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Ronald A. Noll

  • On September 22, 2018
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Ronald A. Noll, Age 64, of Venetia formerly of Bethel Park, passed on Friday, September 21, 2018 surrounded by his family. Beloved husband of ChristineL. (Kosakowski) Noll; Father of Melissa (Sean) Noll-Carter; Son of the late Charles A. and Lucille Noll; Brother of Joanne O’Hara and the late Albert “Butch” Naugle; Uncle of Tammy Kavka and Lester Nolder, Jr. Ron was a proud graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. Many know Ron from his profound skills as a gymnast. Others will remember him from his work at Western Center in Canonsburg and the School for Blind Children . He was a selfless person who dedicated himself to others, which was evidenced by his passion for his work and the legacy he left behind. In lieu of flowers memorial contribution can be made to The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation 747 Third Ave., 33rd Floor New York, NY 10017 (info@bbrfoundation.org). As per Ron’s wishes, all funeral services will be private. Arrangements entrusted to Cremation and Funeral Care, McMurray, PA.

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Joyce Hopkins Lucas
  • Sep 23 2018
Ronnie was a high school friend.- a wonderful person. My sincere condolences for your loss.
Alex & Suzanne Bellotti
  • Sep 23 2018
Ron's death at a way-to-young age leaves a void and emptiness that will be felt for a long time! He leaves behind his wonderful wife, Chris, and beautiful daughter Melissa. RIP my friend for ever - we will see you on the other side!
Rich and Kathy Peters
  • Sep 23 2018
Chris and Missy, I was stunned when I read about Ron's passing. He was always such a nice guy who courageously fought a long, difficult battle. You both fought along with him which is a wonderful attribute! We spent some enjoyable dinners at each other's homes when Kiriam and Missy were kids and was always nice to talk with Ron. Kathy and I send our deepest sympathy to you both and will keep you in our prayers for peace at this difficult time!
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