Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly

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Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly

West Bloomfield - Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril and Mary (Schwartz) Paroly, was born in Newark, New Jersey, on February 2, 1934, and grew up in nearby Irvington. He passed away peacefully on October 14, 2021, at the age of 87 in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Beloved partner of Madalyn Beteag. Loving father of Matthew (Susan) Paroly and Stephen Paroly. Dear brother of Maeva Linovitz and Edward (Roni) Parlin. Loving Papa to his grandsons Charley, Jack and Will Paroly.

Ron attended the University of Missouri and then graduated from the Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery in 1958. He began his career in obstetrics and gynecology at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital and went on to deliver many beautiful babies over his four decades of practice in Metropolitan Detroit. He was beloved by family, friends and patients for his quiet sense of humor and easy-going nature.

Ron loved all of the dogs in his life over the years and especially enjoyed showing his champion Bullmastiffs, Bella and Herc. He was an avid fan of the Michigan Wolverines and played countless rounds of golf as a member of Western Golf and Country Club (Michigan ) and Hunters Run Country Club (Florida).

Posted online on October 23, 2021

Published in The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press

Obituaries in Detroit, MI | The Detroit News

Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly

Dorfman Chapel

Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly

West Bloomfield - Dr. Ronald Sheldon Paroly, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril and Mary (Schwartz) Paroly, was born in Newark, New Jersey, on February 2, 1934, and grew up in nearby Irvington. He passed away peacefully on October 14, 2021, at the age of 87 in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Beloved partner of Madalyn Beteag. Loving father of Matthew (Susan) Paroly and Stephen Paroly. Dear brother of Maeva Linovitz and Edward (Roni) Parlin. Loving Papa to his grandsons Charley, Jack and Will Paroly.

Ron attended the University of Missouri and then graduated from the Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery in 1958. He began his career in obstetrics and gynecology at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital and went on to deliver many beautiful babies over his four decades of practice in Metropolitan Detroit. He was beloved by family, friends and patients for his quiet sense of humor and easy-going nature.

Ron loved all of the dogs in his life over the years and especially enjoyed showing his champion Bullmastiffs, Bella and Herc. He was an avid fan of the Michigan Wolverines and played countless rounds of golf as a member of Western Golf and Country Club (Michigan ) and Hunters Run Country Club (Florida).

Posted online on October 23, 2021

Published in The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press