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Ronald Steven Limas
Worked at Big League Dreams
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Ronald Steven Limas, 46, passed away peacefully surrounded by his beloved family and friends in San Francisco, California,  on May 11, 2010. He was born on January 29, 1964 in French Camp, California. He joins his parents in heaven, the late Daniel and Mary Limas, and brothers David Limas, Salvador Limas and Johnny Limas.

Ron leaves behind his loving children, Patricia Lopez and husband Nathan of Lathrop, Vanessa Pareja and husband Edward of Manteca, and Ronald S. Limas JR. of Manteca. He was blessed by two beautiful grandchildren, Anthony and Natalie Lopez of Lathrop. He was a little brother to Danny Limas of Manteca, Theresa Limas of Manteca and Anna Limas of Manteca. He was an amazing uncle to Tina Limas of Manteca, Angie Limas of Manteca, Nicole Ponce of Manteca, Gabriell Escobedo of Manteca, Aurelia Harris of Salida and Danielle Limas of Stockton.  Ronnie also leaves his best friend, first love and high school sweetheart Rebecca Ferris, with whom he was engaged.

Ronnie, as he was known to his family and friends, worked at Big League Dreams in Manteca for 3 ½ years. Ronnie also worked for Simpson Paper Co. in Ripon for 10 years and Kamprath Seeds for a short period of time and in his high school years he worked putting up the wind mills at the Altamont. Ronnie loved his Oakland Raiders and the Oakland A’s. He himself was an outstanding baseball player.   In his JR years in high school, he was named 1981 V.O.L baseball second base, hitting 316 and his senior year he was named 1982 all V.O.L  baseball, MVP hitting 514. Ronnie was called the “ Team’s Best Pure Hitter”.  He had the fastest hands, he was also called “The Man With The Golden Glove” with the Stewart Post No. 803. Ronnie’s  true pride and joy were his children and grandchildren. He loved watching his son and grandson playing baseball. He had an unconditional love for each and every one of his family members. He will be remembered as a loving and devoted father, grandfather , brother, uncle and friend. He will be missed and will live in our hearts, mind and souls forever.  

Arrangements for Ronnie are being handled by P.L. Fry and Son Funeral Home 290 N. Union Road, Manteca. Visitation will be Thursday, May 20, 2010 from 1 to 7 p.m. followed by a rosary at 7:00p.m. Mass will be Friday May 21, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. He will be laid to rest at St. John’s Catholic Cemetery Escalon, California. An online guest book is available at       

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin
Tuesday, May 18, 2010