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Ronald 
Ceplina

Ceplina, Ronald

After a long battle with pancreatic cancer Ron was welcomed into the arms of our Lord on October 5th, 2013 at the age of 56. Ron served in the U.S Marines from 2/76 to 11/81. Preceded in death by his parents Ernest and Dorothy (nee Lewandowski). Beloved husband of Tracey (nee Weber). Loving father of Ronnie, Vanessa Ceplina, Jessica and Pamela Howard. Fond brother of Raymond (Mary), Donald (Carrie), Rose (John) Knoblauch, Allen, and Kaylynn (Bill). Proud grandpa of 5 grandchildren. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Visitation will be at the FUNERAL HOME on Thursday, October 10th from 4 to 7 pm and on Friday, October 11th from 9 to 11 am with a service to follow.

My Dear, dear, Ron a very kind, gentle soul who loved everyone. Ron will forever be in our hearts. Romance may be fiction, Passion just a trend, but Love is everlasting when you’re married to a friend. I will always love, my Dear, dear Ron.

Semper Fi

Heritage Funeral Homes
Tyborski-Altstadt-Scheuerell
3801 S. Howell Ave 414-744-7039
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www.heritagefuneral.com

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skylar jessup

i love you so so much and im writing this from school i hope you know theres alot of room for you in my heart for you and grandma dorothy i miss you and her super much its not the same with out you and her <3

Pamela Howard

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skylar jessup

I love u and miss you uncle ron its skylar im always thinking of you

Pamela Howard

I love and miss you Ron. You were the best father that I could ever ask for. I will continue to pray for you for the rest of my life until I take my last breathe. You mean the world to me, I know you are in Heaven watching down on me while your next to God and all the Arch Angels. Bless you, I will always be here listening to you ss you guide me into life. I love you so much. ??????????????

skylar jessup

I miss u uncle ton so much

Ann Sutton

Our deepest sympathies to Tracey and the Ceplina family. I have know Ron since I lived in the old neighborhood back on Grant Street. I just cannot believe he is gone. Roger met Ron when he picked up cars at Deinlein. We were just talking about trying to get in touch with Ron and Tracey, now we wished we would have tried sooner. Our prayers are with you. Rest in peace Ron. Ann & Roger Sutton

Brad Hollenbeck

He is in a better place. He has a whole new Crucible to run. You will be missed Devil Dog and one cool guy. RIP! Cousin Brad.

cusin ronnie

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David Blakely

I’m a customer at Deinlein’s for many years. And through the hold time Ron and I always had a good time joking, laughing just enjoying life. He will be missed but memories will be forever. Till we meet again my brother. God Bless
David Blakely

Peter Deinlein

Deinlein’s Tri-City Service will not be the same without Ron. His grouchiness just to conceal his softness? Our seasonal backyard grilling, Ron sharing his healthy treats from his week-end stops at the Farmers Market and our New Year’s Day celebration. I’m sure going to miss you brother. Rest in Peace,…Until we meet again.

Peter Deinlein

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