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Ronald L. Halterman

Ronald L. Halterman, 62, currently of Hawley, passed peacefully surrounded by love on Saturday, in Geisinger Community Medical Center. He was the husband of Sherry (Buccelli) Halterman, and the widow of the late Brenda Finken Halterman.
Born March 7, 1959 in East Stroudsburg, he was the son of the late Garrett and Lois (Heeter) Halterman. Ron was a multi-generational resident of the East Stroudsburg Area. He graduated from East Stroudsburg High School in 1978 and shortly after he began his life working in the many facets of construction. He grew from working for local excavation companies and custom home builders before starting his own home construction and excavation business, Ronald L Halterman Contractor. While his business grew so did his family, and in the more recent years he closed his business and settled down in Hawley opting for a simpler life.
Ron enjoyed many different hobbies throughout his life which included snowmobiling, hunting, gardening, Monday night bowling league when the weather was cold and Monday night horse shoes when it was hot out. He loved anything he could do with his hands, he was truly a skilled tradesman.
Surviving in addition to his wife are his daughter: Brianna Freeby and husband Joshua of East Stroudsburg, older son: Daniel Halterman and wife Sara of East Stroudsburg, youngest son: Jack Halterman of East Stroudsburg; Step daughters Heather Grant and Kaylyn Sayre of Hawley and his 7 grandchildren .
A private cremation will take place at Jennings-Calvey Funeral and Cremation Services. The family will hold a celebration of life at a later date.

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Ronnie as a great guy and will be missed alot.

TN Mar 13 2022 8:46 PM

I'm sorry for your loss. Spent many childhood days with Ron. I will remember him always.

Brian Kolcun Mar 13 2022 6:26 AM

I'm so sorry for your lost Ronald was always a great guy and a great friend

Robert Parton Mar 10 2022 7:08 AM