Ronald Wikoff

Born: Mon., Jul. 31, 1950
Died: Tue., Jun. 15, 2021


Graveside Service

1:00 PM Sat., Jul. 31, 2021
Location: Phillipsburg Cemetery


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Ronald Wikoff, 70, of Reading, Pa., formerly of Phillipsburg, NJ, died June 15, 2021 in Reading Hospital.

Born July 31, 1950 in Somerville, NJ, he was a son of the late Ronald and Annie (Hurley) Wikoff.

Ron was a truck driver most of his life working for multiple companies over the years. He last worked for Goodwill in Reading.

Ron is survived by his sister, Madeline Snyder of Pohatcong Township, NJ and brother, Frank Wikoff of  Northampton, PA, as well as many nieces and nephews. He will be deeply missed by his niece, Sherri  Rossi, who he shared a special bond with. He will also be missed by his girlfriend, Ashley Robeson; friends, J.R., of Reading, PA and Jerry Bennett of Phillipsburg, NJ. Two sisters, Patricia Russell and Rosemary Vogel; two brothers, Harold and Louis Wikoff all died earlier.

Ron will be remembered for having a big heart and his willingness to help anyone in need. He enjoyed time spent with family and especially their family picnics.

Graveside services will be held 1:00 pm, Saturday, July 31, 2021 at the Phillipsburg Cemetery, Filmore Street, Phillipsburg.

Funeral arrangements: Noto-Wynkoop Funeral Home, 289 South Main Street, Phillipsburg, NJ. www.noto-wynkoop.com.

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Patrick Linderman
   Posted Wed June 23, 2021
My condolences to Ron’s loved ones. Ron was a kind and decent gentleman who was a hard worker. I had many conversations with Ron about our journeys and our pasts and enjoyed being a friend of Ron. Good-bye my friend!

Ashley Robson
   Posted Fri June 25, 2021
RONALD! I laugh as i say that because i know you hear me. To say that you are missed is to put it lightly. Over the years you absolutely grew near and dear to my heart in ways that you could never understand. You drove me crazy sometimes.. But in a million years i would never change one day that i spent with you. I miss our routines around the house and most importantly your presence. Its still hard that you were taken away so suddenly being the healthy active hardworking man that you were. I really truly miss you Ron.. And of course love you deeply.
Herman is still waiting for his Pa to come through the door and especially your night time "man time walks" haha.
Dont cause too much trouble up there with your brother Harold that you truly missed.
Herman and i LOVE you Ron