Ronald “Ron” J. Timco, 80, of Munson Twp, went home to be with the Lord peacefully at Blossom Hill Health Care Residence in Huntsburg, early Thursday morning, November 28th, 2019. He was born in Cleveland, OH on July 23rd, 1939 to the late Paul and Ann (Kojan) Timco.
Ron, a U.S. Coast Guard Veteran, was raised in the Euclid/Collinwood area where he studied harmony and theory in his music career. He was a huge intricate part of a jazz band. Ron passionately played and created music whether it was with his accordion or playing the “keys” on a piano, organ, or keyboard. He simply loved to share his musicality with family and friends and passed his knowledge onto his children who also share in his passions.
After marrying Phyllis Cahur on September 20th, 1969, they continued to share their love in the music realm by being dynamic dance partners in numerous dance competitions.
Ron was also a previous co-owner of a pharmacy in the Mentor Headlands with his brother, the late Paul Timco. He then moved on to a new job opportunity in appliance sales where he dominated the industry with an abundance of top sales awards throughout his career. During his career, Ron was employed at B & B Appliance in Euclid and Bloom Brothers Appliance in Chesterland.
He also enjoyed cooking and going for hikes along the Chagrin River with his family, with each creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Ron will be greatly missed by: his loving wife of 50 years, Phyllis; children, Michalene “Mickey” Timco, Keith Timco, Todd (Amy) Timco; grandchildren, Grant Timco, Trevin Timco, Ryden Timco, Kyan Harrold-Timco, Brecklin Harrold-Timco; and many friends.
He is preceded in death by: his parents; step-mother, Viola Timco; and brother, Paul Timco.
A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 10:30 A.M., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 2019 AT RIVERVIEW CHURCH, 13968 CHILLICOTHE RD., NOVELTY, OH 44072. A Committal service will be held at 12 P.M., Monday, December 2nd, at Fowlers Mill Cemetery, 12399 Fowlers Mill Rd., Munson Twp, 44024.
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