Obituary: Ronald James Monigold

Ronald James Monigold

Ronald James Monigold

January 6, 1957 — May 29, 2021

Ronald J. Monigold, age 64, passed away suddenly on May 29, 2021. Ron was born January 6, 1957, in Kodiak, Alaska, to the late Tina and Raymond J. Monigold. He was preceded in death by his sisters Frances (Day) and Bonnie (Skog), and brothers Raymond Jr. and Kenneth.

 Ron had a kind and gentle soul, a person always willing to help others in any way that he could. He was looking forward to the new summer arriving where he would spend every moment possible going out the road to fish, camp, pick berries and simply enjoy the beauty of the nature that surrounded him. In the winter, many of us would be the lucky recipients of his busy summer with gifts of smoked salmon and jars of jelly.

 Ron was also an avid reader and fan of old movies with a special passion for history — educating us every chance he got. He had a delightful sense

of humor and a strong love for his family and friends. We were blessed and our lives made richer for every moment we spent with him.

And yes, my brother, one day we will be on that beach where we will share stories and sing Creedence.

 R.J. is survived by his sister Theresa Wallace, nieces Carla Schauff, Paula Mariscal, Lara Peterson, Carolyn Ames, Donna Joblonski, Janese Gould and Shar Goodman, nephew Eddie Day and many more great-nieces and nephews.

 A memorial service for Ronald J. Monigold and Raymond J. Monigold will be held at the Kodiak Funeral Chapel, 303 Erskine Rd., on August 6, 2021, at 2 p.m.

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