Obituary of Ronald Francis Suchocki
Ronald F. Suchocki, 68, of West Wyoming and formerly of Miners Mills, passed on to rest in his final luxurious tree stand in the sky on Tuesday, May 14th to watch the deer graze in gentle pastures. Ron was an avid hunter and loved the outdoors.
Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Edward Suchocki and Rose Montague Suchocki as well as his son Kevin J. Suchocki and a brother, Robert Suchocki.
Surviving are his beloved wife of 40 years, Pat Suchocki. Together, they loved to travel to Atlantic City and spend time with their children and grandchildren: Son, Wesley Saltz and his wife Marie and their children Timothy and fiancé Destiny, Alicia, Julianna, and Derek of Ashley; Son, Ronald Suchocki and his wife Sarah, son Braeden, and their daughter (expected in July) Gabriella Marie of Pittston; daughter Nikole Ross and her daughter, Grace of Wyoming; Son Brian and his wife Trish and their children Zoe and Macs of Virginia; many sister and brother in laws, nieces and nephews. Ron also loved his grandpets: Bentley, Zeppelin, Cash, Marley, Sammy, Sparrow, Charlie, Batman, Pumpkin and Luna. Ron was known to always have treats on him for his grandpets and all the neighborhood dogs who came to visit him often.
Ron retired from InterMetro Industries after 40 years of working with the company. He also helped run errands and helped at Pat’s office, Bookkeeping Associates. He loved motorcycles, gun raffles, firearms and cooking. He was well known for sharing his canning recipes and was always giving them to people he met.
Everyone who met Ron, will remember him for his joking, cooking, and his “unique” way with words. He made friends with people everywhere and will be fondly missed by many. He proudly sported his Polish heritage and love for hunting on all his vehicles. Everyone who knew him well knows he is looking down and smiling as he tells us all to BMA.
A Memorial visitation will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Yanaitis Funeral Home Inc.,55 Stark Street, Plains.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be donated to the S.P.C.A of Luzerne County, 524 E Main St, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.
For online condolences or for directions to visitation, please visit www.yanaitisfuneralhome.com.
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