Charles

July 24, 1932 ~ September 13, 2022

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Greece, NY

C. Ronald Timmons

 

Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at age 90, went home to be with the Lord.  Predeceased by his loving wife, Marilyn, parents, William and Catherine and brothers, William (Leo) and Robert.  He is survived by his children, Ronald (Debra), William (Bonnie) and Marianne (Lynne) Timmons; grandchildren, Stephany (Taylor) Brinson, Emily (Frederick) Peterson and David (Shelbey) Timmons; great-granddaughter, Maeve Timmons; brother, Jack Timmons; sisters-in-law, Barbara Otero, Ellie (John) Concannon and Margaret (David) Hazell; many nieces, nephews and dear friends.

 

Ron was a proud 1950 graduate of Aquinas Institute.  He served in the United States Army during the Korean War and was awarded a purple heart, he retired from Eastman Kodak Co. in 1991 after 42 years of service.  Ron loved spending time with his family & friends, visiting Charlotte Pier, cheering on his favorite sports teams and Friday night fish fries. Above all else, he was a man of strong faith.  The family would like to express our deep gratitude to the medical professionals who have cared for him.

 

Ron’s visitation will be held Friday September 16th 4-7 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson 1075 Long Pond Road.  His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday, September 17th 9:00 AM at St. Mark’s Church 54 Kuhn Road.  Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions in Ron’s memory may be made to a charity closest to your heart.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

Services

Visitation: Friday September 16, 2022 04:00 PM - Friday September 16, 2022 07:00 PM

Vay-Schleich & Meeson - Greece Chapel
1075 Long Pond Road
Rochester, NY 14626


Funeral Mass: Saturday September 17, 2022 09:00 AM

St. Marks Church
54 Kuhn Road
Rochster, NY 14612


Burial:

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
2461 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14612


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  1. To the family of very dear neighbors Marilyn and Ron . Very fond memories of working together at St. John’s in Greece and all the other fun times we shared.

  2. Dear Ron, Bill and Maryanne and Famlies,
    Mr. Timmons will be deeply missed by all that knew him. He was such a wonderful man , always showing his caring and concerned ways.
    We have so many great memories of him and the family.
    His was always the first Christmas card that we received every year.
    We just can’t begin to express to all of you how sad our hearts are. He was for sure one of our favorite family customers as well as his wonderful family.
    Mr. Timmons was always so proud of his family and to tell us about the great things going on in his life and especially watching his big smile when he’d come in with one of you kids.
    We know it’s hard but he’s now with your wonderful mom and he’ll always be with you in memory and heart.
    May God Bless Him and All of You.
    Rest in peace Mr. Timmons.
    Please Accept Our Deepest Sympathy.
    Love.
    Mike and Nancy Colakoglu (Mico Transmissions)
    PS We will never forget Conesus Lake the boat rides and dinner. Time goes by too fast thank God for the memories.

  3. Bill and Family,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I hope you find comfort in the fact that he is at peace.
    My thoughts are with you as you work through the changes this presents.
    Be well.
    Brenda

  4. Saddened to learn of Ron’s passing. I knew that he was having health issues but was hoping he’d get though the storm.
    He’ll be missed by many, including me. I’ll miss his frequent emails, telling of the passing or sickness of other classmates and little tidbits about monthly breakfasts or lunches.
    Living here in mid-Missouri I wasn’t able to be a regular at the table, but Ron helped me be there in spirit.
    And, I’ll miss his sly humor.

    • Hello, Mike, I remember you well from the old, old days at AQ. I was in the class of ’51 and still have monthly lunches with some classmates. I hope you are well, Mike!
      Ron Timmons was a selfless leader and participator among the young people at Holy Cross Parish in Charlotte when I was a youngster. I have nothing but fond memories of him. My brother Jack, and my sister-in-law Mary Lou Kavanaugh, also knew Ron well, back in those days. May Ron rest in peace!

  5. In Ron”s passing, we lost not only a wonderful “50”s classmate but a truly great friend. He was a gentleman in every, every sense of the word. His dedication to Aquinas, especially to our 1950 class, was steadfast. Ron made everyone aware that this was not only the largest class ever but the first class to spend our first year away from the main Dewey Ave, campus over at a former public school on LaGrange Ave. ,a few miles from the Dewey Ave. facility. Without upper classmates around, this arrangement made for a truly unique bonding experience in which fellow classmates fast became truly great friends, in many cases for life. I’m sure Ron’s dedication did not go unnoticed by St. Thomas Aquinas up in heaven. He’s probably got Ron rounding up other deceased members of the class of 1950 and setting up a heavenly reunion. Rest in peace good buddy.

  6. My prayers and thoughts are with all my cousins, the family and friends of such a kind and wonderful man. Much love from AZ cousin.
    Lori Timmons-Crofutt & family.

  7. Ron Timmons was a selfless leader and participator among the young people at Holy Cross Parish in Charlotte when I was a youngster. I have nothing but fond memories of him. My brother Jack, and my sister-in-law Mary Lou Kavanaugh, also knew Ron well, back in those days. May Ron rest in peace!

  8. I worked with Ron in the KP packaging organization starting in ’76. He was a kind person and will always be remembered fondly.

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