passed away peacefully on December 15
, 2019 in Nampa, Idaho at the
age of 75.
Ron was born in
Menominee Michigan on July 16
, 1944. Ron was proud of his father
Vincent’s immigrant heritage from Czechoslovakia, while his mother Catherine
was born and raised in Michigan. Ron was the third of six siblings, with four
brothers and one little sister. His childhood was filled with hard work on the
farm, altar boy duties at the local Catholic church, and roughhousing with his
siblings and cousins in the open fields.
from Menominee High School and entered the United States Air Force, where he
soon found himself stationed at Mountain Home Air Force Base. After four years
of honorable service, Ron chose to make Idaho his home. He began a long career
at Boise Cascade, where he remained until his retirement.
years were filled with many activities and travels, including several
pilgrimages to Europe to visit holy sites important in Catholic history.
However, it was his marriage to Kathy McIntire on September 24, 2005 in Boise
that provided the strongest love and fulfillment.
Ron was an avid
fan of the Green Bay Packers and Chicago White Sox and idolized Mickey Mantle
as a boy. He enjoyed reading, tinkering around the house, traveling to visit
family in Minnesota and Michigan, and making new friends wherever he went. Ron
was an active member of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Boise for
Ron was preceded
in death by his father Vincent Jasenovsky, his mother Catherine (Bayerl)
Jasenovsky, and his younger brother Vincent Jasenovsky Jr. He is survived by
his wife Kathy McIntire Jasenosky of Nampa, Idaho; daughter Angela Shumway
(Blair) of Meridian, Idaho; son Luke Jasenosky (Sarika) of Edgewater, NJ;
stepdaughter Heather Ramsay (Brady); stepson John Allen (Lynnae); granddaughter
Emily Kiester; grandsons Jack and Henry Ramsay; brothers James Jasenovsky, Robert
Jasenosky, and Joseph Jasenovsky, and sister Marlene Crofoot.
There will be a
vigil held on Wednesday December 18
at 7 p.m. at the Alden Waggoner
Funeral Chapel at 5400 Fairview Avenue in Boise. The funeral service will be
held on Thursday December 19
at 1 p.m.at the Cathedral of St. John
the Evangelist at 807 North 8
Street in Boise, followed by a graveside
service at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery at 3 p.m.
requests that donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in
lieu of flowers.