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Ronald Dale Wallstrom

Posted 2020-06-22 by mhenderson
Published in Mohave Daily News Online from Jun. 21 to Jun. 28, 2020.
Bullhead City, Arizona


Ron, the only son of Gunnar "Red" and Alice Jewel Wallstrom, born in
Turlock, California on July 22, 1933 passed peacefully at home
surrounded by family and love on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

His childhood years were spent in Downieville, California, where he
grew up enjoying the outdoors. As a young man he joined the Army and
served during the Korean War and lived in the Bay Area. He later
relocated to Bullhead City in the early 1960s where he met and married
the love of his life, Patricia. He moved to Mohave Valley with his
family after being hired by Santa Fe Railroad where he and Pat opened
Walldo's Video and Satellite. He loved to hunt and fish. He also
enjoyed sports and coached and mentored the kids of the community. He
along with a few other men from Mohave Valley, helped establish the
Mohave Valley Little League, clearing the land and making the field
that has been enjoyed by many over the years. When he retired from the
railroad he moved to Golden Shores where he was an active member of
the community and Chamber Of Commerce.

Ron was preceded in death by his parents; and a grandson.
Ron is survived by his wife, Patricia Bennett Wallstrom; his seven
children whom he loved very much, Dan (Tracy) Wallstrom, Bill
Wallstrom, Kenneth (Barbara) Wallstrom, Julie Fuller, Jill (Randy)
Snuggs, Margie Poppin, and Robert (Paula) Wallstrom; he also leaves
behind 19 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

Not gone, just gone hunting and fishing with the Master.

Services are planned for March of 2021 when all of his children can
come together to celebrate his life.

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