Ronald A. St. John
Ronald A. St. John 46, passed away on September 4, 2005 in Amman, Jordan. Ron graduated from Arcadia High school, where he was Senior Class President, and continued on to become Student Body President of U. of A. He then took the position of Professor of Economics at the University of Belize. A few years later he joined the Peace Corps in Uruguay and then returned to the United States to become a political aide. In 1997 he joined the I.R.I. to help bring democracy to Romania, Slovakia and in 2003, Iraq. He is survived by his parents, Robert and Virginia St. John; brother, Bob St. John; sister, Denise Cirincione. A Memorial Gathering will be held on Wednesday, September 14th from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Messinger Pinnacle Peak Mortuary, 8555 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Scottsdale (480-502-3378). In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to your favorite charity.
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Published by Arizona Daily Star on Sep. 11, 2005.
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My deepest sympathy to Ron's family. Arcadia 1974, Sigma Chi '78.
Don Buckley
September 24, 2005
I'm so glad I got to know Ron a little at UA. He was a good roommate. My sympathies to all the family and friends.
Brett Benedict
September 20, 2005
I'll always remember you wanting us to ride our bikes up to Goldwater's front gate after school everyday, just in case he was there. I'm proud of all your acomplishments.
Chuck Danek
September 19, 2005
With deepest sympathy.
Janice Goldstein
September 14, 2005
Our thoughts and prayers are with Ron's family.
Barry Gabel
September 14, 2005
You and your family are in our prayers. God bless you. Beta Phi, Sigma Chi, 1989.
Andy McCay
September 14, 2005
You are in my prayers.
David Bina
September 13, 2005
My deepest sympathy.
Ophelia S. Parker
September 11, 2005