MARK RONNFELDT Obituary
 
In Memory of

MARK DEAN RONNFELDT

July 27, 1957 - September 2, 2016
Obituary

Mark Dean Ronnfeldt was promoted to heaven on Friday, September 2, 2016 and spent his childhood in Peoria IL. He worked at Bemis Bag Company and was the lead singer and rhythm guitar player for Excalibur. He moved to Arizona and founded Paws (Pet Awareness Wins Satisfaction) Dog Training Academy. He married his wife of 28 years and they showed and bred Dobermans under Paws Dobermans. Mark trained and showed multiple breeds taking 3 of the Paws Dobermans to the Doberman Pinscher Club's Top 20 Obedience competition; 2 Paws Dobermans to the Gaines Regionals and was invited multiple times to the national AKC obedience trials. He loved riding...
Mark Dean Ronnfeldt was promoted to heaven on Friday, September 2, 2016 and spent his childhood in Peoria IL. He worked at Bemis Bag Company and was the lead singer and rhythm guitar player for Excalibur. He moved to Arizona and founded Paws (Pet Awareness Wins Satisfaction) Dog Training Academy. He married his wife of 28 years and they showed and bred Dobermans under Paws Dobermans. Mark trained and showed multiple breeds taking 3 of the Paws Dobermans to the Doberman Pinscher Club's Top 20 Obedience competition; 2 Paws Dobermans to the Gaines Regionals and was invited multiple times to the national AKC obedience trials.

He loved riding his Honda Goldwing and going to the Sturgis, SD rallies for multiple years. His favorite ride was through Silverton and Ouray, CO where he was free and the landscape was breathtaking. He loved his Corvette and raced in auto-cross when he could, achieving his high speed license. He was able to visit the Corvette museum in Bowling Green Kentucky in October 2015 after competing for his last time at the DPCA Nationals with his service dog, Paws Knights Templar deus Vult, CDX, WAC.

He and his wife renewed their vows on their 15th year anniversary in Berlin, Germany. He was very fond of Berlin and the German history. Visiting Munich, Oberammergau, Nuremburg, visiting his dear friend, Hans Heiland, in Augsburg. He toured Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau Castle and many cities in the Black Forest.

He is a member of the Order of the Knights Templar, a Christian oriented fraternal organization and an integral part of the Masonic Fraternity where he upheld their motto and was working on achieving his knighthood. Mark was a spiritual man and is with his Lord in heaven. He will be missed by many.
He is survived by his wife Cynthia Kay Ronnfeldt, his 3 daughters, his brother Derek Ronnfeldt, sister Linda Millard and preceded by his parents, Melvin Dean Ronnfeldt and Shirley Diane Kinney.

Memorial services will be held at 8111 W Montebello Ave., Glendale, AZ 85303 on Saturday, September 10th at 4:00pm. Donations are appreciated in lieu of flowers.

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