In loving memory of

Ron Fix
August 30, 1940 - October 28, 2021

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Ronald "Ron" Larry Fix, 81, of St. Charles died Thursday, October 28, 2021 at Mayo Clinic Hospital, Rochester Methodist Campus. Ron was born August 30, 1940, in St. Charles to Andy and Fern (Marks) Fix. He graduated from St. Charles High School in 1958. Ron was a dairy farmer and drove school bus for St. Charles Public Schools for over 50 years.
Cheering for his Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Gophers were his life's passion.
Survivors include a brother, Wayne (Jan) Fix of St. Charles, nieces and nephews, Vicki (Darrell) Koehler, Britt (Tonia) Fix, Mike (Cathy) Fix, Janell (Orv) Dahl and Deanna Fix. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Curt (Marge), Kenneth and Les, a niece Jeri Lynn Berger and nephew Terry Fix.
A Celebration of Life will be 5 p.m. Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at Hoff Funeral Service in St. Charles, with Rev. Tim Biren officiating. A visitation and reception will be from 3 p.m. until the time of service.


Pat Buckbee wrote on Nov 13, 2021:

"Ron was my school bus driver, also for my kids. Safety for his passengers was always his first priority. He always had a smile and a good morning for us."

Fred and Shirley Carlson wrote on Nov 13, 2021:

"I rode the same school bus with the Fix boys, so I\'ve known Ron pretty much all my life. Always a fun loving guy and ready with a big hello and a smile, whenever I saw him. Rest in peace Ron, you will be missed by all. "

Tom Graf wrote on Nov 11, 2021:

"If you were a athlete for the Saints you knew Ron Fix. He would be there cheering for the team. As I remember he drove the sports teams to away games. Great memories of Ron. Rest In Peace. "

Zingler family wrote on Nov 9, 2021:

"Many, many years of beautiful smiles from this great guy! Pat & Don Zingler family "

Tom Brownell wrote on Nov 9, 2021:

"Rest in Peace, Ron. And thank you for your service on the USS Midway!"

Jan Mathison wrote on Nov 8, 2021:

"My sympathies to Ron\'s family. I knew him through the years of his fast-pitch softball days with my husband. He loved to joke around and always seemed happy. Thinking of you. May Ron rest in peace. "

Brenda Danielson wrote on Nov 4, 2021:

"I have many great memories as Ron?s former neighbor - from visiting with the kids when Ron and Les were milking to having him rescue me with the tractor, more than once, when I got stuck in the snow on the unplowed road. One of my best memories was having him over for cake and ice cream on his birthday - he was like a big kid, thrilled to be celebrating his big day. I miss the ?Hello Brenda!? that he?d yell from his yard to mine. One heck of a memorable guy. I feel blessed to have known him, Brenda Danielson "

Bill Eckles wrote on Nov 1, 2021:

"R-O-N-F-I-X was the way I always greeted him. The biggest Packer fan I knew. What a character Ron was. Please accept my sympathy and condolences. I enjoyed visiting him and helping him bale hay. Gone but not forgotten. RIP"

Lisa Bernard wrote on Nov 1, 2021:

"I will always have fond memories of Ron, he was my school bus driver all my years of K-12. I hadn\'t seem him in forever and then ran into him at a grad party about 4 years ago. Was fun to see him again. My condolences to his family. "

Janell wrote on Oct 31, 2021:

"Sure glad we made it up to see you on Wednesday Ron. You hung in there for a long time. Rest In Peace. Janell and Orv"