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Ronald W. Anderly

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From page A2 | May 17, 2013 | 2 Comments

Ronald Anderly older

Oct. 16, 1943 — May 10, 2013

Ron passed away on May 10, 2013. He was born in Sacramento on Oct. 16, 1943, to Elizabeth T. and Frank J. Anderly. He was the younger brother of Eugene F. Anderly. He leaves behind his wife, Dyana R. (Parker) Anderly; son, Steven G. (Lori M.) Anderly; daughter, Kristen K. Anderly-Chavis; and grandchildren, Jacob and Reagan Anderly.

Ron graduated from Sacramento High School in 1961. He served honorably in the U.S. Army (1965-1967). He was awarded a Bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice and a Master’s degree in Public Administration. He had a distinguished 30-year career in law enforcement, including 25 years in San Francisco as a Special Agent for the California Department of Justice, Bureau of Investigation.

Private funeral services will be followed by internment at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, Calif.

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  • Joe and Jayne BarbatoMay 16, 2013 - 9:47 am

    I am saddened to hear of Ron's passing. He was such a wonderful person and friend to all who knew him. In the words of Helen Keller " What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us" May peace be with his family at this time and please let us know if there is anything we can do.

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  • Julianne SaundersMay 16, 2013 - 10:32 am

    My heart sank this week when I heard of Ron's passing. I worked for Ron & Dyana for several years and they were not just my employers and friends, they are my extended family. I remember when I would go to their home every two weeks, I did not view it as a job. It was a treat to go to their home every two weeks. I would always be intrigued with the stories Ron would tell me. My cleaning job should have lasted about six hours but I do not think I ever got out in less than 8 hours. The first two hours of that day would be spent talking about what happened over the last two weeks and bringing each other up to speed on everything or exchanging recipes for our favorite soups. Not one time went by that he did not ask about my kids and family. He would educate me all the time on politics and made me a stronger Republican (I know he is smiling)! Unfortunately, I moved away a couple months ago from the area but not a day had gone by that I did not think of Ron or keep him in my daily prayers. Me and my family have a tradition in the winter when I make them soup they either tell me, “ Mom make Ron’s # 1 soup or Ron’s # 2 soup”. He had provided me his two favorite soup recipes and I know myself, my children and family absolutely adored them. I know Ron’s memory will live on in my family and he will not be forgotten. Ron was truly a great Husband, Father and Friend I was honored to know him. Much love always my friend until we meet again. Friends are friends forever If the Lord's the Lord of them And a friend will not say never 'Cause the welcome will not end Though it's hard to let you go In the Father's hands we know That a lifetime's not too long to live as friends.

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