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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Ronald Bellan Jr., Virginia Beach, Va.

Ronald Bellan Jr.

Ronald Bellan Jr., died peacefully in his Virginia Beach, Va. home on February 5, 2019 at the age of 49. 

A Decorated Navy SEAL Master Chief who served in both Iraqi and Afghanistan theaters. Ronald Bellan, aka Bummer and Reaper 01, was born on February 26, 1969 in Pittsburgh Pa. to Ronald and Mary (Brooks) Bellan. 
US Navy Veteran

He graduated from Cowanesque Valley High School in 1987 and went on to join the U. S. Navy in January 1989. Upon Completion of training Ron completed many successful tours of duty with various Naval Special Warfare Units in the defense of our county. 

Ron founded the TV show Reaper Outdoors, Survive the Hunt in 2010. Traveling all over showcasing tactical, hunting and survival skills. In 2014 Ronald retired with full military honors in Virginia Beach Va. Continuing his life of service Ron was involved with the SEAL Legacy Foundation, a champion Veterans benefits and a Founding Board Member of Special Operations Wounded Warrior and the Anteris Alliance. 

He is survived by his Fiancée Charlotte; Mother, Mary of Westfield; Brother, Jon and Errin of New Orleans; Sister, Ronda of New Orleans; Son RJ of NC; Daughter Stephanie of FL; grandchildren, Jackson and MadiLyn and niece, Abby. 

Ron was preceded in death by his father, Ronald in 2011 and his brother, Joseph in 1996.

A military service was held at the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek Chapel, 1160 D. Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23459 on Wednesday, February 13th at 1:00 PM.

Family received friends at the Kenyon Funeral Home, 222 W. Main St., Westfield on February 16th from 1- 4 pm.

The family has requested memorial donations to be made to Ron's two favorite charities: SOWW - Special Operations Wounded Warriors, https://sowwcharity.com/donations/ and Seal Legacy Foundation, https://www.seallegacy.org

1 comment :

Bert Ianson said...

Prayers to the family. Until we meet again my friend