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Obituary of Ronald E McKlveen
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Ronald E. McKlveen, 74 of Latrobe, passed away Monday, November 29, 2021. He was born, January 30, 1947 in Stahlstown. He was preceded in death, by his father, Robert McKlveen. Ronald is survived by his mother, Zelda (Knupp) McKlveen. In addition to his mother, he is also survived by his wife, Bonnie (Stein) McKlveen; two sons Corey (Amanda) McKlveen, Chris McKlveen, daughter Ronalee Bailey, 3 brothers; Larry (Barbara) McKlveen, Greg (Kim) McKlveen, Mark (Belva) McKlveen, 4 grandchildren; Ian McKlveen, Owen McKlveen, Adrianna Piper, Tristan Baca, 2 great-grandchildren; Jovie, Montgomery; numerous nieces and nephews, and his best friend and dog Little Joey. Ronald was a active member of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, where he sang in the Choir. He was a Boy Scout Leader of Troop 474, Norvelt, and a member of the Hecla Sportsman Club. Ronald was an avid golfer at the Norvelt Golf Course and had a passion for hunting and fishing. Family and friends will be received in the Jay A. Hoffer Funeral Home, Norvelt 2-4 and 6-8 P.M Friday December 3, 2021. Ronalds Funeral Service will be Saturday 10 A.M December 4, at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, with Pastor L. Samuel Scheiderer Officiating. Everyone please go directly to the church. Interment to follow in Snowball Cemetery, Rector. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to, St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 108 Dutch Hill Rd. Latrobe, PA. 15650.
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