Ronald S. Matrisciano

Profile Updated: October 26, 2012
Ronald S. Matrisciano
Residing In IL USA
Spouse/Partner Dottie - Married on 02-11-2011
Occupation Retired
Children Michael and Brandi.
Yes! Attending Reunion
Attending Fitzgerald's, 6615 Roosevelt Road, Berwyn 708 788 2118; 7p - 11p (10/13/12)

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Attending OPRF Homecoming Football Game @ 7:30p (10/12/12)

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After graduating from OPRF, I attended Triton College and pitched on the 1973 State Championship Baseball Team.
I then attended and graduated from Aurora University.
After graduating from Aurora, I signed with the San Francisco Giants.
I retired from professional baseball in 1980, and obtained employment with the Illinois Department of Corrections and held several administrative positions such as Warden of Joliet Prison, Deputy Chief of Parole, and Assistant Deputy Director.
I retired from Corrections in 2010....Dottie and I were married in 2011 and we recently purchased a home in Las Vegas.
And yes,....WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS...STAYS IN VEGAS !!

School Story

The story I always enjoy telling is that ......I was on the baseball team as a pitcher at OPRF all 4 years but I never got a chance to play !! I sat on the bench for good old Jack Kaiser.....but in spite of that, went on to pitch for the State Championship Team at Triton and eventually pitch at the professional level with the San Francisco Giants ! That Jack Kaiser was a fine judge of talent !!
"NEVER GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS"

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Happy Birthday Bonnie
May all your wishes come true!

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Vegas....February 11, 2011
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Topps Card 1978.
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Relaxing in the locker room before the game.
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Almost game time.
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Me with "Hall of Fame " outfielder Billy Williams and Giants Manager Wayne Cato before a game wih the Cubs in 1978.