Ronald John Giarletto, 64, of Wintersville, OH died Wednesday July 1, 2015, at the Trinity Medical Center, West. Born on October 12, 1950, in Hazelton, PA, Ron was a son of the late Louis and Pauline Rossi Giarletto. He was also preceded in death by his sister, Mary Beth Schrockman. After graduating from Weirton Madonna in 1968, Ron pursued a Liberal Arts Degree from West Liberty. Ron eventually retired from Arcelor Mittal, where he began his career with Weirton Steel, working in the General Offices. When he retired, Ron was a foreman in the Tin Mill. Ron's passions in life were weight lifting and gardening. He was a member of the Weirton Steel 25 Year Club. Ron is survived by his wife, Kimberly Caranda Giarletto, whom he married on July 2, 1994; and his brother, Louis Paul Giarletto, and his wife Mary Ann. Visitation will be Friday 10 AM until 1 PM, at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV, where funeral services will be held immediately following at 1 PM. Share tributes and memories at www.grecohertnick.com 304 748 3219

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  1. Kim and Lou, I am deeply saddened to hear of Ron\’s passing. Prayers are with you during this difficult time. May Ron rest in eternal peace. God Bless

  2. Lou, you have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother, Ron. I have many memories of the fun times we all had together. Especially our times at Burger Chef.

  3. Kim and Lou: So sorry to hear about Ron. He will be greatly missed by the Madonna Class of ’68. Always friendly and willing to help anyone, may he RIP.

  4. Lou, Mary Ann, and Kim,

    So sorry to hear about Ronnie. He was a really good guy and will be sadly missed. Spent a lot of time with him at school, Burger Chef, and times at the gym. Our prayers to all of you. Sam and Chris Greco, Colliers WV

  5. Lou, you have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother. He was such a great guy to be around. Sorry I couldn’t get back to town, you and your family will be in Linda’s and my prayers. David & Linda Reed

  6. I remember when Trup would dress up as Santa and Ron would dress up as an elf and come over to our house at Christmas, shake their keys and sing “Jingle Bells.” The best memories I have of Ron always involved a lot of laughter. My deepest sympathies and prayers to your family. Jennifer Hatala Nesbit

  7. God our Father, Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives,and by Your command we return to dust.

    Pray for the dead, especially for Ron. May those who have been dear to Ron in life find a place with You in heaven.

    Lord, those who die still live in Your presence; their lives change but do not end. Pray in hope for Ron’s family, relatives, and friends, and for all the dead known to you alone.

    In company with Christ Who died and now lives may rejoice in your kingdom where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together as one people, to sing Your praise forever and ever.

    Prayer for the Dead

    Catholic Book of PRAYERS

    joyce thompson-bucci

  8. Louie and Kim Our condolences and deepest sympathy to you both and the rest of the Giarletto family. Sorry I was not able to make it to the funeral home. Just heard about this tragedy this Wednesday. Ronnie was such a great friend. Spent many good times and memories from the old days. May his memory be eternal. Sorry again to hear about Ronnie’s passing. RIP Ron. Jay and Georgene Horton

  9. Kim & Louie, I would like to convey my deepest sympathy to you in your great loss. It is difficult to express how sorry I am to hear of the death of Ron. I went to school with him and he was such a nice guy with a great sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time and in the days ahead.

    Ann Marie Leferink (Ference)

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