Ronald
Bogdanski, Ronald Douglas, 49, of Carson passed away suddenly on March 4, 2006. He is survived by his wife of 12 years, Teri; daughter Andrea; brother Larry and many other loving family members and loyal friends. He was preceded in death by father Lawrence and mother Tella. Ron was born on September 16, 1956 in Cleveland, OH. He moved west with family to Tucson Arizona in 1969 where he finished school and earned a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona. Ron was a long-time employee of Raytheon. His passions were his family and friends. His kindness, generosity and sense of humor touched many lives. He will be forever missed. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held on Friday, March 17th at 11:00 a.m. at Rice Mortuary, 5310 Torrance Blvd., Torrance with a reception following from noon until 2:00 p.m. Email condolences to terilinn7@yahoo.com. To send the family a message, share a memory, for directions to services, or to view the online video tribute please go to the mortuary's website, www.LAfuneral.com

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  1. Hi Teri and Andrea, I know what you are going through and my thoughts are with you both. I love ya with all my heart. Hang in there. Andrea, your dad will be with you always!!!!!!!!! He will alway be in your heart and he will always be watching over you. God bless you both Love Vicki

  2. Dear Teri and Andrea, Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and your family. The video tribute was beautiful. Love, Ina, Mary, John, and April Bogdanski & Doug Kershey

  3. Our Deepest Condolences From the bottom of our Hearts. Please know that we will miss him terribly. If there is anything u need,please feel free to let us know, Love and God Bless. John, Dianne, James, and Jacqueline.

  4. This is alyssa and Ron was my greatest uncle in the world…I remember 2 weeks before he left we as me and andrea where playing uno cards with him and we had a blast…I just cant believe that he is gone..He was my best uncle in the world.He was there for me and Andrea..I just remember my childhood memories with him,Andrea,and I. I will always remember those memories and Uncle Ron i love you and you the best uncle in the world and i love you and i know you r in a happier place and you can be with grandma Barr..I love you and always will!!! Wow dad i miss you… You have always been there for me and i wish you still were..I am always going to remember you and all the silly things we used to do together.. like putting cholula on our popcorn…it sounds wierd but what can i say you were right it was the best…I just wanteed to let you know that I think about you every night and you will always be in my heart!!! I LOVE YOU DADDY!!! KISSES

  5. Ron was my Uncle..He was the best uncle anyone could ever ask for..i loved going to my Aunt Teri’s house cause whenever I would go there he would make my feel welcomed.. I loved talking to him.. Always made me laugh and that is what is so great about him.. He makes you feel really comfortable and laugh when your upset or just to be funny.. I will always remember my Uncle Ron.. I will always hear him say,” In the garden..” something that really made Aunt Teri upset.. I just want to say that he is in a better place and he is with my grandma Joyce Barr and with his parents.. He ment everything to me and I will never forget him.. I love you Uncle Ron and I hope you made it safe up there and that Im glad that you could finally be happy.. ~Breeanne Cisneros your oldest niece

  6. Teri and Andrea, Ron has touched so many lives with his wit and humor. I remember when we all went to vegas. You and Cheryl said you knew where we were in the Casino, because we were making so much noise at the Crap table. I always loved Ron as if he was my brother.

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