Disney’s Legend Ron Dominguez known as’ Mr. Disneyland dies at the age of 85

Disney Legend and former Executive Vice President of Attractions Ron Dominguez, aka Mr. Disneyland dies at the age of 85

  • Ron Dominguez, a member of Disney Legend and former deputy CEO of The Walt Disney Company, passed away at the age of 85 on Saturday
  • Dominguez is survived by his 41-year-old wife Betty, whom he met at Disneyland
  • Known as’ Mr. Disneyland, ‘he previously joked that his childhood home was’ located exactly around where the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean and Cafe Orleans is today’
  • Beginning in July 1955, Dominguez landed a summer job at the amusement park Anaheim as a ticketmaker at the age of twenty
  • In 1974, the businessman became Vice President of Disneyland, and in 1990, then Executive Vice President, Walt Disney Attractions on the West Coast
  • Dominguez was later entered as Disney Legend in 2000 and has a window on Main Street
  • He has reportedly been in a shelter for the past six weeks after a fall that broke his hip, according to the Orange County Register.

Ron Dominguez, a member of Disney Legend and former deputy CEO of The Walt Disney Company, passed away at the age of 85 on Saturday.

The Disneyland Alumni Club has announced some sad news to start the new year The social networking site Facebook. Ron has been an original member of Disneyland, even the most. His family owned and lived on 10 acres of orange groves that were purchased by Walt Disney for Disneyland in 1954.

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Known as’ Mr. Disneyland, “jokingly previously said his childhood home was” located right around the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean and Cafe Orleans today. “

Sad news: Ron Dominguez, a member of Disney’s Legend and former executive vice president of Walt Disney, passed away at 85 on Saturday

Additionally, the giant palm tree at the entrance to Jungle Cruise was a gift to his grandparents, who married in the 1890s.

Beginning in July 1955, Dominguez took a summer job at an Anaheim amusement park as a ticketmaker at the age of 20, before being promoted to “temporary supervisor of Main Street USA” within a year.

During his career, he held various supervisory positions throughout the park, until he assumed the position of Director of Operations in 1970.

In 1974, the businessman became Vice President of Disneyland, and in 1990 he was awarded the title of Executive Vice President, Walt Disney’s West Coast attractions.

Rest in Peace: Known as' Mr.  Disneyland, 'Dominguez was an original member of Disneyland, and grew up in

Rest in Peace: Known as’ Mr. Disneyland, ‘Dominguez was an original member of Disneyland, and grew up in’ 10 acres of orange groves purchased by Walt Disney for Disneyland in 1954, ‘according to Facebook Alumni.

“He retired from The Walt Disney Company in 1994 after 39 years,” according to Limit.

In 2000, Dominguez was recruited as a Disney Legend and given a window on Main Street.

Scott Flair, who was one of the first to learn of Dominguez’s death on Friday, said having “a window is a huge honor”.

The head of the Red Handkerchief said, “ It is awarded to someone who has made a significant contribution to what the resort is today. The Orange County Register.

Fliner also revealed that his friend was In a shelter for the past six weeks after a fall that broke his hip.

“It was very sad to see him so weak, especially because he was so vibrant,” Fliner recalls, before indicating that Dominguez had recently shared some fun trivia about Disneyland at an October lunch.

Dominguez is survived by his 41-year-old wife Betty, whom he met at Disneyland.

The Happiest Place on Earth: Later inducted as Disney Legend in 2000 and has a window on Main Street

The Happiest Place on Earth: Later inducted as Disney Legend in 2000 and has a window on Main Street

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