Obituary of Ronald L Hossler
Ronald L. Hossler, 67, of Parrish, FL, gained his heavenly angel wings February 5, 2022. He was the son of the late Medwin J. Hossler and Lilyan Armstrong. Ronnie was a wonderful husband, amazing father and grandfather and cherished friend to many. He loved to socialize with anyone and everyone and had a heart of gold. He would give you the shirt off of his back and did absolutely everything for his family. He was an avid Trump supporter and extremely patriotic proud of his dad's and brother Mike's military service. He loved his veterans and K-9 police unit. Ronnie was a lifelong resident of Lititz and Manheim but relocated several years ago to Florida with his family. He loved the beach where he would vacation in OCMD if not an occasional trip to St. Augustine, FL. Ronnie thoroughly enjoyed his retired life in Florida but never forgot his many friends in Manheim and Lititz. He was an avid sports fan who loved Penn State and anything Pittsburgh Steelers or Penguins. He loved cows and alligators. Ronnie's faith was very important to him whether he was attending LCBC in Manheim or volunteering at his Bayside Community Church in Bradenton, FL.
Ronnie was a 1973 graduate of Manheim Central High School where he and his twin were star football players. Following high school, he was a longtime employee of Armstrong World Industries in Lancaster, PA. He was the proud co-owner of three small businesses in Lititz with his wife Vickie, Absolutely Balloony, Victoria's Florals, and the Turquoise Shoppe. He was also kept very busy being a longtime landlord. Ronnie is survived by: his wife of 47 years, Vickie, Son Chad, daughter Tiffany, married to James Patterson, grandson Marcus, who was his pride and joy, and grand dog, Brinx, who he loved spoiling. He is also survived by his identical twin Donnie Hossler, brothers Gene and Mike, and a sister Theresa and stepfather Elvin Dundore.
A Celebration of life in Lititz, PA is planned for late July, around his birthday.
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