Ronald Steven Sharick
May 10, 1946 - August 10, 2020
Charles Tindle
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Ronald Steven Sharick, 74, passed away August 10 at Cox South after a long fight with diabetes.  Ron passed away peacefully with his family by his side.  Ron was born in Springfield MO to Deloris Howard and Arch Sharick.  Ron loved his country and served in the Air Force as well as the Army where…

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Charles Tindle left a message on November 11, 2020:
Got to know him when I worked at case he was a security guard bought several guns off of him he was a very nice man you will be missed
Kermit Owens left a message on August 16, 2020:
My deepest sympathy to Ronnies family. I had the pleasure of working with and being an old friend of "Pudoo," as I called him. He could always be relied upon and a joy to converse with. Ronnie really was a big contributor to making my retirement from City Utilities a very happy event that I will never forget. Many times, after our retirements we would talk on the phone for hours, always very enjoyable. He will be sorely missed by so many. Kermit W. Owens
Carol Jordan left a message on August 13, 2020:
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Ron's family. I worked at the Southwest Power Station when Ron worked there. He was always coming up with these great stories! He would either leave you laughing or leave you pondering from what he said. So sorry for your loss.
Micheal Jones left a message on August 13, 2020:
Prayers for Ron’s family. Ron was a super guy & many will miss him.
Jim Hamilton left a message on August 12, 2020:
I worked with Ron for many years at the power station and every time I went down to the storeroom, I looked forward to seeing big Ronnie. I always found him in good spirits and enjoyed talking to him. He will be missed and remembered by many.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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