Ron Aday

Ronald "Ron" Eugene Aday

December 28, 1947 - November 23, 2020

Ronald Eugene Aday of Frisco, Texas passed away surrounded by his family on November 23, 2020 at the age of 72. He was born an identical twin, the youngest of five children, on December 28, 1947 to Nona Lee (Casey) and Delmar Aday in Midland, Texas. Ron was a charter member of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Frisco. His lifelong passion was art, obtaining a BA in Art History. He was a muralist, archivist, exhibit designer and museum curator. He was a kind and loving husband, marrying his high school sweetheart, a loyal brother, devoted father and grandfather and friend to many. 

Ron is survived by his wife of 33 years, Mary Alice Aday of Frisco, Texas; two children, Jennifer Dennis Atwood and her fiancé, Eric Austin of Frisco, Texas and Mathew Dennis of Austin, Texas; two granddaughters, Alexis and Jordan Atwood of Frisco, Texas; his sister, Patricia Moreno of Cambria, California; his brother, James Aday and his wife, Linda of Pleasant Hill, Oregon; sister in law, Diana Aday of Eugene Oregon. He is also survived by nephew, Sean Aday and wife, Kiersten of Washington DC; niece, Anna Caramanna of Portland Oregon, and nephew Tracy Roberts of Washington state. 

Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Nona and Delmar Aday; his sister, Judy Caramanna, his twin brother, Donald Aday and brother-in-law, Ernie Moreno. 

A private inurnment will be held at St. Philip’s and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas or St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Mission and Outreach.

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Dear Mary, We are both so very sorry for your loss. We are so thankful for our time with you and Ron on our trip to Italy. We will all miss Ron. Our prayers are with you and your family as you mourn his loss. I hope that you have peace in knowing that Ron is not suffering and he is with his Heavenly Father. Love, Janice and Don Janice and Don Hull, November 30, 2020 I (Diana) spent many evenings at Boomer and other church events talking with Ron enthusiastically about our passions -- art, books, various authors, reporters, He was such an intelligent man. Now, I vision him sitting with his brother, Don, surrounded by angels who are listening to their various interests. Perhaps, Ron is creating a mural in heaven. He will be so missed by his friends. We love you Mary. Diana & Greg Richards, November 30, 2020 “It is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.”  George Eliot, Middlemarch Ron taught me to broaden my mind and see things like art, scripture, and people from a different perspective. You will be missed my friend.
Ken & Karen Tomchuk, November 29, 2020 Words can not express the sense of loss. Ron was like a brother to both of us. He was kind, gentle, caring, peace-loving and complex in many ways. We miss him. May he rest in peace and once again be united with twin brother Don. Mary, our thoughts, prayers and friendship are with you and the family always. Sid and Edie Stohs, November 29, 2020 O God, whose mercies cannot be numbered, Accept our prayers on behalf of thy servant Ron Aday, and grant him an entrance into the land of light and joy, in the fellowship of thy saints, through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. Dear Lord, please grant to all who loved Ron Aday, including Mary, Jennifer, Matthew, Alexis, Jordan and all of his loving family, church and friends, that we can have sure confidence in your fatherly care, that casting all of our grief on you, that we may know the consolation of your love, and the peace that passes understanding that can only come from you. And give us all who are mourning courage and faith, that we may have the strength to meet the days ahead in the comfort of a holy hope in you, and in the joyful expectation of eternal life with those we love. Amen George & Paige Lollis, November 29, 2020 Mary, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during the time. May the sweet memories you carry sustain you in the days and months ahead. Wanda & Randall Ledford, November 28, 2020 Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family during this sad time. We pray that you will be able to walk closely with God through your grief so that he can give you his peace. Mitch and Karen Mooney, November 28, 2020 Dear Mary and Jennifer and Matthew. I am saddened to hear of Ron's passing and so sorry to hear that he was ill and in pain. My sympathies are sent to all the family and especially you Mary. You and Ron were our first "couple" friends here in Austin and I treasure the print I bought from the Kerrville Museum when Ron was a curator more that ever now. You took beautiful and loving care of Ron and he provided loving support and life partnership to you. You were a beautiful couple. My prayers are for you at this time and for Ron as he celebrates a new life of Peace and Joy. Britt Britt Behrens, November 27, 2020 Dear Mary and Family, I am saddened to hear about Ron’s passing. He was a great guy and I was so grateful to have you as neighbors. No more pain and sorrow, now with God and in our hearts. Please know you are in my prayers. Love you, Rue Rue Landon, November 26, 2020