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Ronald North

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Ronald L. North age 67 of Nashua, IA died Thursday, May 19, 2022 at his home. There will be a brief service at Riverside Cemetery in Charles City on Saturday, June 11th at 2:00 p.m., followed by a Celebration of Life at the acreage in Nashua at 2665 Akron Way. Ronald (Ron) Lee North, age 67, of Nashua, Iowa died Thursday, May 19, 2022 at his home. Ron was born in Osage, Iowa on February 26, 1955 to Jim and Dorothy North. Ron’s family moved frequently, including to Waterloo, New Hampton, Mason City, Plainfield, and Rockford, where he graduated from high school as a member of the National Honor Society. During Ron’s time at school, he was active with Boy Scouts, played baritone in band, and in junior high, Ron played a lead role as the king’s son/prince in the school musical “The King and I”. Ron also played football, wrestled, and was active in Taekwondo martial arts. After high school, Ron lived in Charles City, working for a brief time at White Farm Equipment. He then moved to Poway, California where he worked for several years, before returning home to Charles City. He met his wife Cindy in 1984, and they later married, enjoying their family together with children Adam North, Taji North, and Jason Hall in Charles City. Ron opened his own business, North Construction Company, in 1984, and operated his business for 16 tears. Ron and Cindy then moved to Ames, Iowa to pursue new opportunities, and Ron started his new career as a superintendent with Story Construction, where he worked for 21 years before retiring in April 2022. After retirement, Ron looked forward to spending more time at their acreage in Nashua, both working on the property and relaxing. Ron really enjoyed sitting on the back deck, watching all the wildlife, and visiting with friends and family who would stop by. Ron also loved riding his Harley, and he was a true gun enthusiast. Ron was a very kind, honorable, intelligent, hard-working man with true integrity. He was loved and will be missed by many. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Jim and Dorothy North, and his brother-in-law, Tom Squier. Ron is survived by his wife Cindy North, children Adam North, Taji North (Chad), and Jason (Jessica) Hall, grandchildren Jadyn North, Regean Tobin, and Mykah Hall, sisters Paul Squier and Julie (John) Jesse, brothers Joe (Greti) North, Tim (Kelly) North, and Bob North, plus many nieces, nephews and good friends. 641-435-4134.

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  1. A true friend, a good man, and a talent beyond measure, tailwinds, my friend! When I hear the name Ron North, it always brings a smile!

  2. I Love You Uncle Ron!! I’m Very Honored To Be Your Nephew!! I remember going to your house in Charles City and having Lot’s Of fun there! Another memory is when you were living in California Mom told me that I Almost made her and Dad miss the flight being I was a baby and do what babies do in their diapers LOL! TMI Sorry But oh well. Way Too Many Other Memories To list. I Love You Uncle Ron!! We Will Miss You! Till we meet again!

  3. Prayers to the family ,he was such a cool guy I cut his hair at greatclips for many years till I retired. we talked about the retirement house ever hair cut when I retirrd I left him in good hands with my best friend Jenn .so I see her alot and she would always let Me know what was going on with ron.i kept in touch with him on my Facebook ron north you wll be missed you always made my day when I cut your hair.we all have to hold on to all the memories thank you ron north for letting us know each other . Jo Moorman

  4. I met Ron back in 2012. The company I worked for was a subcontractor who did work with Rons company Story Construction. At that time i had been around the construction business for over 25 years. Ron taught me a couple lessons in this business today that i apply to my work . Ron was a good man. He loved his family and his retirement home. When ever we talked you feel the live he gad for them. God took another good one from us. My deepest sorrow goes out to his family, may god be with you in your loss. Ron gods speed and i will see you again someday. Ray Hendrickson Family

  5. Always a good guy to me – back in the days of my dad’s shop, Ron stopped by a lot. My sincere condolences to all Ron’s family and many many friends. Respectfully, Rick

  6. Thoughts and Prayers to all the family and friends. We always were thrilled when Ron PM’d our projects at REG and he always treated us the best.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with you Cindy and the whole family. I worked with Ron for all of his 21 years at Story Construction and we really had a great relationship. Ron was a very special guy. I learned a lot from him about construction as well people skills. He knew how to take care of his customers. I am really going to miss him. Rest In Peace my friend!

  8. My prayers too Cindy and her family. I’m sorry too hear about Ron’s passing my prayers for all.

  9. I was so sorry to learn of Ron’s passing. I have fond memories of him at Grandma North’s, visits at my moms etc. I remember him coming to Grandpa Crain’s funeral and how nice it was to se him and give him a hug. Sorry I wasn’t able to attend the celebration of life. Sending you all peace and healing. Corinne Lee Walker

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