Ronald J. Lemanski

ronald lemanski
Ronald Joseph Lemanski (Col. US Army, Ret.) (age 78) passed away on February 26, 2009 at his home in Vienna, Virginia. Loving husband of 55 years to Faith Henderson Lemanski & deovted father of Laura Clay, Richard (Carolyn) Lemankski & Catherine (Paul) Ellington. He is also survived by a sister, Audrey (Stanley) Barton; a brother, Jerome Lemanski; seven grandchildren: Matthew, Kaitlyn, Paul Jr., Nicholas, Michael, Christian, & Tyler.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Ron and I were in the same company “H-2” at West Point. Although, upon graduation we went are separate ways for years, occassionaly our paths would cross. I remember meeting with Ron in the 70’s, as he was with the staff at DCPG, which was first ever Electronic Intrusion Detection System in Viet Nam. Ron was always a joy to be around and very helpful to all who needed assistance. Be at peace, Ron. Our prayers are with Faith and the family. Yale D Weatherby

  2. Faith, our thoughts, prayers and love are with you and your family as always. Special memories of Ron and the many life experiences we all shared through the years will be treasured forever. God bless you!

  3. Ron, Our prayers are with you. It was a total pleasure to know you and an honor to serve with you. Our best to you for evermore. Ed & Win

  4. Dear Cathy and family, We were so saddened to hear about the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, your mother, and your family. In deepest sympathy, Siobhan, Una, and Betty Somerville

  5. Faith, Laura, Kathy and Rick, you will all be in our prayers. We have many happy memories of “the Colonel” and will cherish them always.

  6. Dear Faith and family, We have so many fond and fun memories of Ron, from high school to West Point, courtship, wedding and family. We were always in awe. Ron was our role model, our hero and our guide. Of course, he was my mom’s (Aunt Kay) favorite! My brother Gerv, my sister-in-law Mary, and I may be attending the services in May. Hopefully we will see you on the 4th. Our thoughts and prayers come along with the warmth of memories.

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