In memory of
Ronald Paul "Ron" Burrous
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In memory of
Ronald Paul "Ron" Burrous
Ronald "Ron" Paul Burrous - - Ronald "Ron" Paul Burrous, born February 17, 1954 to the late Walter and Margaret Burrous in New Albany, IN, sadly passed away after a short fight with cancer on September 10, 2018. Ron was a very loved husband, father, papaw, brother, and friend. He is survived by his loving wife of over 40 years, Martha Burrous; Two daughters, Alicia (Johnmark) Schuster and Elizabeth (Benjamin) Wilsey; Two brothers, Todd and Mike Burrous; Stepmother, Carolyn Burrous; and many nieces and nephews. Ron was an engineer for Northfolk Southern Railroad for 35 years and retired in 2014. He helped so many throughout his years on the railroad and made lifelong friends. He had a great love for his 5 grandchildren. They were his world, and he cherished every moment he spent with them. He loved playing golf and did so every chance he had. Watching sports especially football and golf (the US Open was a holiday for him) and MSNBC to keep up with the latest in politics was a daily joy for him. There was a private celebration of his life with family and loved ones. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for you to make a donation to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.
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Erlanger, KY 41018
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In memory of
Ronald Paul "Ron" Burrous
Ronald "Ron" Paul Burrous - - Ronald "Ron" Paul Burrous, born February 17, 1954 to the late Walter and Margaret Burrous in New Albany, IN, sadly passed away after a short fight with cancer on September 10, 2018. Ron was a very loved husband, father, papaw, brother, and friend. He is survived by his loving wife of over 40 years, Martha Burrous; Two daughters, Alicia (Johnmark) Schuster and Elizabeth (Benjamin) Wilsey; Two brothers, Todd and Mike Burrous; Stepmother, Carolyn Burrous; and many nieces and nephews. Ron was an engineer for Northfolk Southern Railroad for 35 years and retired in 2014. He helped so many throughout his years on the railroad and made lifelong friends. He had a great love for his 5 grandchildren. They were his world, and he cherished every moment he spent with them. He loved playing golf and did so every chance he had. Watching sports especially football and golf (the US Open was a holiday for him) and MSNBC to keep up with the latest in politics was a daily joy for him. There was a private celebration of his life with family and loved ones. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for you to make a donation to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.
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Services Provided By
Linnemann Funeral Home
30 Commonwealth Ave
Erlanger, KY 41018
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