Ronald L. Rozmus
November 13, 1957 – June 13, 2022
Ronald “Ronnie” Rozmus was born on November 13, 1957 in Omaha, Nebraska to Frank and Anna Rozmus. Ronald rejoined his loved ones on June 13, 2022. Ronnie was a brother to seven, a father to three, a grandfather of ten, and an uncle to sixteen. He cared deeply for his family and was one of the first to volunteer to help when it was needed, whether it was repairing a roof or rebuilding an engine. He often relied on his siblings for guidance, love and support throughout his life. Their love carried him into many chapters and comforted him as he took his last breath on earth.
Many would say Ronnie was stubborn, hardworking, and dynamic about life. He enjoyed honing his craftsmanship in woodworking and construction and passing his knowledge onto his three sons. His boys used the lessons he showed them to become masterful adults, fathers, and husbands that he was proud of.
An original South Omaha Boy, he was known to occasionally crash weddings and could often be found restoring a muscle car in his youth. Ronnie was not sheltered nor was he naive about the world around him. He learned hard lessons from the turns he took in life and grew from the obstacles that were created. His memory will live on through those that were fortunate enough to have learned from him.
Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents, Frank Rozmus and Anna (Bogatz) Kimball; sisters, Lorraine Krajewski and Linda Menchaca. He is survived by sons: Justin (Christina) Rozmus, Adam (Sarah) Rozmus, and Christopher (Laura) Rozmus; ten grandchildren: Jonathan, Alex, Cecilia, Madelynn, Anthony, Lucas, Allyson, Lillian, Kaitlyn, and Nathaniel; brothers, Frankie (Jeanne) Rozmus and Larry Rozmus; sisters: Sharon (Matthew) Hansen, Suzanne Chadd, and Carol Cheloha; and godson, Frank (Dani) Rozmus.
VISITATION: Saturday, June 18th from 2pm to 4pm at the West Center Chapel, with MEMORIAL SERVICE at 4pm.
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