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Ronald Gill Jorgensen


Ronald G. Jorgensen was born on July 28, 1925 to his parents George and Sarah Jorgensen. He married the love of his life, Catherine Perkins, on September 26, 1947. Together they loved camping, traveling and spending time with their family. He served in the United States Navy Construction Battalion Seabees while also serving as an honorable member of The Carpenters Union for over 70 years. He completed many projects that served as a lasting testimony to his devotion for his craft.

His “Never Give Up!” attitude was an inspiration to all and was proven through his work ethic and love for life.

He is survived by his children Tamara (Phill) Gannuscia, Ron and Lance Jorgensen, his three grandchildren, Phill (Jessica) Gannuscia, Nicole (Robert) Dorris, Nersha (Joseph) Gubler and four great-grandchildren, Taeler, Carson, Catherine and Wilden.

He is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Pine & Woodrow, sister Madeline and great-grandchild Grace.

A viewing will be held on Tuesday, August 15th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Mountain View Memorial 3115 East 7800 South. An additional viewing will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday August 16th prior to the graveside services held at 2 p.m. at Mountain View Memorial.

The family would like to give a sincere thank you to the staff at St. Joseph’s villa who cared for Ron with great love and compassion.

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  1. Billy says:

    Love your DAD so much!!

  2. Nershka says:

    Pops… You gave us all so very much! And so many memories that we’ll cherish & share with each other forever! Thank you for all the borrowed time that we had. It still doesn’t seem like you’re gone. Give Grandma & Gracie a special love for me & everyone else a hello! Sure love you Pops & You will be missed! Xoxo

  3. Carla J Neuman Quintana says:

    Uncle Ron you will be missed by so many and in so many different ways. You were a teacher of life lessons to many of us. You will live on in our hearts. We know there was a camp fire and Polka music filling the air just waiting for you. There was a Party in heaven for sure! We pray that your amazing children can find some comfort in your love that was freely spread on them. Gods speed. RIP. We love you beyond this earth. The Quintana / Neuman Families. Ray, Carla, Landon and Corbyn

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