Ronald McRea Mikkelson

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Ronald McRea Mikkelson, 77, of Horseshoe Bay, Texas passed away peacefully  February 9, 2013.
A rosary was held  7:00 p.m. Wednesday February 13, 2013 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Marble Falls.  The Funeral Mass was celebrated at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, February 14, at St. Paul the Apostle Chapel in Horseshoe Bay officiated by Rev. Scott Mikkelson and Rev. Ruben Patino.  

Entombment was at the Horseshoe Bay Mausoleum.  
Pallbearers were Terry Mikkelson, Ryan Schnitzler, Jason Schnitzler, Jake Schnitzler, Rudy Franco and William Hernandez.  Honorary pallbearers were Seth Henderson, Doug Ripple, Steve Nash, and Steve Hall.

Ronald was born April 2, 1935, in Blue Earth, Minnesota.  He moved from Benson in 1978 to Burnet and later Horseshoe Bay where he owned and operated Mikkelson Landscaping.  He was also a 4th Degree Knights of Columbus.  
Ron was preceded in death by his son, Douglas, of Alexandria, and his brother Donald Mikkelson of New Ulm, brother-in-law John Birk of Blue Earth and brother-in-law Willard Schimmel and his wife Esther of Waterford, Connecticut.

Ron is survived by his wife of 60 years, Evonne of Horseshoe Bay; son Rev. Scott Mikkelson of Georgetown, Texas and daughter Sheryl Schnitzler and husband Jerry of Horseshoe Bay; grandchildren Ryan Schnitzler and wife Chandra, Jason Schnitzler and wife Rachel, and Jake Schnitzler and wife Lillian and great grandchildren Mason, Lila, Khai, and Makenna; his brother Terry Mikkelson and his wife Carolyn of Blue Earth, sister-in-law Leone Birk of Blue Earth and sister-in-law Thelma of New Ulm; numerous nephews, nieces and other relatives.

The family asks that memorial contributions in memory of Ron may be made to the Salvation Army.  Condolences may be offered to  

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