Ronald B. Monroe
The New York Times

February 24, 1990, Saturday, Late Edition - Final

Ronald B. Monroe, Administrator, 50

SECTION: Section 1; Page 31, Column 2; Metropolitan Desk

LENGTH: 139 words

Ronald B. Monroe, an administrator with the Conservation Company, a public-policy consulting concern, and Seedco, a community development and human services organization, died of AIDS on Wednesday at University Hospital. He was 50 years old and lived in Manhattan. 

Mr. Monroe was born in Braintree, Mass., and attended Harvard and Columbia Universities. He had been with the Conservation Company and Seedco, which were begun with money from the Ford Foundation, since 1985. Earlier he had served for four years as an administrator with the Big Apple Circus and the New York School for Circus Arts. From 1965 to 1980 he was with the City Bar Association in New York.

He is survived by his parents, Ethel and Bruce Monroe of Hingham, Mass., and a sister, Brenda Bailey, of Braintree.

His longtime companion was Ronald S. Smith.

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