Ronald Scott Drysdale, a proud member of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, died Friday, March 1 at War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
Drysdale was a peaceful, friendly and widely loved man who worked for most of his life as a computer programmer. He was born in Lynn, Massachusetts, went to high school in Trumbull, Connecticut and kept drifting south until he found Great Cacapon, West Virginia, just across the Potomac River from the Maryland panhandle.
He worked as a computer programmer for companies in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Maryland. At the time of his death he was employed as a programmer for a company called Virginia Controls, Inc. in Richmond, Virginia.
He is survived by his parents Ron and Helen Drysdale of Trumbull; his sister Kimberly Drysdale of Concord, New Hampshire; his sister Elizabeth Drysdale-Fedeli, her husband John Fedeli and their sons Owen and Samuel of Stamford, Connecticut.
Ronald Scott Drysdale was just 49-years-old. It was his last wish that donations be made in his name to The Humane Society of Morgan County, P.O. Box 705, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411. He loved animals. He loved his motorcycle. He lived Pagan and died Pagan.
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