Ron was the first born of 4 children to Ronald and Katherine Peacock. He was born in Boston, MA and lived there until age 9. He was an altar boy, eagle scout, ran track and cross country, was a writer, singer/song writer, nature lover and a hiker.
Ron joined the US Army in 1976 - 1980 and met his wife Marilyn in Tech Control class at Fort Gordan, Georgia. Both graduated from Norton HS in 1977 and 32 Delta class in April of 1978. Ron in Norton, MA and Marilyn in Norton, OH.
Ron served 2+ years in South Korea and Marilyn in Germany. They kept in touch throughout the years and finally married in June of 2001. Ron also served in the Air National Guard.
Ron worked as a Technician for Western Union and other companies. He was a line cook for well over 20 years. He also was a truck driver, an auto parts representative. Ron worked until December 2023.
Ron enjoyed his computer, John Denver, playing guitar, writing songs, and editing his own newspaper, The Pavo News. He was known to many as Boston Ron. He loved fishing, hiking, and being outdoors. He loved to debate on any subject, take pictures, and make videos. His retirement goal was to travel to all of the National Parks and visit friends across this country.
Ron was preceded in death by his father Ronald E. Peacock Sr. and his beloved dog, Jack Rocky Peacock. He leaves behind his wife Marilyn, Mom Kathy/Bill, brothers Kevin and Michael, and his sister Kathy/Tommy. He also has a niece Alyssa/Derek Moran, nephews Dylan, Brandon Bramlett, Jeremy, and Brady. He has three great nephews Dustin Peacock, Aeden Bramlett, and Harrison Moran.
He will be loved, missed and remembered by many. His ashes will be interred at the National Cemetery in Bourne, MA, where he will have military honors. Memorials to Ron can be sent to Life Care Hospice in Wooster, OH or to MikeRoweWorks. In celebration of Ron's life, you are welcome to tap on the link provided to listen to a song called "Garden of Stone" that Ron composed and performed.https://youtu.be/q9G6dYGgnuU?si=CbBBWe_hPlh_OMB0
Arrangements entrusted to Adams Mason Funeral Home (330) 535-9186