Ronald Kozaro

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Ronald Chester Kozaro fell asleep at Eleven Twenty the evening of Monday, February Fourteenth, Two Thousand Twenty-Two in the year of our Lord at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, L.I., palliative care facility. Ronnie was born Thursday, April Thirtieth, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Three at Yonkers General Hospital, Ashburton Avenue, Yonkers, New York. He was raised by his mother and father, Rose and Chester along with his sister, Loretta in Yonkers where he graduated from Charles E. Gorton High School. Ronald was known for his love of singing and loved to emulate Julie Andrews in the 'Sound of Music' and 'Mary Poppins'. He was loved by all in the New Rochelle Shelter, and the Sutton Park Nursing Home on Lockwood Avenue as well as the Bridgeview Nursing Home in Whitestone, New York. Ronald had a big heart and love of life to the end. He was never shy about asking for help. He was a survivor. Sadly, he leaves a host of relatives and vivid memories of the interactions he had with people. His surviving cousins: Annette, Barbara, Margaret-Ann, Hilda, Lana, Jerome, Anthony and Robert Sr.; Nieces and nephews: James, Cheryl, George and Christine. His beloved Aunt Mickey. Great Appreciation and gratitude to all the medical staff and workers who helped Ronnie live the remaining years of his life. Ronald passed away with dignity, peaceably, and someday we will meet again in the great bye and bye.

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9:00 am - 10:00 am
Monday, February 21, 2022
Community Home For Funerals Inc.
601 Yonkers Ave
Yonkers, New York, United States
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1953 - 2022

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