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Ronald Alan Beuch

Ronald Alan Beuch

RONALD ALAN BEUCH, age 72, passed away on Friday, April 29, 2022, in Manassas, after a battle with brain cancer (Gliosarcoma) which started in Early November 2021.

He was born on January 11, 1950, in Seattle, Washington to the late William Ralph and Shirley A. (Mylroie) Beuch.

Ron graduated from WT Woodson HS in 1968. He attended The University of Pennsylvania majoring in studio art and architecture. He worked in construction at all levels for many years until a construction accident in 1986 ended all that. He went back to school at NOVA learned computers and CAD. He worked for several companies until he retired. He always said what he learned at NOVA got him his best jobs!

He made the best smoked salmon on planet earth…which we got to enjoy every Fourth of July and Christmas Eve. He was on The Antiques Roadshow one time with a dressing table his great grandfather made out of maple burl. When the show aired, many people said I couldn’t believe it …I heard Ron Beuch’s voice coming from the TV! He enjoyed old cars and we all have good memories of car shows attended. He even got involved in racing an old white souped up pickup truck at the old Manassas track. He was very active in USA Powerlifting. He went to many meets in the US and several international meets on the US team.  He won a lot of trophies and medals, many 1sts place. He set many records and was inducted into the VA powerlifting hall of fame in 2020. His yard was his great love and spent many hours keeping it up. Also, perhaps the most impressive, he was on level 2461 of Candy Crush….

Survivors include his loving wife of 49 years, Pat Beuch; two brothers: Brad and Scott; one brother-in-law Rick and sisters in law.  Also surviving are many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews, as well as many dear friends.

A celebration of Ron’s life will be held at Olde Towne Funeral Home, 9320 West Street, Manassas, VA 20110 at 1:00 PM on Thursday, June 9, 2022, with the family receiving friends one hour prior.

Expressions of sympathy may take the form of flowers, or you may donate to:  Manassas Museum Associates, 9431 West Street, Manassas, VA 20110 in loving memory of Ron Beuch.

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10 Responses

  1. Ron was one of a kind! We have so many wonderful memories with Pat and Ron, from dinners, trips, and projects, always FUN!
    Ron and Pat were a special team, both remarkable to their friends. Pat’s quick wit countered Ron’s bigger than life wit and underneath , both caring and loving to all in their world.
    We treasure our memories and sending our love to Pat from Suzi and Travis and our family, hugs❤️

  2. Remembering all the good lifts at Fitness 19. Ron was always a straight forward and happy guy. He would also bring us flavored waters with our initials already on it.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear this news of Ron’s passing! I think back to all of our happy, crazy, youthful times, and how Ron was always up for a good time.
    Pat, I know this is a devastating loss for you. I just watched the video tribute. It’s beautifully done and brings back lots of memories.
    You’re in my thoughts.

  4. Was out of town and just heard the sad news. Ron was a great man and it was a pleasure to have known him for a short time. He was taken to early. Will always remember that booming voice and laugh. Rest In Peace my friend.

  5. I just heard the sad news yesterday. I had the privilege of having Ron work for me. He was not only a great employee you could always count on, but he also brightened up the entire workplace with his personality and I counted him as a true friend who could be trusted and that of not just an employee.

  6. I just found out from another friend. Patty I’m so sorry Ron left us so young. I worked with him many years. I always remember the good times we all had. Peace and blessings my old friend.

  7. Patty I just found out. You and Ron were very good friends Ron and I worked together for many years. So sorry for loosing him so young.

  8. I just found out about Ron’s passing. Many years have gone by but you never forget the good memories of past friends. He was a person who told you straight forward whether you liked it or not. Don’t find too many people like him. He was an adult but a kid at heart. I am so sorry you lost him during your golden years. This will be a difficult time for you but remember he is with you always in spirit.

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