Ronald Schwarz

Ronald Schwarz

Schwatz, RonRonald Schwarz age 58 of Tyler passed away unexpectedly Friday, August 8, 2014 at the Avera Hospital in Marshall due to a heart attack.  Memorial Services will be held at 10:00 am Wednesday at the Tyler Area Funeral Home.  Visitation will be held from 5:00-7:00 pm Tuesday at the funeral home.  A private family interment will be held at a later date.   Stephens Funeral Service – Tyler Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Ron was born on July 30, 1956 in Sibley, Iowa to Merlyn and LeNore (Jansma) Schwarz.  He graduated from Ivanhoe High School in 1974 and Canby Vo-Tech in 1975.  Ron began working at Christianson Implement later that fall, and he has worked there ever since.  In 1976, Ron married Michelle Rousseau.  Together they had two children.  He later married Pam Weets on November 28, 1997 in Marshall.  Ron was a workaholic. He enjoyed helping people on any project, and farming with his dad, brother and friends.  He was always busy working on construction projects or restoring cars and tractors.  He had an extensive collection of tools.  Ron loved having a beer and a smoke with his friends and family, and spending time boating on the lake and fishing.  He enjoyed the outdoors, gardening, riding motorcycle, 4 wheelers and snowmobiles.  Ron also loved caring for his two dogs.

Ron is survived by his wife Pam; children: Jeremy (Lana) Schwarz of Silver Bay, Jaime (Eli) Cox of Pinehurst, NC, Kayla (Kris) Speidel of Marshall & Keshia Weets (Michael Visness) of Montevideo; grandchildren: Dylan & Ashlyn Schwarz, Naydine & Dane Cox, Rayne Speidel, & Kaylyne Visness.  He is also survived by his parents Merlyn and LeNore Schwarz of Hendricks; brother Randy (Leslie) Schwarz of Hendricks; sisters: Janet Schwarz of Phoenix, AZ, and Darla (Jeff) Lasnetski of Willmar; his “favorite” mother in law Alice Weets of Russell; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.  Ron is preceded in death by his grandparents: Elmer & Marie Jansma and Julius & Jeanette Schwarz and Margaret Schwarz, nephew Nathan Schwarz, sisters in law Marilee Hook & Marlene Weets, uncles Wallace and James and aunt Donna.

6 thoughts on “Ronald Schwarz”

  1. We are all at a loss for words since I received Aunt Lenore’s message.
    We are terribly sorry for your loss & wish we could be there right now for all of you.
    Please know that you all have our sympathy and love. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love – The Gebauer, Kuiper, & Gorrell families

  2. Ron has been a friend for many, many years. He was out to the farm quite a bit helping dad ( Melvin “bud” Rode) fix combines . He was a great mechanic and did an awesome job restoring tractors. He was always smiling, always had a joke – we had many laughs throughout the years. I always had fun with him- I’m gonna miss seeing him around

  3. Karen (Eich) Johansen

    I have always been grateful to Merlyn & Lenore and Ron for giving our dog, Putz, a home. It just shows the kindness of this family. Ron was a fun, hard working person and will be missed by so many. Our hearts go out to you. Losing a child, husband, father is never easy. God Bless all of you.

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