Leah Pruett’s father has passed away

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Don Schumacher Racing Top Fuel Dragster pilot Leah Pruett is mourning the death of her father Ron Pruett. No age was given.

An official cause of death has not been announced yet. Pruett said that it could potentially be related to the coronavirus.

Death Candle
Death Candle (Photo by Pixabay)

“Heartbroken,” Pruett shred in an Instagram post. “From the first picture I have with him, to the very last. 💔 It’s been the toughest week of my life losing my father. Peaceful yet sudden and unexpected. Covid related, still unsure. There was no time for goodbyes or I love yous. But, I am forever grateful and at peace that through patience, effort, and the love of God we were able to have a joyful and meaningful relationship these past couple of years, which is all I ever wanted.”

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With the passing of her father, Pruett urged those, who may have a problem with someone to reconcile with them. It was believed that Pruett and her father did not get along, but that appears to have changed in recent years.

“If you have even the smallest chance to reconcile with someone you love, I hope you can find a way in your heart to do so,” she said. “I love you so much, Dad. 🤍 God Speed and RIP”

No funeral arrangements have been announced at this time.

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