Ronald F. Myscofski, age 75, of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on August 19th, 2018

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Ronald F. Myscofski, age 75, of Lombard, passed away August 16, 2018.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 21st from 3 – 9 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St, Lombard. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, August 22nd, with 9:30 AM prayers from Brust Funeral Home to Christ the King Church, 1501 S. Main St, Lombard,  for 10 AM Mass. Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, IL.

Ronald is survived by his beloved wife of 42 years, Jeanne nee Ward; his loving children, Andrew (Elizabeth nee McDowell) of Rapid City, S.D., and Kerry (Timothy) McHugh of Wheaton; his cherished grandchildren, Emily, Owen, Lucy and Madeleine; his dear siblings, Evelyn (John) Poulos of Plainfield and Carole (Ted McNair) Myscofski of Normal, IL; his dear in-laws, Frank and Juliana Ward of Wisc; and fond nieces and nephews, Megan (David) Dixson, Matthew (Fiancee Lydia Ehoodin) Poulos, Sonya Myscofski, Jeff (Susan) Ward, Dana (Michael) DeBoer.

Ronald is preceded in death by his granddaughter, Erin, and his parents, Henry and Estelle nee Gnojek.

Ronald was a veteran and served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was a resident of Lombard for 40 years. Ronald worked for Northrop Grumman Corporation as a Quality Engineer. He retired in 2008 after working 25 years for the company. Ronald loved traveling, trains and playing with his grandchildren. His stories and puns will be greatly missed.

Memorials to Christ the King Church, 1501 S. Main St, Lombard, IL 60148, are appreciated.

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  1. Pat and Rich McDowell says:

    Ron was a remarkable man who came into our lives with friendship, love, integrity, hope, compassion and courage. He went about his daily activities of work, raising a family, having fun with friends and neighbors without thinking of how he was influencing their lives. He didn’t consider these activities as extraordinary but as ordinary actions. Our visits were delightful and as unpredictable as the weather in western South Dakota and we will miss the gift of his friendship.
    Ron passed his love of trains on to his granddaughters and so every time I see a train it will continue to remind me of Ron, and his joy for them.

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