Ronald Mullinix

August 10, 1951 - August 17, 2021

Service: Private family services will be held.

Ronald Mullinix, age 70, died Tuesday, August 17, 2021 at Sanford USD Medical Center.  Private family services will be held.

          Ronald was born on August 10, 1951 in Canton, SD to Howard B. and Madonna (Hoffey) Mullinix.   Ronald served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps.  Ronald was a jack of all trades and work a variety of jobs throughout his life.  He was a talented artist and great craftsman.  He also loved his dogs.

          He is survived by his daughters, Kerri (Scott) Keogh and Kelli (Lon) Levenhagen; brothers, Robin Mullinix (Rhonda Vosberg) and Michael (Valerie) Mullinix; grandchildren, Kaylee, Griffin and Landon; along with numerous extended family and friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Marilee Mullinix, Gayle Mullinix, and Marsha Ingebretson.

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  1. Claude M on August 18, 2021 said:

    Mike, Robin, Sorry to hear about your brother Ronnie passing away.
    I have lost 3 brothers and a sister. Its a tough thing to go through.
    Claude M.

  2. Jamie Kakacek on August 20, 2021 said:

    So sorry for your loss Robin and Mike. He was always very kind and funny when he called the bank. Loosing a loved one is so hard

  3. Levy Sehr on August 21, 2021 said:

    Ron was my first cousin. Our sympathy to his daughters and their families and also to Mike and Robin. So sorry for your loss. Rog and Levy (Mullinix) Sehr

  4. Cook Plucker on August 23, 2021 said:

    Kerri, Kelli, Mike, Robin and families. So sorry for your lose. Hope your good memories will help get you through this hard time. I have memories of two little cute blondies with big smiles visiting my home. Prayers being sent🙏

  5. Joe Ingalls on January 31, 2023 said:

    my heart goes out to his family.I just found out. he will be missed

  6. Roger Flittie on January 31, 2023 said:

    While it’s been many years since I last saw Ron there were many years we were close and good friends. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Ron was a man with strength of character, body and mind. He cared about his fellow man, was unselfish and often listened more than talked to others. He gave of himself and what he had freely and without reward. Ron suffered adversity head on and with dignity. Always friendly, smiling, fun loving, a bit mischievous at times. I’ve known a lot of men in my life in varying circumstances, some rather harsh circumstances to be sure. I don’t often comment one way or the other about any of them. In Ron’s case I have made an exception because Ron Mullinix was an exceptional man. I am honored to have known Ron and to have the privilege to share many, many good times together.