Ronald DiChario
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Obituary of Ronald DiChario

DiChario, Ronald

Rochester: February 12, 2017. He is survived by his wife, Lori A. Rivera DiChario; children, Chris (Roger) Moynes, Cindy (Eric) Ingerick, Susan (Charlie) Bielinski; grandchildren, Meghan, Jordan, Shelby & Evan Ingerick, Brianna Wiggins, Diamond Bielinski; brothers, Nicholas (Josephine) DiChario & Anthony (Kimber) DiChario; several nieces & nephews and dear friends; his beloved Rescue Dog Bailey.

Ronald’s visitation will be held Thursday, February 16, 1-3 & 6-8 PM at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane (between Rte 390 & Long Pond Rd). Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Hildebrant Hospice, 2652 Ridgeway Ave., Rochester, NY 14626 and/or G.R.A.S.P., P.O. Box 26741, Rochester, NY 14626 in Ronald’s memory.

Ron graduated from Jefferson High School and RIT. During his high school years, he enjoyed working on cars and spending time with family hunting and fishing.

He obtained his Flight Certification through CFI, ATP & A&P. He flew helicopters and fixed winged planes. He was responsible for designing, building and developing Air Park Estates East & Airpark Estates West. You could say he was most comfortable sitting in a plane or a back hoe. It was a true joy for him to go to work every day.

Ron was most happy spending time with family. He was a very supportive father and grandfather.

He loved to fly, collecting cars (especially Corvette’s), hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends in the outdoors.

Ron enjoyed watching TV. He especially enjoyed watching Car Auctions, boxing and Rocky Movies.

He enjoyed music types to include: Big Band, Frank Sinatra and Engelbert Humperdinck. He also had a love of dogs especially his faithful friend Bailey.

Ron was: caring, fun loving, adventurous, determined, compassionate, empathetic, hardworking, friend to everyone, strong willed and robustly opinionated. He often said “do everything with love and gratitude.”

He was loved and will be missed by many!