Bobby Lee Ronald, 44, of Dennison, Ohio, passed away at his home while surrounded by his loving family on Saturday, October 29, 2022, after a bravely fought battle with cancer. Born September 23, 1978, in Dover, Ohio, he was the son of Jeffrey A. and Polly A. (Page) Ronald of Uhrichsville, Ohio.

A 1997 graduate of Indian Valley High School, Bobby was a lifelong Tuscarawas County resident. He worked for several area factories, including A.R.E. for more than a decade. He was an avid football fan who loved the Oakland Raiders and Notre Dame, as well as playing fantasy football. His family and friends will remember many good times spent with Bobby, listening to his favorite music and sharing craft beers. In quieter times, he enjoyed reading Stephen King novels. Most of all, he treasured the time that he spent with his family.

On August 4, 2012, Bobby married Susan Marie (Neininger) Ronald who survives him at their home. In addition to his wife and parents, he is also survived by a son, Elliot Ronald; his stepchildren, Ian (Halie) O’Donahue, Rylee (Samuel) Reed, Bridgett (companion, Ben Clelland) O’Donahue, and Quincee O’Donahue; granddaughter, Vivian Reed; paternal grandmother, Mona Ronald; brothers, Jimmy (Suzie) Ronald and Jesse Ronald; mother-in-law, Mary Phillips; father-in-law, Jerry Neininger; sisters- and brother-in-law, Lyndy (Alan) Beckley, Jennifer (Todd) Page, and Michael Neininger; nephews and nieces, James, Brady, Bryce, Brynn, Kaitlyn, Jordan, and Chris (Colin); a large extended family including aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his best friends, Mike Weber, Ryan Hickenbottom, and Andy Reichman. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Jesse and Peggy Page; paternal grandfather, James Ronald; and cousin, Zachery Ronald.

According to Bobby’s wishes, cremation is planned without a public service. A private celebration of his life is planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice, to whom his family extends their deep gratitude for the excellent care they provided, and the American Cancer Society.

R.K. Lindsey Funeral Home, Inc.