Ronald Bruno Taroli, Jr.

Ronald Bruno Taroli, Jr., Scranton, passed away after being stricken ill at home on Thanksgiving morning.  His wife of 24 years is the former Lori Ann Moore.

Born October 16, 1972 in Scranton, he is the son of Ronald Bruno Sr and Patricia Domenick Taroli of Scranton.  Ron worked with his dad and his son Nick in the family masonry and concrete construction business.  He was a 1990 graduate of the Scranton Technical High School.

Ron was a loving son, husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend.  He loved spending time with his grandchildren.  He will be deeply missed and never forgotten.

Also surviving are daughters Stephanie and her fiancé Angelo and Ashley;  son Nicholas; sister Donna Taroli Miller; grandchildren Gabriel and Michayla; mother in law Jean Ann Santoli Moore;  nieces and nephews; countless friends.

He was preceded in death by his father in law Walter Moore.

A blessing service will be held Tuesday ay 6:30pm in the Vanston and James Funeral Home 1401 Ash St. Scranton.

Friends may call Tuesday from 4pm until the time of service.

In lieu of flowers contributions could be made directly to the family.

 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Debbie Orlowski

    Ron and Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. As parents, we never expect to have our child “pass” before us and your sorrow must be overwhelming. I hope that with time, the fond memories can replace some of the sorrow that you feel now. Love to you both. Debbie Orlowski

  2. Dalida O'Malley

    My heartfelt sorry for the passing of Ron Taroli Jr., he was a very considerate, congenial person. I will always remember his warm pleasant ways when working on my home. There is no rhyme or reason why God has taken Ron so young, be well Ron, for sooner or later we will need a stone mason in heaven.

  3. MaryAnn Runkles

    Words just seem so inadequate at this time, but I am hoping the memories you keep in your hearts will bring you comfort. I will always remember Ron for his big bear hugs and how he would always stick his tongue out when he laughed. The world was definitely a better place with him in it. Love, thoughts and prayers for all of you.

  4. Mark Domenick

    You and our family are forever in my thoughts and prayers.

    “… any mans death diminishes me,
    because I am involved in Mankinde;
    And therefore never send to know for whom
    the bell tolls; It toll for thee.”

    Rest in peace Ronnie! You are not just any man … You are family.

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