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Ronald L. Anderson


Ronald L. Anderson of Bath, PA, formerly of Bethlehem, PA , passed away peacefully Thursday, January 14, 2021 in Fellowship Manor, Whitehall, PA.

Ronald was born on January 19, 1942 in Rockwell City, Iowa to George and Ella (Kirk) Anderson. A 1960 graduate of Rockwell City Community High School, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1960 – 1969. He relocated to the Lehigh Valley and was employed by Bethlehem Steel and Lehigh Valley Heavy Forge before retiring in 2011. Ronald was a member of First Baptist Church of Allentown, where he served on the Board of Trustees for four decades. He also served on the school board for Bethlehem Christian School ad Lehigh Valley Christian High School.

Ronald enjoyed reading, travel, western movies, and southern gospel music. He was known for his keen, gentle wit, charming anecdotes and sense of humor.

Survivors: Wife – Judith Anderson; Daughter – Danielle M. Camp (Michael); Stepdaughters – Donna Heintzelman (Ron), Stacey Lewis (Paul); Stepsons – Timothy Yonak (Kerry), Mark Yonak (Lori), and Harry Yonak III (Jonelle); Nephews and Nieces. Predeceased by: Wife – Linda Anderson; Brothers – Floyd, Robert, Delbert, and Norlyn Anderson; Sister – Georgeane Schumann.

Due to COVID-19, there will be a private interment at Highland Memorial Park, Allentown, PA.