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Ronald M. Bresciani

Obituary for Ronald M. Bresciani

October 3, 1951 - June 5, 2016
Epsom, New Hampshire | Age 64


Ronald M. Bresciani, age 64 died suddenly at his home in Epsom, NH on June 5, 2016.

He was a Lance Corporal in the US Marine Corp from 1971-1976 and was a Vietnam Veteran. Ronald was predeceased by his parents, Albert Bresciani and Agnes (Mandeville) Bresciani and a brother John "Jack" Bresciani. He leaves behind a sister, Janet Gomes and her husband Adrian of Raynham, MA; Sister Caroline Brueche and her husband Fred of Eustis, FL; a sister, Jo-Mary Bresciani of VT and two brothers Bruce and Michael Bresciani of FL. as well as his fiancé Anna Costa-Turner and two daughters Samantha and Kimberlyn Turner, several nieces and nephews.

Ronald was born in Brockton, MA and graduated from Andover High School, Class of 1970. He entered the US Marine Corp after school and served his country in Vietnam within Special Ops and demolition. When he returned from the service, he married Deborah (Melancon) Schwartz and co-founded Glory B Farms in Auburn and Brentwood, NH. With second wife, Joyce McCabe he founded another successful business, RJB Transport LLC which he operated until his passing. He was looking forward to retirement this year and a full time return to his passion for horses and farming. In 2014 he co-founded Cavallo Ha ̈st Boarding and Riding Facility with his fiance' Anna Costa-Turner.

Ron enjoyed exploring hiking trails, trail riding on horseback or bicycling, kayaking and tinkering around the farm, but in the winter it was well known that his place of choice was at Gunstock Mountain where he worked as a certified Alpine Ski Instructor and was a member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America. Due to his love of people and enthusiasm for the sport he was lovingly dubbed the "Mayor of Gunstock!" The rest of the year Ron and his family were volunteers of Live and Let Live Farm Rescue, Inc. in Chichester, NH an equine rescue and rehabilitation facility. Ron was well loved and appreciated not only for his bubbly personality but his zest for life. He greeted each day as a new beginning and lived every day to the fullest. His legacy will live on in the many people whose lives he has touched.

In lieu of flowers Ron and family would prefer a tax-deductable donation sent to Live & Let Live Farm Rescue, 20 Paradise Lane, Chichester, NH 03258 in memorandum.

Calling hours will be on Friday, June 17, 2016 from 11am-1pm at Phaneuf Funeral Home in Boscawen, NH with graveside burial of ashes at the NH Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH at 1:30pm

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