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Ronald E. Fletcher

Ronald E. Fletcher, age 73, of West Grove, PA, passed away on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at his home.

Ronn was born in Richmond, VA., son of the late Russell C. and Mildred Walls Fletcher. He earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech and his M.S. in mechanical engineering from Tennessee Tech.

Ronn worked for the DuPont Company for over 32 years, retiring in 2001. He had numerous assignments within the company and worked at many of the locations. For his last 10 years, he worked at the Experimental Station in Wilmington, DE as the Research Operations Manager.

Ronn actively supported various non-profit organizations for the homeless, disadvantaged children with vision care and other special needs. He focused on smaller charitable groups which could “change the paradigm”, make an impact in local community’s needs. Ronn founded several charitable funds to “Pay it Forward”!

Services will be private as well as the interment in Sandston, VA.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Ronn’s memory may be made to Eagles Youth Partnership, 1 Novacare Way, Philadelphia, PA 19145.

Funeral Services

Services will be private as well as the interment in Sandston, VA.


    Fred & Mary Zwiebel writes,
    We remember Ron as a kind & caring member of our Ovations community. He always had a kind word and a smile on his face. When walking through the community we would meet Ron and have a wonderful conversation. We would also meet at the swimming pool and enjoy Ron’s company. We will miss you Ron. May God Bless you abundantly. Fred & Mary Zwiebel
    03/17/2020 02:18 pm
    Lane Hash writes,
    Ronn and I were college roommates from the third quarter of our freshman year until the beginning of our senior year. We have remained friends over the years - throughout our DuPont careers and beyond. R.I.P. ... and safe travels, old friend. Lane Hash Moneta, VA
    03/18/2020 01:39 pm

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