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Ronald Wojdyla

Ronald Wojdyla

Wednesday, May 1st, 1940 - Monday, November 23rd, 2020
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WOJDYLA, Ronald, age 80, of Dumont, passed quietly at his home surrounded by family on November 23, 2020. Hardworking and social is an understatement. There are too many memories to list, but some of our fondest ones are of him working on his custom black and silver ‘57 Chevy Bel Air, or cracking his infamous jokes “you can mash mashed potatoes but you can’t pea soup” or “may I have scrambled eggs don’t break the yolk”. He loved bluegrass music, splitting wood, NASCAR and most of all a good meal; those who knew him liked to say that he lived to eat and ate to live. He was everybody’s friend and to know him was to love him. His favorite artist, Dolly Parton said it best, “I will always love you”. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Judy, was the father of three children and a proud Poppy of four grandchildren. All services were privately held by the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Avenue, Garfield, NJ (973-340-7077). Please make any charitable contribution you wish to make on Ron's behalf to Bergen Center of Child Development where Judy Wojdyla works. - https://bergencenter.com/fund-bergen-center-new-schools-projects/
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Margaret nogaki

Posted at 11:33am
Ron had a “bigger than life” personality. We were neighbors when we lived in Bergenfield. If Ron was outside, you could count on seeing cars stopped in front of the Wojdyla’s Just chatting and catching up. He knew everyone, liked everyone and treated everyone with respect. His passing is a great loss. He will be missed. Much love and condolences to the family.

Dave Nogaki

Posted at 11:02am

I’ll always remember turning the corner on Broad St on my way home, whether walking or driving, and knowing Ron would be in the driveway, working on his car, and ready with a big warm smile and wave... always happy to see you. He would always ask about everyone in my family. Such a warm, friendly, loving guy. He was a Bergenfield classic. Glad he got to meet my little one at the BHS homecoming game in 2016. May he Rest In Peace.

Laura Dugan

Posted at 09:38am
So sorry for your loss!


Posted at 11:02pm
I was a friend of Ronny's youngest sister, B.J. I'm surprised to see he was only 8 years older than me, because he and Judy seemed so much older and more mature to me. I remember them dating and getting married and thinking they seemed so perfect for each other and so much in love. Fifty-eight years later, I guess I had that right. My sincerest condolences to Judy and the rest of the Wojdyla family. The memories I have of 158 Knickerbocker Road are ones I cherish.

Kim Taylor Johnson

Julie Masick

Posted at 03:18pm
So sorry to hear this sad news . My heartfelt condolences to you and your family Judy. May your memories of 58 great years serve to comfort you at this time of grieving. I will never forget Ronnie calling my cousins Jim and Bobby Stewart to surprise me at our 55th Reunion. He was a great guy!

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