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Ronald E. Madajeski

April 28, 2021

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Due to the continued flooding and damage done to Dundaff St. from the recent rain, viewing for Ronald E. Madajeski that was scheduled for tonight has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Calling hours have been scheduled for Saturday May 8th from 11 am. to 1 p.m.  Access to the funeral home parking lots can be made from Lincoln St. Leaving the funeral home you can make a left turn onto Dundaff St. and then a left turn unto Albert St. next to St. Mary’s Church or by making a right onto Dundaff St. and going to Main Ave. 

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Ronald E. Madajeski, 71, of Clarks Summit, PA, passed away unexpectedly at Regional Hospital on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, following a heart attack. He is survived by his loving family including wife Judy Bernosky, son, Michael, Michael’s partner Laura Heffron, his adoring grandson Jackson, sister Sandra, and loyal Chow-Chow dog Toby. Ron is preceded in death by his parents Edward and Isabelle, formerly Slebodnik. Ron was extremely proud of both his son Michael and grandson Jackson for their musical and thespian pursuits and enjoyed attending their performances with his wife Judy filled him with pride.

Ron was well-loved not only by his family but also friends and neighbors who could always rely on him to assist in the neighborhood with any project or chore, often volunteering his time and talents to ensure his neighbors’ well-being and forming close friendships while doing so.

He was an avid NY Yankees and Penn State fan and enjoyed attending games with his son and grandson. He also enjoyed culinary pursuits, especially cooking family meals for the holidays, entertaining friends and guests, and traveling with his beloved wife Judy to Broadway, the Philadelphia flower show, and Las Vegas where he and his wife Judy were married.

While many may remember him for his colorful and impeccable sense of style, Ron will always be remembered best for his generosity, sense of humor, loyalty, and love of family. Ron’s family, including dog Toby, wish him a heartfelt farewell; “Goodbye, Pa. We love you and will miss you forever, but you will always live on in all of us.”

Due to the continued flooding and damage done to Dundaff St. from the recent rain, viewing for Ronald E. Madajeski that was scheduled for tonight has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.  To leave an online condolence visit the funeral home website.