Ronald C. Paschket

July 31, 1940 - May 10, 2006

McKinney/Allen/Plano

Add a Memorial Mr. Ronald C. Paschket, age 65, of Allen, Texas passed away May 10, 2006 in McKinney, Texas. He was born July 31, 1940, in Flint, Michigan to George A. and Gladys (Morrissette) Paschket. On February 14, 1975 he married Anna-Marie Glatt in Brooklyn, New York. He retired from the Navy in 1979 with the rank of 1st Class Petty Officer. After retirement, Mr. Paschket was a fuels inspector for the U.S. Government. He is survived by his wife Anna-Marie; daughters Dorothy Esh and husband Tim of Allen, TX, Diane Buckner and husband Bill of Brunswick, Maine, and Tina Marie of Michigan; son Ronald James and wife Michelle of Geneseeville, Michigan; grandchildren Jeffrey Ryne Gossett, Nicholas Mark Tompkins, Erin Elizabeth Esh, Nathaniel James Buckner and Jesse James Paschket; brother Raymond John and wife Darlene of Linden Michigan; brother-in-law Joseph A. and wife Donna Jean Glatt of New Jersey. Funeral services will be held at 4:00p.m., Sunday, May 14, 2006, in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel with Chaplain Philip McClimon officiating. He will lie in repose on Saturday in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to American Cancer Society 8900 Carpenter Frwy, Dallas, TX 75247 or the National Kidney Foundation, 5429 Lyndon B. Johnson Frwy, Dallas, Tx 75240.

Memorials

  • Your pain is over and now you will only know peace. For so many years you were more of a father to me than my own; for that, and the many years of friendship, I'll always have a spot for you in my heart. You will be missed, until we meet again...

    Renee and Craig Scharning, May 11, 2006

  • You were a friend that was more like family to me and you will never be forgotten. I know you are in peace now with God and pain free. Your life touched so many, and you will be missed! Love Always, Josephine

    Josephine Kroom, May 12, 2006

  • I wish to extend my deepest sympathies to my first cousin Ronald Paschket and his entire family. Ronald, you are with the Lord. It has been a long time since we picked cotton together with your deceased brothers David and Dickie in McAllen, Texas in 1950. It was also been far too many years since we helped build your parents home in Flushing, Michigan. I had hoped to hear from you after I wrote you six years ago when I think you lived in Florida - but we must have passed each other. But, we shall eventually see each other and recapture all our many lifes adventures. Regards and much Love from Michigan, Dick Morrissett, Jr.

    Richard George Morrissett, Jr., May 12, 2006

  • Your sense of humor will be deeply missed. Your delight in putting catsup on meatball subs to our absolute horror will always be with us. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Your sense of honor and dignity should be emulated by all. You touched our lives in so many positive ways. Bob will never forget the wild ride you two took from the "no-smoking" clinic. I will always remember your kindness and thoughtful advice. The world is a smaller and colder place without you in it. Go with God and be at peace.

    Deborah & Bob Pritchard, May 14, 2006

  • I remember Fourth of July celebrations with Ronald, Ramond, and Dickie out in front of Aunt Hildred Raasios' house. We always had a great time. I hope he is meeting with Gladys, George, Hildred, Johnny, and my parents right now. My sympathy and prayers go out to you, Love, Pat Fowler ie: Irispatf@netscape.net

    Patricia Ann Morrissett Fowler, May 15, 2006

  • You put up a good fight, and even though the fat lady didn't sing, you had enough and it was time to go. You will be missed by your friends Elaine, Pat, Patrick and Ms. Lola too! Love, The Ott

    Ronald C Paschket, May 17, 2006

  • Ron was like a father to me. I remember his kindness and that he had a smile and a laugh to share. My condolences to the family. Diane, Dot, and Anna-Marie, my deepest sympathies to you.

    Jacqueline S Moody, May 29, 2006