighter. He cared about his coworkers and his presence made the day brighter. I hope his family knows that he meant a lot to those of us who had the pleasure of working with him.

Don Goughler
Don Goughler
November 23, 2015
I will always remember Ron's smile and easy-going manner as he dealt with our technical issues at FSWP. When you asked about his kids, though, his face lit up, and it was obvious they were his heart and reason for being. Healing energies and prayers are sent to Josh, Taylor, and all of Ron's family and friends as they learn to transition to a life without his physical presence, knowing that he will never leave them in spirit.
Kathy Logan
November 23, 2015
My prayers and condolences to The Stuckley Family. I am sad to hear of Ron's passing. I enjoyed Ron as a co-worker and I will miss talking to him and reading his passionate posts on Pittsburgh sports!
Joe Dello Stritto
November 23, 2015
I'm sorry to hear of Ron's passing. I only knew Ron through youth sporting events as our sons were opponents on the baseball field or basketball court. Ron was always a gentleman and he always had something nice or encouraging to say to my son. I will miss seeing him around even though I only saw him a few times a year. He was a good man. Rest in Peace Ron.
Dan Antonacci
November 23, 2015
With sympathy and prayers for the family, especially Josh and Taylor. Thanks Ron for your kindness and friendship, and a free spirit that I will always remember. God bless!
Michelle Casavale
November 22, 2015
Dear Jamie, Prayers of comfort for the deep losses you have had. May you feel God's love strongly. Great peace to you.
Sandi Gruber
November 22, 2015
I was so sorry to hear of Ron's passing. He was a good co-worker, always helpful to those of us less tech savvy; he has been missed at Family Services. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Dawn Harpur
November 22, 2015
I know your light will shine on. Love you bunches
Jamie Mitchell
November 22, 2015
Ron, this candle is for you to hold onto so you will never lose your way. I know you will keep it high above your family and friends so we can always be near. You are one of my favorite people. Heaven has gained an angel and great IT man! Keep the light shining!
Paulette Zanotti
November 22, 2015
Ron was a most kind, generous and caring man. He always took time for others especially me with all my silly technical problems! He had such a way of making you feel intelligent and special-he always said "it will be okay"! Ron always had a smile on his face, had a great sense of humor and a wonderful perspective of life. Beyond all, he loved life, He unconditionally loved his children and his office was full of their pictures. He loved the outdoors even if you did not understand the peace it brought him. He was compassionate and loyal and treated everyone so kindly. Everyone called Ron to help and he was there! We have lost a dear man and heaven has gained a special angel. I guess the "good ones" get elevated before we are ready-they are not suffering any more and will carry on from above. Ron is a true fighter and warrior. He will now watch down upon us all. I will really miss him! Paulette Zanotti-former co-worker.
Paulette Zanotti
November 22, 2015
I am so saddened to hear of Ron's passing. He was a caring & kind co-worker who was always willing to help. He will be missed. Praying that God will sustain his children and family during this season of grief. May He bring deep & abiding comfort to you all. I am so sorry for this great loss to your family.
Michelle Cox
November 21, 2015
Ron you will always be in my heart. you were one of my favorites to have worked with. i will miss our meeting on freeport road. till we meet again
November 21, 2015
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