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In Loving Memory

Fauss, Ronald L.

Fauss, Ronald L., passed away on August 20, 2023.

Beloved husband of Ginger Fauss (nee Williams); cherished father of Caitlynn (Andrej) Bajer, Hannah Fauss and Madelynn Fauss; dear son of Maureen (David) Flint and the late Ronald Fauss; dear brother of Caroline Fauss and Cathy Mikolay; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Services: Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, on Friday, August 25, from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Ronald’s family to defray future expenses.


9 thoughts on “Fauss, Ronald L.”

  1. Ronald “Ronny” Fauss; What a beautiful friend!
    Today, I will begin accepting Ronny’s departure as he journeys into God’s kingdom.
    I am comforted in having spent time with Ronny growing up together creating wonderful memories of outdoor adventures involving hunting and fishing trips with his deceased father “Big Ron,” and my late brother Michael.
    I also specifically recall the exact moment Ronny disclosed his love for his wife Ginger before they married. At that moment, I didn’t really understand due to my own selfishness, but marveled as Ronny raised a family he loved. Lesson conveyed; lesson learned.
    Thank you, Ronny, for all the great memories and lessons. I know I will see you again in a place where five-pound bass are caught with every cast.
    I love Ronald “Ronny” Fauss.

  2. Please accept our condolences on Ronnie’s passing. Life is impermanent and when someone we love passes, it serves as a reminder to live in the present moment. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
    Dana (Mikolay) Slay and family

  3. Our deepest and sincere condolences to the Fauss family on your loss. Be proud of the many great memories you all have and you will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

    Jim Bahlinger and your good friends at Meadowbrook C.C.

  4. Ronnie, I will miss you forever! My big brother and only brother, one of my first friends and one of my very best friends. And at sometimes throughout my life my only friend. You’ve always been here my whole life and always the kind of friend everyone needs in life and though today we say our last goodbyes you will never be forgotten. I love you Ronnie!

  5. I’ve known Ronnie for about 20 years.
    I liked Ronnie from the first day I met him. He just has that personality that you can’t help but like him. He is funny and kind always willing to listen to your stories and honest as the day is long. I doubt that he would ever intentionally hurt someone’s feelings or be rude or mean. I always had so much respect for Ronnie. He was a family man above All Else. He would always tell me that Ginger saved him from himself and without her he would never have been the man he became. He would always talked about the fact that having his family made his life worth living, and that he worked hard everyday to make sure his family always had everything they needed. You could tell he just adored Ginger. She was always his Rock and I’m sure he was for her too. It seemed like he just had so many friends all the time that just loved him like a brother. God blessing and he will be missed by so many including me. God bless you Ginger.


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