Ronald  Mauck

Ronald Allen Mauck

Monday, January 30th, 1950 - Tuesday, August 13th, 2019
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Ronald Allen Mauck, 69 of Longmont, passed away August 13, 2019 at his home.

Ronald was born on January 30, 1950 to Ralph Mauck and Mary Morrissey in Longmont, CO.

Ronald married his wife, Twila (Camp) Mauck, and they were married for 50 years. They welcomed six children into their marriage, Ron, Chad, Pedez, Roxann, Amy, and Jaimie.

Ronald was a Broncos fan, loved fishing, mountain drives, and westerns. Above all, he loved his grandchildren and could be found watching them playing baseball or showering them with love.

He was a member of Trinity Baptist Church.

Ronald was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, James and Randy.

He is survived by his wife, Twila; his children, Ron (Chantel) Mauck, Chad Hamby, Jeremy "Pedez" Martinez, Roxann Paxton (Joey Derrera), Amy (Mike) Maestas, and Jaimie (Steve) Troyer; his siblings, Roger (Cindy) Mauck of Firestone, Gordon (Kathy) Mauck of Longmont, Twilla (George) Wade of Rusk, Texas; sister-in-law, Ann Mauck; his beloved grandchildren: Greg, Ryan, Natasha, Kristina, Miranda, Shanoah, Maura, J.J., Reeb, Cisco, Justine, Michael and Ronald. He also leaves behind great-grandchildren: Ayden, Jada, Mya, Kamaira, Zoey, Roman, Ellie, Joella, and Kelsey; as well as Phyllis, Karen, and Linda, and so many nieces and nephews and adopted children.

A memorial service for Ronald will be held Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Trinity Baptist Church, 904 Atwood Street Longmont, Colorado 80501. Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity Baptist Church.
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    Saturday, August 17th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Saturday, August 17th, 2019 11:00am
    Trinity Baptist Church
    904 Atwood Street
    LONGMONT, CO 80501
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James worthington

Posted at 12:21pm
Ron and I were good buddies back I the late 60s and early 70s. I got to see him again after many years at his 50th aniversery. We talked about old times and memories. I will miss you Ron rest in peace

Peggy Casey

Posted at 11:07am
When we were kids, I only came to Longmont once a year, so I didn't really know my cousins, but I loved going to Duke and Mary's house. So many kids to play with and Ronnie always said "hi Peg" and gave a little hug as if he had just seen me the day before. Even though it's been years since I've been back to Longmont, I always loved seeing pictures of Ronnie and Twila, and so happy they had such a long and happy marriage. Love you Ronnie, I will see you again.

Doralyn Queen Mapstone and Shelley Queen Pol

Posted at 10:35am
This was such a shock to me. I'm so sorry. Memories of all of us playing in our front yard for many years. Fun, happy laughter and all those crazy games kids come up with. Then we grew up. Ron made the right choice when he married you Twila. You have been such a Blessing to him. We will miss his smile and silly sense of humor. Love to all of you

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