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1946 Ron 2024

Ronald A. Liberto

June 5, 1946 — February 19, 2024

Ronald Anthony Liberto, 77 of Glen Burnie passed away peacefully at home on February 19, 2024. Ron was born on June 5, 1946, in Baltimore to the late Anthony and Ruth Liberto. He graduated from Towson High School and attended the University of Baltimore. He worked at the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn for 42 years. Ron loved his time as a member of the Orioles Event Staff from 1995-2019 and the Ravens Event Staff for 15 years. He served in the Army Reserves from 1967-1974 and was a member of the 89 Athletic Club in Arbutus.


Ron was an avid sports enthusiast both as a participant and a fan. He coached and played for the Baltimore Basketball Association and played softball in the EAA Leagues at SSA. He was especially proud of his work as a player/coach for the Ravens Soccer Club who played in both indoor and outdoor SSA and City Leagues. Ron was admired and respected by the many players he coached.


Ron was extremely proud of his collections; die cast cars, Elvis memorabilia and a massive train garden! His “Man Cave” was renowned with a huge collection of Orioles and Ravens memorabilia and games galore; darts, roulette, shuffleboard, pool, foosball, air hockey, ping pong, basketball, and skee-ball. The collections grew so large that his garage became the Man Cave Annex! He also loved movies and had thousands of DVD’s and yes, VHS tapes. Ron was enormously proud of his three children, especially Christopher’s Naval career and the twins, Jennifer, and Juliane, with their academic achievements and careers in Biomedical Research. His Donald Duck impersonation was the source of much laughter in their childhood, and he was practicing to share it with his two granddaughters.


Ron is survived by his life partner, Betsy Brininger of Glen Burnie, MD; his daughters, Juliane Liberto of Baltimore, MD and Jennifer Elhawary of Castro Valley, CA; his son, Christopher Liberto of San Marcos, CA; his granddaughters, Olivia Liberto of Temecula, CA and Amira Elhawary of Castro Valley, CA; and his sister, Sharon Liberto of Ocean City, MD. He was preceded in death by his parents, Anthony and Ruth Liberto.


Interment will be held at Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville, on Monday, March 18th, at 11:30 AM. 

A Celebration of Life for Ron will be scheduled in April. 


Contributions in Ron’s name may be made to the Cal Ripken Foundation 


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Monday, March 18, 2024

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