Ronald B. Haddock

Ronald B. Haddock

Oct 23, 1937 – Mar 1, 2017

Longtime tenor and soloist at Presbyterian Church of the Cross, Omaha, with the Alleluia Choir, Chamber Singers and the Crosschords Quartet. Graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Agricultural Engineering and received a Master’s Degree from University of Nebraska Omaha in Civil Engineering.

Preceded in death by parents, Bruce and Georgette Haddock; sister, Marilee Evans. Survived by wife, Mary (Silzer) Haddock; daughters, Jennifer Haddock (Victor Icenogle) and Rebecca Haddock Finn (Timothy); grandchildren: Julianna, Jessica, Everett, and Aidan; brother, Jon Haddock; nieces and nephew.

Memorial Service Monday, March 6th at 11am at Presbyterian Church of the Cross, 1517 S. 114th St. in Omaha.  Private Interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Presbyterian Church of the Cross for the Music Program or Vespers Concert Series.




  • Jane E (Kepler/Oberembt)Nelson Posted March 4, 2017 3:26 pm

    Dear Haddock Family – Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Ron and Mary were with me the night Louis died and were the best support anyone could ask for. I wish I could be there for Mary and all of you at this time to help in any way I could. Ron was a good friend and never objected to this female tenor in choir.. May God keep you safe and strong. Sincerely, Jane Nelson

  • Warren J Mellema Posted March 6, 2017 10:36 am

    Sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. I got to know Ron very well during the 60″s when working for the Corps of Engineers, and enjoyed our working relationship. I remember him as a kind and gentle person, I trust that our God will be with you and support you and the family during this period, and that we can rest assured of our future home in heaven for all those who put their faith and trust in God. Sincerely. Warren Mellema

  • Greg Bowzer Posted April 2, 2018 8:30 pm

    Did not hear about this until today. Ron was a joy and fun to be around. He and his wife were good friends with my parents and I remember many fun times with his and our families. I wish his family well. He will always be smiling in my memories.

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