Ronald W. Stuhr
Ronald Wayne Stuhr, age 72, of Lincoln, passed away Wednesday, April 19, 2023, at Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln. He was born October 7, 1950, to Richard (Dick) Stuhr and Delores Stuhr (Fuller) at York General Hospital. He graduated from York Public High School in 1969 and from the University of Nebraska. Ron served in the U.S. Army stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War.
He is survived by brothers Richard (Sheila) Stuhr of Fayetteville, TN, Michael (Marla) Stuhr of Colorado Springs, CO, Jeffrey (Anne) Stuhr of Hot Springs, AR, Sisters Barbara (Rod) Drake of Seward, Susan Nichols of Beaver Crossing, Dorothy (Duane) Stice of Hayward, CA, Barbara Molleson of Union City, CA, Vicki (Kurt) Faria of Paradise, CA and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, step-mother Florence Stuhr, brother Charles (Charlie) Stuhr, and brother-in-law Jim Nichols.
A celebration of life will be Saturday, April 29th at 1:00 pm in Lincoln, NE at The Meeting Place, 2748 S Street. Please join us. Everyone is welcome.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the family for further designation.
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Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
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Ron through the only pass I caught in a high school football game. It was a five yarder
and I can see him jumping up and throwing it to me right across the line.
I first met Ron in 2014 at the VA clinic in Lincoln, NE.
He and I were there for an AA meeting.
He shared in the meeting and I liked what he said and how he said it.
I introduced myself to him following the meeting and we talked for a while. He invited me to a Saturday Morning Men’s Only meeting at the Meeting Place at 9:30am.
At that meeting, Ron introduced me to his AA sponsor who eventually became my AA sponsor.
So, Ron had a profound impact on my life simply because of that chance Meeting at the VA.
I appreciate Ron, his service to his country, and his service to AA.
My deep condolences to his family.