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NATICK – Ronald Marc Weinberg, a longtime resident of Natick, passed away on Monday, February 20, 2023, at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, at the age of 58. He was the beloved husband of Jialing Ouyang.

Born in Boston, Ron was the son of the late Samuel and Irma Weinberg.

He was a graduate of Bentley University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Finance.

Early in his career, Ron worked in the field of marketing for several companies before founding his own marketing firm, “Business Sense Marketing.”

For over 18 years, Ron helped small and emerging businesses by developing strategic marketing plans, launching websites, improving brands, and ultimately increasing customer reach.

He was also a prolific writer, authoring numerous articles for marketing publications. Ron’s clients considered him a visionary and valued his ability to help them grow their businesses.

Ron was an avid traveler and visited many cities across the United States and beyond. He particularly enjoyed traveling to Changsha, China, the hometown of his wife, Jialing. When at home, he loved spending weekends with Jialing, exploring new destinations.


Ron is survived by his loving wife, Jialing, as well as his brother Martin L. Weinberg and sister-in-law Cindi of Odessa, FL, and his niece, Emily, and two nephews, Ryan and Drew.

Those who wish to express their condolences may pay their respects in person during visiting hours Friday March 3rd between 10am and 12 noon at the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home at the Natick Common, 4 Park Street, Natick.

Food and refreshments will follow at GravOxy Healing and Wellness Center, 17 South Ave, Downtown Natick. There is parking behind the police station. You may also do so by visiting the obituary page and guestbook at

Funeral services and burial will be held privately.

Ron will be dearly missed by all who knew him, and his legacy as a visionary marketer and devoted husband will live on in the memories of those who loved him.

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