Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, February 22, at All Saints Lutheran Church, 15625 East Iliff Avenue Aurora Colorado. A burial ceremony will immediately follow at 1:00 p.m. at Ft. Logan National Cemetery, 4400 West Kenyon Avenue Denver Colorado.
In lieu of flowers, the Stierwalt family requests donations be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation:
http://support.themmrf.org/site/TR?pxfid=41695&pg=fund&fr_id=1040

Ronald Roy Stierwalt

In Loving Memory
Born:
July 30, 1945
Passed Away:
February 11, 2016
Memorial Service

Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, February 22, at All Saints Lutheran Church, 15625 East Iliff Avenue Aurora Colorado. A burial ceremony will immediately follow at 1:00 p.m. at Ft. Logan National Cemetery, 4400 West Kenyon Avenue Denver Colorado.
In lieu of flowers, the Stierwalt family requests donations be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation:
http://support.themmrf.org/site/TR?pxfid=41695&pg=fund&fr_id=1040

Ronald Roy Stierwalt, aged 70, passed away in Denver, Colorado on February 11, 2016 following a 3 year battle with Multiple Myeloma.
Born July 30, 1945 in Portales, New Mexico to Roy and Goldie (Fortney) Stierwalt, he married the love of his life, Sandra Jean Posey, on November 5, 1966.
In 1967, while attending New Mexico State University, Ron was drafted into the Army, where he served honorably as an aviation electrician. After the Army, Ron worked as an aerospace engineer for 33 years with Hughes Aircraft Company.
An avid outdoorsman, Ron loved to hunt and fish. He considered the mountains, grasslands, lakes and streams of New Mexico and Colorado his true home. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and, foremost, his love of helping others.
He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sandra, son Joshua, daughter Laura, daughter-in-law Mya, first grandchild due in July, brother Darrel, sister Charlotte; and many close friends and extended family.

 

16 Responses to Ronald Roy Stierwalt

  1. Carl and Carol Holsopple says:

    Worked with Ron many years and considered him a good friend. He will be missed.

  2. Doyle Ricci says:

    I was a co-worker of Ron’s from ’87 to ’97, and enjoyed working with him and for him; he was a good mentor and friend. RIP Ronnie.

  3. Phyllis Hall says:

    Worked with Ron at Hughes. Always enjoyed his sense of humor. You and your family have my deepest sympathy.

  4. Doc says:

    I worked with Ron for 15 years. He was the best of the best. A dedicated professional with supreme knowledge and cool leadership. It was an honor to know him and work with him.

  5. Ed Hopkins says:

    Ron was one if my supervisors when I started with Hughes in Colorado, 1996. Very smart. He was very nuturing and knew how to get the job done, but at the same time took care if his team members. My sincere condolences to his family. Ahui hou (until we meet again), Ron.

  6. Giesele Westby says:

    I was a coworker of Sandra’s for several years at Raytheon. I did meet run a few times but I was always amazed by their wonderful love story. I felt like I knew him very well as Sandra talk about him a lot! My deepest sympathies to Sandra, Laura, Josh and the entire family

  7. Thomas Miller says:

    Sad to see a friend pass, but the pain is through. Rest on…

  8. Thomas Miller says:

    Rest on…

  9. Wendell Windham says:

    Ron was a great friend and family man.
    Sandra you Josh and Laura have my deepest sympathy. God Bless

  10. Kathy McGough says:

    When I started working for Hughes in Colorado in 1982, I was the first woman in the group. I remember Ron’s gentle teasing but mostly his kindness to me. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

  11. Deb Whitted says:

    I am so sorry to hear this said news. I worked with Sandra for many years & felt like I knew her family through her. Hugs & Prayers for you dear friend

  12. Hal Rojec says:

    Ron was a long time friend and co-worker.

  13. Gary Bills says:

    You have my deepest sympathy. I had the privilege of working with Ron for many years and it was a joy.

  14. Evan Leisey says:

    Whether on the job or fishing, Ron’s passing leaves so many fond memories.

  15. Bob Charleston says:

    Worked with Ron and later with Sandra. Haven’t seen either for a few years. Will always consider Ron a good friend. May he rest in peace.

  16. Rollie says:

    RIP dear friend…
    Ron was one of my most favorite people!! He always came to his dental appointments with a big smile and always a happy glow about him..
    Stories that he told about his mother in law that warmed my heart:)
    Those scooters you bought and always saying take it for a ride ..
    We will miss you deeply …….

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