Ronald A. Trudeau passed away at his home on December 21, 2013 just 3 days before his 60th birthday. Ron (Ronbo, Paisano) was an excellent dart player, dancer and bowler. He loved camping and traveling. Even though illness stopped him from enjoying these in the last few years, he maintained his exceptional ability to make others laugh. He was born Dec. 24, 1953 to Renald A. Trudeau and Teresa M. Trudeau. He was preceded in death by his wife Margaret and is survived by his sisters, Teresa M. Trudeau-Savattere of Aruba and Rosemarie Trudeau-Lussier of Cranston as well as his nephew, Christopher Michael Carmen Lussier of Cranston. A memorial service will be held at Woodlake Baptist Church, 6980 Woodlake Club Drive, San Antonio, TX 78244 Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 3:00 pm.

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  1. My dearest brother,

    God has called you to soon from us. We will miss your smile and laughter. We know you and mom are together. We will meet again.

    Lovingly

    your sisters: Rose & Teresa

    your nephew: Christopher

    your Brother-in-Laws: Salvatore & Alan

  2. Rest in peace Ron. You were one of a kind. You knew how to live large! Thanks for introducing me to sushi except for that big hit of wasabi that took the top of my head off. Beth

  3. Well Ron I am late coming to the party as usual. You were a funny, loving man who loved to bust and bs us all and I had the good fortune of knowing you for many many years. You were there with us as we laid Dan to rest and I remember what you put in his pocket.lol My last memory of you at mom’s beach house was laughing very very hard about Diana’s dogs and the ranch. So glad you made that last visit. You were a member of our family and like a brother to us all. You live on in our hearts. Sorry I couldn’t be there for your service but I know you are with me in spirit. Until we meet again. Much love Ron.

    To your sisters and brother in-laws and nephew so sorry for your loss, he was loved and so were we. Julie

  4. We like, Julie, only learned of Ron’s death recently. My wife Cathy and I knew Ron when we all attended the San Antonio Church of Christ Jesus (International Churches of Christ) back in the late 1990’s. Cathy and I kept up with Ron after that time and were in frequent contact over the years to laugh and share great times together. Ron always had a zest for life and as he lovingly remarked to my wife and I many times, ” You can have fun and live life and still be a great Christian!” I’m afraid we lost touch with Ron in May of last year when he was last in the hospital. I remember the last time we talked. We cried a little and laughed, but mostly prayed together for his recovery. Our only regret was that we couldn’t have caught up with Ron earlier before his passing and continued in the joy of his friendship. Our hearts and prayers go out to the family for your loss and know that Ron is at true peace now. He will be truly missed.

    God Bless

    tom and cathy donohue

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