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Ronald Barlow

Ronald Barlow

Wednesday, March 11th, 1936 - Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020
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Obituary

Ronald Barlow of Plumsteadville passed away on Wednesday December 23, 2020 at his home. Ronald was the husband of the late Emma Hofmeister, together they were married for 40 years.

Born in Philadelphia Ron was the son of the late Harry and Margaret Krause.

Ron had served his country in the United States Air Force, and had been employed as a machinist in the tool & die industry. Ron enjoyed crossword puzzles, cryptograms and Nature. He also loved Chocolate cake.

Ron is survived by his children Lisa Roby (Doug) of Texas, Lori Barlow of Plumsteadville, John Barlow of Plumsteadville, and Cindy Fleischer (Scott) of Doylestown. He was the grandfather of Donna Shelton (Jim) of Texas, Stephanie Thompson (Rachael) of New Jersey, Joshua Weideman (Corrine) of Quakertown, Jeramie Weideman of Pipersville, Kai Barlow of Plumsteadville, Mikaylah Wagner of Iowa, Eliana, Serena, and Brody Barlow, Eric Yannarella of Doylestown, Samuel and Alyssa Fleischer of Doylestown, and his 4 great grandchildren, Lexie and Roxie of Texas, Jewel and Jada of Quakertown.

Ron was the brother of Jack Barlow of Canton and uncle of Peggy and Kathrine and Robert.

Ron was preceded in Death by his daughter Linda Barlow-Lockard, Grandson Samuel Barlow, and his Great Grandsons Stephen and Joseph Thompson


A graveside service will be held at 11:00am on Thursday December 31, 2020 at Plumsteadville Cemetery. Social distancing & masks will be required.
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    Thursday December 31, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Thursday December 31, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Graveside
    Address
    UNKNOWN
    Notes
    A graveside service will be held at 11:00am on Thursday December 31, 2020 at Plumsteadville Cemetery. Social distancing & masks will be required.

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Joe

Posted at 03:08pm
 
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Joe Posted at 03:18pm

Dear Barlow family please accept my deepest condolences of Dad's passing. He was a very gracious, compassionate gentleman. He took me in at the business on Rt 309 & treated me very well. I tried my best to help him with it too. Early last year I started to look him up again but life got in my way. Sorry I didn't follow up that thought now. May he rest in peace forever. I for one will never forget this kind man. To you all, Numbers 6:24-26 Joe Cohen
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Patricia feehan

Posted at 11:59pm
I am a very good friend of Lori. He was most nices person in the world. We used to joke about his big feet and I would call him big foot. He was careing and kind to me. When my dad he wanted to see how I was doing when I talk to Lori. He will be missed dearly. Condolence to the family and especially to Lori and Kia. Love you big foot you will be missed.
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