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Ron Ponpeil Obituary – Death, Ron Ponpeil Has Passed Away (2021)

The mentor to many, Ron Ponpeil has passed away today. He will be dearly missed by both friends and family as he has impacted a lot of souls. Ron Ponpeil was a big contribution to both his community and country and filling the hole he left behind in our hearts will be hard to fix. Ron Ponpeil will be greatly missed.

Ron Ponpeil (Age: 86) the Infomercial king died “suddenly and peacefully” Wednesday at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to a family representative.

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Frank Marzullo Wxix said: “Ron Popeil has died at 86. This made really sad, as a child of television in the glory days I loved Ron ! He pitched products and came up with catch phrases used today. He has made appearances in infomercials for the Showtime Rotisserie and coined the phrase “Set it, and forget it!” as well as popularizing the phrase, “But wait, there’s more!” on television as early as the mid-1950s.”

Anthony Sullivan said: “

I heard the news that Ron Popeil wrapped up his time on this earth this morning. I had the pleasure of knowing Ron for over 25 years. He was the original pitchman, the salesman of the century. This picture was taken in Las Vegas in 1999 right after he received a lifetime achievement award. I was sitting with Billy Mays and saw footage of him as a young handsome man, in black and white on that day pitching old school style on televisions that were boxes. He was doing it before anyone else. He invented it. Ron was a sophisticated, smooth, articulate, intelligent artist who really understood how to educate, entertain and persuade before anyone else did. He came up the hard way working street markets, fairs and shows honing and perfecting his craft and then brought it to televisions everywhere. Who can’t remember the pocket fisherman or the Showtime Rotisserie? Ron is woven into American pop culture and influenced everyone who ever set foot in front of a camera to pitch anything. Anyone who wants to sell anything can learn something from Ron Popeil. Set it and…….? Forget it. He made the art of selling look easy and seamless. Ron was a Jedi Knight in front of the camera. A passionate inventor, a showman, a father and friend. Ron! Thank You for the nuggets of advice you gave me over the years. I will miss you! Always one to leave you with something to think about it… The last thing Ron said to me on the phone when we spoke was “Anthony, if there’s one thing I’ve learned in life, my health is my wealth”.


God, Jesus and the Saints maybe a few dollars shy and using pocket fishermen and showtime rotisserie to cook the catch in heaven tonight. Pitch in Peace PIP! Your friend, Sully.”

Ron Ponpeil Obituary

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