February 25, 1960 ~ January 15, 2022

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Ronald Dean Arthur, 61, of Indianapolis, IN; passed away on January 15,2022. Ron was a self taught handyman, known to many as the man who could build anything and fix it all. He retired from Castleton Park as a maintenance engineer.

Ron is survived by his wife of 45 years Vickie Arthur (Lane) ; his daughter, Deana Arthur, his five brothers, Kenneth, Joseph, David, Michael & Robert Arthur; his three grandchildren, Andre (Mallory) Richards, Brook (Skyler) Richards, JAsmine (Blake) Eastes/Richards; three great-grandchildren Maci Richards, Jaxon and Delilah Eastes.

Ron is preceded in death by his parents; Darlene Arthur (Wilborn) and Robert Arthur in-laws Avonell Lane and Bobby G. Lane.

Services

Visitation: January 24, 2022 12:00 am - 1:00 pm

Legacy - Indianapolis
1604 W Morris St
Indianapolis, IN 46221


Funeral Service: January 24, 2022 1:00 pm

Legacy - Indianapolis
1604 W Morris St
Indianapolis, IN 46221


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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. YOU FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT,YOU FINISHED THE RACE
    YOU HAVE KEPT THE FAITH
    NOW EXCEPT YOUR CROWN OF RIGHTEOUSNESS AND BE WITH THE LORD
    I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU BROTHER
    I HOPE YOU FOREVER REST IN PEACE
    KENNY&FAMILY

  3. I’m sorry that God has come to take you away I know you had so much you wanted to do in life but God had another purpose for you rest in peace my friend

  4. I’m so sorry to hear that Ron has passed on.

    I came to know Ron very well over the 3 years we worked together at the Castleton Office Park.

    We spent so much time together that we all became like family.

    We ate lunch together and laughed while watching old black and white Andy Griffith Shows, and we worked hard together too.

    Ron was a great maintenance man and a good friend who was always there within a few minutes of calling him on the radio any time we needed help.

    We did everything from snow removal and painting, to installing new HVAC systems, and he was right there doing it all.

    Ron was quite the perfectionist, and talented with a paint roller too.

    He made sure we all learned how to do a great job.

    He was known for going above and beyond, so much so, that I’ll never forget the time he prevented the theft of an expensive sound system from a tenant space, by literally chasing the thief down on foot, and holding him until the police came.

    That’s just the kind of guy Ron was, someone you could always count on.

    RIP my Friend!

    With sincere prayers and condolences for all of his loved ones.

    Charlie and Sandra Tinch

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