Ronald Scherrer Death, Obituary – KITTANNING, Pennsylvania – Ronald Scherrer of Snyder, Pennsylvania has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance. Following his time spent learning at Beardstown High School, Ron received his diploma from that school in the year 1953. After that, he entered the sales industry and went to work for Quincy Maid Potato Chips, where he worked for the next 37 years. Because he was so committed to his job, he never once called in sick or called in sick to work late.
Baseball and NASCAR were Ron’s two favorite sports, despite the fact that he followed a wide variety of sporting events. Even when he was still in middle school, he was able to dominate the competition for the shot put and take first place. In every single instance, the television was set to either a sports channel or a historical channel, with the sole exception of when it was broadcasting the Mollie B Polka Party. Ron was absolutely devoted to the Ford brand and would never even consider purchasing an automobile from a competing manufacturer.
In his spare time, some of his favorite activities included keeping active, socializing with his friends, dancing, and volunteering with Meals on Wheels. In the years 1958 through 1960, Ron proudly served his country in the Army of the United States of America. Ron’s involvement with Union United Methodist Church included a wide variety of activities, one of which was serving as an usher.
Tim Scherrer lives in Columbia, Missouri, and Terry Scherrer (Teresa), who lives in The Colony, Texas. His children are named after him. He also has one great-grandchild, Kingston Scherrer, as well as five grandchildren, USAF Major Elizabeth Scherrer, PhD, Susan Scherrer, Teresa Scherrer, Jonathan Scherrer, and Brandon Gerrin. Kay Hudson is his traveling companion. Ron outlived both of his parents, who both ended up dying before he did.