Ron Allison Obituary, Death – Ronald Allison passed away at JoAnne’s House at Hope Hospice, where he was receiving care. His relatives surrounded him. On February 1st, 1938, Ron Allison was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Carl Allison and Lillian (Logel) Allison passed away before Ron was even born. He graduated in 1957 from Shaler High School in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania. He joined the American Army after earning his degree from the Pittsburgh Business Academy, serving there for a total of six years.
He married Janet (Markovic) Allison, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native, in 1963. She was the passion of his life. Ron has worked for a number of companies over the course of his career, including Armored Carrier Corporation and John Hancock Life Insurance Company. He began working for United Parcel Service in 1966 and enjoyed a long and successful career there, holding a number of managerial roles at the district and regional levels around the country. He worked as the National Automotive Purchasing Manager at the business’s Atlanta headquarters before taking early retirement in 1993.
After retirement, Janet and Ron relocated to Bonita Bay, where they enjoyed many wonderful years of sailing, fishing, golfing, tennis, and other activities. Despite this, Ron’s primary interests were racing and collecting classic vehicles. His most exhilarating week ever was Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats. But what truly brought him joy was the time he got to spend with his grandkids and all of the granddogs. Ron Allison is survived by his parents, Janet (Markovic) Allison and John Allison, in addition to his wife Janet (Markovic) Allison, Brian J. Allison, and Michele L. (Rose) of Lakewood Ranch, Florida.
Jeffery S. and Becky L. Jaarda are inhabitants of Estero, Florida. Jaarda, Becky L. Among his other, living relatives are his sister Dianne (Allison) Krupp and her husband L. Edward of Simsbury, Connecticut. He also leaves behind his niece Karen (Krupp) Lubin, David, and Stephen (Tiffany) Krupp. St. John the Evangelist Parish in Naples, the Bonita Bay Club, the Corvette Club of Naples, Larrys Creek Fish and Game Club in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, and The Cliffs at Glassy Club in Landrum, South Carolina were just a few of the clubs and organizations Ron belonged to.