Ronald Owen “Ron” Pigman

December 22, 1951 ‒ December 02, 2017

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Ronald Owen “Ron” Pigman, of Mansfield, died peacefully at his home on Monday, December 4, 2017 following an extended illness.

Born December 22, 1952, the son of Kathleen and Frank Owen Pigman of Lexington, Ron graduated in 1970 from Lexington High School.  Ron was a veteran having served in the US Army.  For many years, he delivered mail in Mansfield and retired from the US Postal Service.  Ron was an avid reader and a self-proclaimed “expert” on a variety of subjects.

Survivors include his sons Benjamin (Keylia) and Blake; granddaughters Shayla and Kathleen; Ron’s mother Kathleen; brothers Frank, Ed, and David; nephews Colin, Ethan, Chase, Andrew, Michael, Dustin, and a niece Courtney.

He was preceded in death by his father Frank; brother Pete, and niece Kristen.

The Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home is serving his family.  At his request there will be no calling hours or memorial service. Online condolences to his family may be made

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  • Thoughts and prayers for the loss of a fine friend and classmate, William Miller and “Christmas Cookie” Grandma, Mary Miller.

  • So sorry to hear of the loss of my friend and your family member. I knew Ron many years a go, but always considered him a friend. My condolences to the Frank and the rest of the family

  • Sending my deepest sympathies to all of Ron’s family for such an untimely and profound loss. Losing someone we love is the hardest part of our journeys in life. May your grief and sorrow be short-lived and be replaced with really good memories of the wonderful man that he was to all of us. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

  • May you continue to find comfort in the many good times you shared with each other and the hope found in god’s word, john 5;28, 29

  • I am incredibly honored and blessed to have known Ron, he was a very kind intelligent articulate individual and a philosopher in his own right. He was an avid fan of NCAA football often watching replays of classic games. His favorite author was Mark Twain whom he respected greatly. His genrerosity was unbridled and he would do anything for anybody especially those in need. He would purchase candy and hand it out to kids on his mail route becoming everyones favorite mailman. His granddaughters were his pride and joy and he often spoke so proudly of their academic and athletic accomplishments. He loved his siblings and family unconditionally through all. With his passing the world has experienced a great loss but his good deeds and life live on in our memories. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. We love you eternally Ron.

  • Kathleen, Frank, Ed and David. I was saddened to hear of Ron’s death. My hope is tha you have great memories of a son and brother that will help you through the coming days.

    Joanne Nye Seith, Central Elem ’59 – ’70

  • Dave and family: We are so sorry to learn of Ron’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • To the entire family you are in my thoughts and have my heart felt condolences. SO SAD. Ron meant the world to me and though we went in different directions I still thought of him often. May he now be at peace.

  • To the entire family you have my heart felt condolences and are in my thoughts. SO SAD. Ron meant the world to me and though we went in different directions I still thought of him often. May he now be at peace.

  • Sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. We had lots of good times. I know he will be greatly missed by family and friends.