In Memory

Ronald J. Stork

Ronald J. Stork

In May of 1964, Ron married Karen Heckman, also a member of LHS Class of ’61.  In 1966 Ron joined the Nebraska National Guard.  Ron worked for many years as a printer employed in a small shop in Lincoln.   He later worked in the family business, Stork Sheet Metal and then for Forest Furnace and Air Conditioning.  Ron started his own business, Solar Control Company, selling a protective window covering.  Ron enjoyed working with his hands and loved oil painting.  He also was an avid fan of European sports cars and over the years owned an MG, a Sprite, and his favorite of all, a Jaguar XJ6.  Ron died February 17, 1994 and is survived by one daughter and two grandchildren.

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11/17/09 10:38 PM #1    

Wayne H. Schwindt

To the best friend i ever had i miss you i loved you and your whole family. your friend forever WAYNE SCHWINDT STuFF. 

01/26/11 11:08 PM #2    

Todd Hoover

Sometimes, I was so jealous of Ron...  I recall that he had a 1940 Ford Coupe - I later bought a 1940 Ford Delux but was no where near to condition of Ron's.  Then, in his senior year, his parents bought a 1961 plymouth with cross-ram dual four barrel carbs.  Now, that car was a manual trans with a high performance engine. And....... and, it was a convertible!!!  That just blew me away!!   Ron was genuinely a nice guy - smart, too.  Thanks, Ron, for being a friend.

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