Ronald Saleh Ambar, 66, died Thursday, December 1st, 2022 in Orlando, FL. He was born on August 31st, 1956 in Alexandria, Egypt to Albert and Ines Ambar. He left Egypt as a Jewish refugee at 1 years old and grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with his parents and older brother Joseph. Over his childhood, he spent a few years in Israel before coming back to Brazil and meeting his wife, Jessica Ambar, with whom he has 2 children. He spent a large part of his career working in the airline industry, which eventually inspired his move, along with his family, to Orlando, FL to start a travel agency. He later went on to be self-employed as a consultant to the governor of the state of Rio De Janiero. Ronnie was a man of the world. He spoke multiple languages including Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, French, English and Portuguese. If he was not travelling to different countries in pursuit of his own projects, he was connecting people in pursuit of theirs. His biggest joy was connecting and helping others. In his spare time, he was following his beloved Brazilian soccer team, Fluminese. As the Brazilians would say, he was a true tri-color fan, who loved the game. Ronald is survived by his 2 children: Deborah and Raphael Ambar; their mother, Jessica Ambar; and his granddaughter, Lunasun Ambar. The service will be held on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 at 1PM at the Ponte Vedra Valley Cemetery in Ponte Vedra, FL.