RONALD GIANETTONI
1941 - 2020
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RONALD GIANETTONI Ronald Lee Gianettoni age 78, of Boulder City, NV passed away on August 2, 2020 surrounded by family. He was born on September 26, 1941 in Bakersfield, CA to Ulysis Gianettoni and Amelia Pippi Gianettoni. He married Sandy Ford on October 24, 1975 in Bakersfield CA. They moved to Boulder City in 2004 from Bakersfield. Ronald worked as a pipefitter and was a member of the Local Union 460. He enjoyed fishing, camping, travel, golf and watching Nascar. He was always up for a good conversation and never knew a stranger. Ronald is survived by six kids Jim (Dawn) Gianettoni, Stacie (Al) Collins, Ronnie (Christine) Richards, Rhonda (Mike) Porter, Jamie (Russ) Valdez, James (Wendy) Crawford; two sisters Gloria Crawford Dianna (Charlie) Kennedy; nine grandchildren: Breann Richards, Scott Beaumont, Nianna Porter, Kaela Porter, Tyler Sanchez, Kylie Sanchez, Delaney Valdez, Alyssa Valdez, Jaden Valdez and three great grandchildren: Traeson Bowman, Athena Beaumont, Kalayah Clayborn. Family will be holding a small service on August 20, 2020 where Ron will be placed with his wife at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Family and friends can sign an online memorial guestbook at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com


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Published in Boulder City Review on Aug. 13, 2020.
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