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Ronald Rolleston (84) of East Goshen and Cape May, NJ passed away Wednesday June 6, 2018 in Cape May, NJ. Born in Philadelphia, He was the son of the late Howard Rolleston and Sara (Dougherty) Rolleston. He was raised in East Goshen and Havertown, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Rolleston was a graduate of Haverford High School, class of 1951. Mr. Rolleston devoted his career to Commercial Real Estate building and development, building or refurbishing hotels, hospitals and other commercial structures from New York to Florida, over the course of his forty five year career in the business.
He was a lover of nature and animals, especially his Labrador retrievers. He began hunting with his grandfather and father at age nine. He loved the beauty and grandeur of his home state of Pennsylvania. Mr. Rolleston also loved fishing, and while at his summer home in Cape May, he fished regularly with his children, grandchildren, and friends. Mr. Rolleston was also a gifted craftsman who designed and built his own home in Pennsylvania. He was a skilled woodworker, having created furniture that was featured in both of his homes.
Most importantly, he was a devoted Father and Husband. Over the course of his 63 year marriage to his beloved wife, Marilyn (Harvey) Rolleston, deceased May 20, 2018, he provided a safe and loving home for her and their four children. His devotion to his family's well-being was paramount throughout his life. Ronald and Marilyn loved Cape May as well as their trips throughout America, traveling together to see all its natural wonders.
In addition to his wife and parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, William and Howard, and his sister, Helen.
He is survived by his children: Ronald L. Rolleston, Diane Gaver (Eric), Nancilyn Arasim (Stanley), and Marilyn Keeley (James). He is also survived by his grandchildren, Whitney (Mary), Jaime, Alex, Lauren, Rachel, Olivia, Christopher and Joseph; his sister Lee, and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be Saturday, June 9, 2018 at Our Lady Star of The Sea, 525 Washington Mall, Cape May, NJ 08204. Viewing will be from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. Mass will follow at 10:15. Interment will be at Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Springfield, PA.