In Memory

Ronald Hajek

Ronald Hajek

A veteran of film, TV and stage, Ron appeared in Oscar and Emmy nominated shows including "V: The Original Mini-Series" as "Denny" and feature film documentary "Off The Edge." He also starred in the popular soap operas "General Hospital" and "The Young & The Restless," and guest starred on numerous TV series, including "CHiPs," "Barnaby Jones," and "The Waltons." He also appeared in many notable TV commercials.Ron went to be with his Lord Jesus Christ on March 26, 2011.  (from his FB page)

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01/27/19 11:45 AM #1    

Charles Cross

Ron and I were close boyhood friends.  He had a wonderful homelife with his mother his biggest fan.  Ron saw himself as an actor...and became one.  I remember his laugh still.  We lived in the same neighborhood and spent summers together that to this day resonate as among my fondest memories.  Mrs. Hajek was an angel in every sense.  Mrs. Hajek took me in during a rough patch in my own early years.  Although I wasn’t aware at the time, she kept my own mother abreast of my safety, for which I will be eternally grateful.  Ron and Mrs. Hajek fed me in so many ways, that a young man might hunger for.  Along with my own mother’s, their’s will be two of the faces I first seek when called home one day myself.  God, will you please, bless Ron and Mrs. I see Angels, and I have seen the Angel in them both!

01/28/19 06:55 AM #2    

Bobby Hitt

There is a Facebook page dedicated to Ron with several photos from later years. RIP Ron...


04/18/19 05:58 PM #3    

Patricia Navage (Whitney)

04/18/19 06:00 PM #4    

Patricia Navage (Whitney)

Found the picture above today while going through old photos. This was Ron and I, but can't remember what event (maybe Jr Prom?). He was such a sweetheart and so glad that he achieved the success he was looking for...and so sorry it ended too soon.

04/18/19 07:31 PM #5    

Ginni Weaver (Lionberger)

Patty---The picture you posted of you with Ron is beyond beautiful. Such a sweet time in life when we all were preparing to head out into life on our own. Thank you for sharing it. I went through grade school with Ron and am so saddened that he won't be there to celebrate the 50th with all of us......Ginni

04/19/19 10:17 AM #6    

Maureen Feeney (Berget-Bles)

What a sweet picture, Patty.  Thank you for sharing this.  I remember Ron as a kind, friendly and fun person.  Gone too soon.


05/26/19 08:19 PM #7    

Phillip Cramer

Ron lived in my neighborhood, his mother and mine were good friends so I heard all about his exploits even though we had to make her tell us about him. Back in the 80s his picture was on many billboards for cigarette advertisements, I drove buy one of them every time I went to work. He was almost as beautiful as his mom, a beauty queen in her own right. After his mother passed he dropped by and we talked about her and what he meant to her, truly people are so much more than we see from the outside. Good on ya Ron, a great son and someone who strove to be the best, even though he felt he hadn't quite made it yet. He said, in these conversations that he couldn't believe that Walter Matthau was still getting parts that should go to other actors. Like me. 


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