Ronald Scott Drysdale

March 13, 2013

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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.

Requiscant In Pace



18 Responses to “Ronald Scott Drysdale”

  1. Chuck Says:

    You were a decent human being and you are not forgotten!

  2. lingus Says:

    hey, could somebody post the old dirt bag pagans rap sheet before we all get wet eyed about the loser !when you say he loved animals .did the meth head make love to animals ?Did he beat up girls ? was he a 1% or a high holy man….come on people, Pagans are filth.49 ?? how about 80 years old,I guess that clean Pagan life took its tole.

  3. Michael Says:

    Condolences, however late they may be. Sorry for your loss.

  4. Melissa Says:

    Scott was a great big brother for me.. I remember riding on his motorcycle with him and telling him I had a full bladder. He’d yell back, “WHAT?” and i’d repeat myself and he’d hit every pothole he could find. He loved animals and riding that bike. He was one of a kind.. RIP Scotty. Youll be missed…

  5. Semper Says:

    I will miss you Analog. You were a righteous man and friend. Go easy. L&R to your family and Nation.

  6. Cap'n Bill Says:

    Rest In Peace

  7. sherides Says:

    Condolences to those who knew and loved him.


  8. Stevo Says:

    RIP Mr Drysdale


  9. Slice Says:

    RIP Analog 1%

    Ride free brother


  10. Wretched Man Says:

    Sincere condolences to Mr Drysdalez’s family & his Club Brothers at this time.


  11. RVN69 Says:

    Sincere condolences to the Brothers, Family and friends of Ronald Scott Drysdale. May he ride in Peace forever.

    “Lo there I see my father, Lo there I see my brothers, Lo there I see the line of my family back to the beginning and they beckon me to join them in Valhalla were the brave shall live forever”

  12. Phuquehed Says:

    Best wishes to his friends, brothers and family. Keep him in your memories always.

  13. Base Says:

    Condolences to all his family & friends.

    RIP Mr. Drysdale.

    With sincere regards & respect


  14. WARTHOG Says:

    Respect and condolences to the brothers, family, and friends of Pagan Ronald 1%’er. GBNF.



  15. Hose-a 1% Says:

    R.I.P. Brother Analog…..L.P.D.P.
    Hose-a 1%er Pagan’s M.C. retired F.T.F.

  16. Sieg Says:

    R.I.P Pagan 1%’er Ronald.

    Condolences to the families, both in the club and in the straight world.

    Seated in the Great Hall in Valhalla, another Pagan gone home.

    5 to 1

  17. Frequent Flyer Says:

    Checks on the way to the Humane Society.

    RIP Ronald. Respect to club, friends and family.

  18. swampy Says:

    Condolences to the brothers, family and friends of Ronald Scott Drysdale. R.I.P. With the highest regards and respect, swampy

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