Ronald Lee Kail, Sr.

March 28, 1952 - June 4, 2021
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Ronald Lee Kail, Sr, 69 of Tuscarawas, passed away unexpectedly, Friday, June 4, 2021 at his residence.

Born in Ohio, Ronald was the son of the late Robert and Ruby (Storrie) Kail and a 1970 graduate of New Philadelphia High School. Following his graduation, Ron began his work career with the former Great Plains Bag…

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Ronald Lee Kail, Sr, 69 of Tuscarawas, passed away unexpectedly, Friday, June 4, 2021 at his residence.

Born in Ohio, Ronald was the son of the late Robert and Ruby (Storrie) Kail and a 1970 graduate of New Philadelphia High School. Following his graduation, Ron began his work career with the former Great Plains Bag Corporation at New Philadelphia and continued his employment in the maintenance department when the company changed to Stone Container Corporation and ultimately Smurfit-Stone Container.

Ron loved being outside and could often be found golfing or target shooting with his son and his grandsons. He also loved riding his motorcycle or could often be found just sitting on his porch or helping his children with projects around their homes.

Surviving are his three children, Tami (Thad) Polka of Tuscarawas, Catherine Kail of Tuscarawas and Ronald Lee (Cherie) Kail, Jr. of Dennison; two brothers, Robert Kail and Rick Kail; five grandchildren, Megan Kail, Kris Kail, Kyle Kail, Kurtis Kail and Kevin Kail and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Ron was also preceded in death by a niece, Stacy Kail.

Ron is to be cremated through the care of the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia without a public visitation or service being conducted.

Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and light a candle in remembrance of Ron by visiting the funeral home’s website at www.GeibCares.com.

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Born: March 28, 1952
Died: June 4, 2021

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Cheryl Miller posted on 6/8/21

Deepest sympathy. A true friend with a heart of gold. Ron could always put a smile on your face with his wit and humor. He will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him. God bless.

 

Debra Garabrandt posted on 6/7/21

I worked with Ron at the factory for 40 years he was a good guy always willing to help my condolences to the family

 

Steve and Beth Schwab posted on 6/7/21

Cate, Tami and Ronnie, we are so sorry for your loss. Your dad was a great person. He will be missed.

 

Kelly Fox posted on 6/6/21

My family's thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I'm so...very sorry for your loss.

 

Jumbo posted on 6/6/21

I hadn’t seen Ron for a long time. I worked with him every day, for many years.I remember when great plains bad company was first coming to the area I walked in the unemployment office in New Philly and he was already sitting there. He became number one hired and I became number two. So long ago and so far away but memories are sweet. I am very saddened that he is no longer on the face of this earth. Godspeed.

 

Joyce Horn Roth posted on 6/6/21

RIP Ron, you were well loved by all who knew you. God speed and rest in the arms of Jesus. My condolences to all the family.

 

Terry Gribble posted on 6/6/21

My condolences to the family ! I worked with Ron through out our time at the bag factory. A great friend who we will miss dearly. RIP MY FRIEND !!

 

Ric posted on 6/6/21

You were loved as much as you were sincere and shared your love. BRO

 

Vicki Boltz posted on 6/6/21

You will be missed Ron such a loving and caring man.

 

Ruth A. Knecht posted on 6/6/21

So sorry for your family's loss. I worked with him for many years. He truly was a great guy. Always had a smile. He will definitely be missed. May God's love you all strength and comfort.

 

Dawn Leone posted on 6/6/21

I am so sorry to hear about Ron’s passing. I’ve got so many amazing memories with the times I spent with him. He was by far one of the sweetest and orneriest people I’ve ever met! His smile and laughter would fill an entire room. He loved to tease me about my bad driving. A true genuine man that I loved.

 

Debbie Mushrush McDade posted on 6/6/21

Rest in peace

 

Molly Nickell posted on 6/6/21

I met Ron about 10 years ago and he always was there to lend me a hand if I needed it - such a great guy! What a truly wonderful friend. He will be missed - he always spoke highly of his children and grandchildren though I never met them - I am so sorry for your loss and let the wonderful memories of your dad comfort you through this period of sadness and grief.

 

Louis Leeper posted on 6/6/21

He sold me my first street bike that I bought on my own. Suzuki GT 550 the 2 stroke 3 cylinder topped out at 97 mph down Midville hill. Great memories.

 

John & Buni Maurer posted on 6/5/21

He will be greatly missed by all his neighbors! Prayers being sent for Ron, Catherine, Tami and families for peace!

 

Brad Rippel posted on 6/5/21

Ron was a great childhood friend. We played together and went to school together from 1st grade to graduation. His beaming smile, and good humor will be sorely missed by many! Rest in Peace my Friend!

 

Ed Mason posted on 6/5/21

So very,very sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

William e McCulloch posted on 6/5/21

Our deepest sympathy to all of the family from Bill & I. We both worked with him and Bill was a year ahead of him in school. Will miss a great guy.

 

Kathleen Clough posted on 6/5/21

Rest In Peace, Ron. You will be missed. Prayers for your family.

 

Barb Dutton posted on 6/5/21

Ron's love for his children knew no bounds. He was a great father to all you. He will be missed by all that knew him.

 

Jennifer Dillon posted on 6/5/21

Cate, Tami and Ronnie my thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. Your dad was a wonderful man.

 

Melissa Napier posted on 6/5/21

I am so sorry for you loss. Love you all Missy

 

Tom and Jamie Dillon posted on 6/5/21

Cate, Tami and Ronnie, at this time of loss and sadness, let all the memories of your wonderful dad bring you comfort. Your dad was truly a special man. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Teresa Jones posted on 6/5/21

Kyle I am so sorry for your Granpas passing, you and your family are in our Prayers. Love, Vernon &Teresa Jones

 

James Terry and wife Linda posted on 6/5/21

This is a sad day. James worked with Ron. They hung out together, golfed and went to Germany for work. He will be missed. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Rob Winsch posted on 6/5/21

Prayers to your family. So sorry for your loss. Ron was an awsome person. He will be missed

 

Linda Sherer posted on 6/5/21

So very sorry for the loss. Prayers and hugs to all his family.

 

Elmer Meese posted on 6/5/21

My condolences to the family Ron will be missed.

 

Greg Reed posted on 6/5/21

Sorry for your loss. Ron was a good man always willing to help anyone.

 

Myriam Styer posted on 6/5/21

Always a nice man.

 

Lori Scriven posted on 6/5/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Ron was a good man and will be missed by many. Rest in peace Ron.

 

LuAnn Kail posted on 6/5/21

To my Son, Daughter and Ron's family,I'm sorry for your loss Ron will be missed so much .

 

Jeannie Haney (Breehl) posted on 6/5/21

Ron was such a great guy, I was at Stone Container when he was And he helped with our handicap deck Rip Ron ! Jeannie Haney

 

David Birker posted on 6/5/21

So sorry for your loss

 

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