Ronald George Agypt
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Ronald George Agypt
Married to Kim for 38 years, his love for her was unequaled to any of his passions and achievements. He considered himself the luckiest man on earth.
A member of St. Mary Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church and a graduate of Westmont High School in 1974, Ron attended the University of Pittsburgh before embarking on a 38-year career in the insurance industry. Ron spent 33 years with Combined Insurance Company of America and AON Worksite Solutions, starting as a door-to-door salesman and working to become the youngest vice president in the company's history at age 30. He went on to serve as the Senior VP of Aflac for Broker Development and the Chief Sales Officer of HUB International. He also served on the Board of Directors for Sterling Life Insurance Company, Legal Club of America, Better Business Bureau of Northern Illinois, and Life Raft. Yet if you asked him his greatest accomplishments, he would first bring up the countless Little League titles he won coaching his sons, or his undefeated record in the "Ring of Honor."
Ron developed a legacy of love. He lived as we all should, striving to forge an easier path for those who walk behind us. He graciously left us with the understanding that our lives are measured not by what we achieve, but by the number of people we welcome into our hearts. He will be missed, but his lessons continue to grow and multiply in an ever-widening circle of joy, love, and light.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 in Alpharetta, GA. Details can be found at https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ronagypt.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be made in Ron's honor to the Harlem Heights Charter School in Fort Myers, FL or the Life Raft Group.
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