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Ronald Roynon

Ronald K. “Casey” Roynon, 73, of Carey, passed away peacefully at 9 a.m. Sunday, March 13, 2022, at Bridge Hospice Care Center in Findlay with his family by his side.
Born on Jan. 8, 1949, in Findlay, he was the son of the late Ronald “Melvin” Roynon and Eva Baker Predmore. He was raised by his step-father, Donald Predmore. He was also preceeded in death by his step-mother Jacqulyn “Jackie” Roynon.
Casey graduated from Carey High School in 1967. Casey married his high school sweetheart, Virginia “Ginny” Guthridge, on Aug. 30, 1969. They enjoyed the next 53 years raising their children, working hard to make a better life for the family and loving their grandchildren. Casey loved spoiling the grandkids and watching them compete and perform in their extracurricular activities.
Casey started his career at Porcelain Products in Carey. During this time Casey also co-owned an ice cream truck business, a house remodeling business and built pallets with Mugs for specialty shipments at Porcelain. On Jan. 9, 1989, Casey established Roynon Electrical Products Company (REPCO). He worked countless hours molding the business into a highly respected sales agency. He was a no nonsense guy and people he worked with appreciated it. He turned the business over to his son in 2018 and looked forward to retirement.
Casey was a man of faith. He was a member of Our Lady of Consolation in Carey, where he was eucharistic minister, usher and currently served as president of church council. Casey also was instrumental in raising funds for various projects at the church. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus #1925 in Carey and a life member of the NRA.
Casey was a Carey man through and through. He was always looking to make his hometown a better place to live. He served on village council and volunteered his time with the Carey festival for many years.
He had a passion for golf. He enjoyed playing at Lakeland Golf Course with the crew. He also loved trips to Tennessee, not for the view, but for the golf. Trips to Key West were he and Ginny’s relaxation trips.
Most important of all, was his entire family. They were always priority number one. Family get-togethers were treasured times to Casey. Whether it was summers around the pool or holiday gatherings, he sat back and soaked it all in.
Casey is survived by his children, Brent M. (Leah) Roynon of Findlay and Bethany L. (Randy Dukes) Crawford of Carey; grandchildren, Casey, Cade and Cailin; two step-grandchildren, D.J. and Kaitlyn; and six siblings, Russell (Judy) Chester of Mt. Blanchard, Cheryl (Roger) Hayward of Bowling Green, Vickie (Larry “Mugs”) Myers of Carey, Jackie (Jimmy) Perkins of Carey, Bev (Steve) Shuler of Carey and Tammie (Bill) Blum of Wharton.
The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, at Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home in Carey.
A mass of Christian burial will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 17, at the Basilica of Our Lady of Consolation in Carey, with the Rev. John Bamman, OFM Conv., officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to OLC School or Bridge Home Health and Hospice and sent to the funeral home.
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