Ronald J. Nimocks

Ronald J. Nimocks

Ronald J. Nimocks, age 87, passed away on Friday, May 1, 2020. He was born on June 26, 1932 to Jared and Mildred (Weller) Nimocks in Richland Center, Wisconsin. Ron enlisted in the U.S. Army when he was only 15, becoming one of many underaged soldiers in the military. Ron served proudly in Korea. After being discharged, Ron married the love of his life, Nancy Dunkel on Flag Day in 1952. Together, they had 4 children they raised in Morrisonville, Wisconsin. Ron worked at LCL Transport, driving trucks. He then worked for Oscar Mayer in Madison, Wisconsin, retiring after 34 years. After retirement, he and Nancy moved to Prescott Valley, Arizona, where he started Ron’s Handyman Service. He helped build Mingus Mountain VFW Post 10227. He and Nancy were involved in many activities in their community of Prescott Valley. Ron and Nancy were past members of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, The Valley of Lights, and the Valley Plainsmen, putting on skits and parades in the area. Ron made many things for his children over the years that they will cherish. He was a talented wood and leather worker. Ron is survived by his wife of 67 years, Nancy Nimocks; children: Victoria (Dwayne) Randolph, William (Sandie) Nimocks, Sandra (Ronnie) Herron, and Susan (Gene) Baldwin. Grandchildren; Heather (Travis) Crawford, Matthew Randolph, Peter (Keli) Linde, April (Jay) Dykstra, Nicholas Nimocks, Daniel and Michael Herron, Jennifer Cook, Tina (Matt) Hansen and Todd Baldwin; 12 great grandchildren; and 3 great great grandchildren. He’s further survived by his sister, Janet Thomas; special niece, Darcee Hays; and numerous nieces. Ron was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Sandy Hays. Thank you to the Prescott VA, Wes Barry, Apollo Residential Care, Dr. Kris and his staff and Hospice of the Valley for everything they did for Ron. “Dad, we are going to miss that twinkle in your eyes and all the advice you gave us. Till we meet again.”

“A private service will be held for Ron with Military Honors”

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