Ronald Sauer

Obituary of Ronald Neil Sauer

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Ronald Neil Sauer Circleville, NY Ronald N. Sauer, loving and proud father to many, proud Vietnam Veteran and brother, passed away at his home on Monday March 14, 2022. He was 72. The son of the late Walter Sauer and Eleanor Mentz Sauer, he was born on February 23, 1950 in Queens, NY. Ronald grew up in Queens on Myrtle Ave and later moved to Bloomingburg, NY in Sullivan Co. He attended college in Atlantic Union, then served his country by enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War from 1969-1971. Ronald reached the rank of Sergeant before his release from active duty in 1973. After serving his time in the Marines, he moved home to start a huge family. Ronald made a lot of memories and had a great work life. He loved his family and animals, and loved being a hard working man and farmer. A proud owner of 3 trucks in career as a Mechanic. Ronald made amazing accomplishments to mechanics in every way. He loved his music loud and making people laugh with his sly ways and blue eyes. He created memories and bonds with all that knew him. Survivors include his wife Nancy Sauer, his sister, Arlene Fee, and cousins Harry and Carole Sauer. Ronald also leaves behind the wonderful memories with 8 children with families of there own. Kim Sauer, Kip and Nell Sauer with Konner, Aarik, Kiara, Karly and Jon Schnieder with Paige, Bella, and Jackson, Kurt and Lisa Sauer with Keigan, and Elysia, Nevele Loechner with Gianna Tocco, Kate Loechner, Craig Loechner with Landen, and Jimmy Loechner. Ronald is further survived by his cousins, nieces and nephews, Lorri and Fred Dana with Jared and Emily, Cath and Dennis Dudley with Matthew, Kenny and Janine Fee with Danika. He loved all of his close family and the beloved bonds he created with each of us. He loved his grandchildren like no other, and was well loved. Ronald will be remembered by all and missed much more than he would have ever known. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in Ronald’s name to the Marine Toys for Tots at: https://www.toysfortots.org/. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.wmgaganfuneralhome.com
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