Ronald Vitak of Buford, Georgia succumbed to complications due to heart disease on Friday, September 17, 2010. Ron grew up in Cleveland, Ohio where he met and was united in marriage to his beloved wife of 47 years, Nadine McKay Vitak. Ron, an Air Force veteran, was an elder and active member of Hamilton Mill Presbyterian Church. A loving husband, father and grandfather, Ron is survived by his wife, Nadine; his son, David, and daughter-in-law, Chase, and their sons Ethan and Connor; his son, Mark, and daughter-in-law, Amy, and their children Shane and Lilli; his daughter, Beth DeLawter, and son-in-law, Mark, and their daughters Danielle, Julia and Kaitlyn; and his sister, Donna May. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 3:30 P.M. at Hamilton Mill Presbyterian Church to be followed by a reception at the church. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions in Ron\'s honor be made to the American Heart Association heart.org or Hamilton Mill Presbyterian Church hamiltonmillpc.com 5152 Braselton Hwy., Hoschton, GA 30548, 678-714-3344.

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  1. Oh, how we will miss Ron and his love for life. He was an easygoing, caring and loving person. His family meant the world to him – his grandchildren were his pride and joy. You fought the good fight, Ron. Rest in peace.

    With love, prayers, and heartfelt condolences to his loved ones,

    Bob and Brigitte McKay

  2. Uncle Ron, you always made me laugh. I know God called you home so that you could take out your dentures and read to all the little children. Now they get to enjoy your humor. Rest in peace knowing that you were loved by so many!

    Love,
    Lynne

  3. I am sad to hear that Ron crossed over! I am sure you will miss him dearly. I will remember his wise-cracking humor. God bless.

  4. I was saddened when I heard of Ron’s passing. He and the entire family were like my own family. He was a friend for many years and was always there when we needed him. I will be praying for Nadine,Linda and the family. My most sincere condolences.
    LOVE, George

  5. We are sadden by your passing. We enjoyed seeing you here in July. We will always have fond memories of your visits. You fought a brave battle. Rest in peace.

    With all our love and condolences.

    Tom & Joan McKay

  6. It was 63 years ago that I first met Ron. We hung around together with the “Gang” from church. When I got back from overseas Ron took me in his new convertible with the top down and the heater on to get pizza. I had never heard of pizza before that. Of course we had to go about five miles away to get to a pizza parlor.
    I alspo remember a Labor Day weekend when Ron, Art Puls, and I went to a park for the weekend in his dad’s old truck that he used for deliveries. As we were leaving to come home Ron drove around the same area twice before we finally told him how to get out of the park.

    Such fond memories. Thats what friends are for.

    Don McKay

  7. We were so sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. We shall miss his outstanding wit and friendliness.

    Our sincere condolences to Nadine and all of Ron’s extended family.

  8. We are thinking about Ronnie’s family and the loss that has been felt by each one. Our prayers go out for God’s comfort and love during this sad time of adjustment for all of you. Ronnie will be missed by those who knew him and his memory will forever live in your hearts. Love, Ann and Jane

  9. Dear Nadine and all the family ~~ You continue to remain in my thoughts and prayers during these difficult days. Not only am I saddened at the loss of Ron, but also that distance prevents me from being with you. Bill joins me in sending our love and fond wishes for happy memories and better days ahead.

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