Ronald E. Wolfley May 31, 1963-Nov. 14, 2011
Ronald E. Wolfley at age 48 passed away suddenly at home on Monday, Nov. 14, 2011.
Ron was preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Arcado (Archie) Montez and Helen Villasenor who raised him and he so lovingly adored; Ron’s daughter, Casey Mulkey, passed from leukemia; his uncle, Terry Last and brother, Scotty Scott.
Ron was the beloved husband of Lousie Wolfley. Ron loved to take his wife camping and on four-wheeler rides in the mountains. He also enjoyed doing whatever it took to get a rise out of Louise…just poking fun for a little amusement. This was quite entertaining at times.
A much loved father of Christopher (Whitney), Cristen (Condo), and Jacob.
Step father to Casey, Corey, Matthew, Jared, Kevin, and Jeremy. Oh my, how he loved to talk about his children and brag them up to anyone that would listen. He was a very proud daddy. Going diggin’ out at the “D”. All the good times, all the bad times and many more to come in that ‘70 Chevy.
A much loved son of Gary and Sharee Scott, Ron was very excited to have his parents live next door to him so he could be readily available to them.
Ronald was also a loving grandfather of 12 beautiful grandchildren, Sidney, Makeala, Kaedance, Dorian, Attalina, Kelsee, Kyler, Joceleen, Khloee, Damian, Aiden and Trayden. They were all the apple of his eye! He could not ever get enough of them, as the love would flow out of him to each and every one of them. Hearing them squeal with excitement would make his eyes light up and put a huge grin on his face. Oh, how he loved them.
Ronald was an avid four-wheeler man who loved being in the mountains. He loved spending time with his wife, friends and family going camping, riding, hunting, and fishing in the great outdoors. We will miss his laugh, his smile, his jokes, his text messages and his witty sense of humor.
Ron is survived by his siblings Stephanie (Norbert) Adakai, Ramona (Benny) Stits and Steven (Cynthia) Scott. Ron has also left behind many other loved ones who will miss him greatly.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Mountain View Nazarene Church at 26515 Ustick Rd. Wilder, with reception to follow for friends and family.
We will also be holding a celebration of life on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011, at 4 p.m. at the Meridian Center in Blackfoot.
In lieu of flowers we ask that you would please make donations to Rocky Mountain Candle Lighters for children with leukemia also known as the Make a Wish Foundation of Idaho, P.O. Box 2340, Salt Lake City, Utah 84110.
Services are under direction of Flahiff Funeral Chapel of Homedale and online condolences may be left for the family at www.flahifffuneralchapel.com.