Mr. Ronald Charles McCormick, age 81, of Deford, passed away Friday, July 3, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family, from Congestive Heart Failure.
Ron was born October 25, 1938, in Highland Park, the son of the late Harold Levy and Grace Madelene (Armitage) McCormick. Ron graduated from Milford High School in 1957. Throughout high school he was active in sports and President of the FFA club. After high school, he went on to serve two years in the Army Reserves in the armored division and tank division. Ron worked making signs, both commercial and private. In his younger days, he did hand painted signs, wood and metal, and later on, fabricated plastic and laminated cardboard signs. Ron married the late, Merryann (Verhuel) Sommerville in 1958 and they had 3 girls: Carol, Kris and Barb. Ron enjoyed riding and showing horses and camping in his younger years with his daughters, He went on to meet his wife Teresa in 1990 and married her in 1994 and had three more children: Amanda, Kimberly and Cody. He loved going to every sporting event they competed in and was a great supporter of Kingston Athletics. Ron and Teresa loved going for rides, shopping at Walmart and the local livestock auction on Tuesdays. They also liked going to craft shows. If he was not doing those things, he could be found watching any old western movie or the news.
Ron is survived by his wife of 26 years, Teresa, children, Carol Pitt of Milford, Kris McCormick and Barb (Brian) Charlick, both of Highland, Amanda Werth (fiancé, Derek) of Kingston, Kimberly McCormick (fiancé, Dakota) of Caro, Cody McCormick (girlfriend Shyanne) of Kingston, 10 grandchildren, Dan Kevin (Trisha) , Erica (Justin), Stan (Kelly), Jordan, Jared, Chase, Gracie, Matthew and Sawyer, 8 great-grandchildren: Tabitha, Jenna, Stanley, Gavin, Mikaylin, Kooper, Tucker and Rylee, a sister, Madelene (Roger) Williams of Paso Robles, CA, a nephew: martin (Alyssa) Williams and a great niece: Genna.
A memorial service will be held in memory of Ron, at a later date.
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