Everyone is deeply saddened about the death of local philanthropist Ronald Ansin. Ron had a lengthy history of backing Fenway. He and his brother Ed, who passed away in 2020, had a significant role in the development of the 2009-opened Fenway Health flagship facility at 1340 Boylston Street in Boston. The structure bears the name Peter Ansin after the two brothers’ cousin Mikki’s late son, who passed away in 1992.
Our ability to provide care and services, research, education, and advocacy efforts, as well as to significantly increase our influence in support of our purpose and the individuals and communities who depend on us, has increased as a result of the inauguration of the Ansin Building at Fenway Health.
Ron worked for many years in a variety of positions, including banker, executive of an apparel firm, and former Massachusetts Commissioner of Commerce and Development. His kind giving helped several groups in addition to Fenway Health, including the Thayer Symphony Orchestra, GLSEN, GLAAD, Lambda Legal, Fitchburg Art Museum, and the ACLU of Massachusetts.
Ronald Ansin Obituary
The death famous philanthropist, Ronald Ansin also known as Ron Ansin has really shook the world. His obituary has been sent across the world as sympathizers mourn this great loss.
Even though, the main cause if his death has not been made public, his family are preparing to bid him final goodbye.