July 5, 1946 ~ April 4, 2019

Born in: Denver, Colorado
Resided in: Thornton, Colorado

Ronald Germano, 72 years, passed away on April 4, 2019 in Thornton, Colorado.

A Commital will be held in his honor on Monday, April 15, 2019, 11:30AM at For Logan National Cemetery (3698 South Sheridan Boulevard, Denver, Colorado).

Please share memories of Ron and condolences with his family by leaving a message below.


Committal Service: April 15, 2019 11:30 am

Ft. Logan National Cemetery
3698 South Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80235

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Memories Timeline


  1. Col Germano (Ron),
    You were an amazing man. Thank you so much for everything. You will be missed but never fogotten.

  2. He had a clear vision of the future, a man ahead of this time. It was an honor to work with Col Germano. Always and adventure and a valuable learning experience. With respect and love.

  3. My deepest condolences to Ron’s extended family. Another Comrade-in-Arms, gone too soon.

  4. You are and will continue to be deeply missed….a great employee, colleague, mentor and friend. I will miss our humorous conversations and sometimes very deep conversations, lunches at Bonefish Grill, enjoying your green chile at the IT holiday potlucks, hearing your jokes during staff meetings, getting cherished mementos from your travels, swapping dog and grumpy cat pictures…basically a rolling commentary and jovial enjoyment of life in all its ups and downs.
    Our world is a sadder place now. Rest in peace, my friend. Blessing and extended sympathies to all of your family and friends, I know you were very well respected by so many, many people.

  5. Fond memories of time spent with Ron. Good times and bad were shared, but only the good memories persist of your sense of humor, jokes, and thoughtfulness that you expressed to many people over the years in many circumstances. You were unique and ahead of most us most of the time. A life well spent my friend. Our thoughts to your family and friends.

  6. Col. Ron Germano, Thank you for the many conversations offering encouragement and guidance, you were a good friend and a respected leader. The good memories live on! Prayers sent, rest in peace my friend.

  7. My Heart breaks for you. My prayers are with you.
    My husband James (Andy) Andrews just passed the 22nd.

    God Bless

  8. Ron, when I joined the Air Guatd and assigned to Ops you were a mentor and friend. You were there for me during my adjustment to the guard. Thank you!

  9. Colonel Ron Germano was an outstanding leader, mentor and friend. He opened doors that otherwise would have been left unopened. It was truly an honor to work for him. I would like to extend our deepest condolences to his family. Blue skies and tailwinds Sir.

  10. It is not easy to let go. You have moved on, my turn will also come. You were my first love and best friend. We met at Chanute Air Force Base 52 years ago. I predate Carol, Scott, David, and David. After being stationed at Lowry AFB Neil and Lillian treated me like one of the family. Thanksgiving and Christmas meant dinner at your house. Mary and I often shared giggles during dinner much to the chagrin of your mom and dad. She and I will now share our memories of Ron. I could write about our times together for hours, but for now, I will just say “until we meet again dear friend”.

  11. My deepest condolences to the friends and family of Ronald. May your treasured memories bring you joy, and may ‘the God of all comfort’ give you strength, along with a measure of peace for your grieving hearts at this most difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3

  12. My most sincere condolences to all of Ron’s family. We shared many special moments with Ron’s Denver family both as close friends and business partners. At Buckley he was our computer expert and the very first person to own a hand calculator. May you now rest in peace.

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