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Ron Erwin

Till we meet again friend and fellow Bison.

Mr. Ronald Keith Erwin passed away Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at his home in Hideaway, Texas. He was born August 2, 1947 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to the late Roy and Ella Francis (Greer) Erwin. Ronald served his country in the United States Air Force and retired as the owner/operator of Home Craftsman Remodeling in Huntsville, Alabama. Four years ago, Ronald moved to Hideaway where he loved spending time on the lake, fishing, playing golf, and watching the Dallas Cowboys. He is preceded in death by his brother, Charles Erwin. Ronald is survived by sons, Zachary Erwin and his wife Dawn of Horton, Alabama and Nicholas Erwin of Austin, Texas; grandson, Darren Sloat of Horton, Alabama; and numerous nieces and nephews.

 



 
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08/21/20 01:43 PM #1    

Susan Gibson (Howell)

Oh my gosh!  I adored Ronny!  Such a sweetheart!  Prayers for his family and friends during this time of grief.  Ronny will be missed by many!  💔


08/21/20 05:00 PM #2    

Sheila Waters (Taylor)

So sorry to hear of Ronny's passing.


08/22/20 08:23 AM #3    

Robert Lawrence

So sorry, I liked Ronnie.


08/22/20 11:05 AM #4    

Elaine Smith (Sichter)

I am very sad.  Ronnie was one of my closest friends.  I remember when he moved across the street from Libby Stewart and we all walked to Griener then Sunset.   Remember when he used to drive us to U of Arlington in his old mustang.  We would cruise down old Hwy 80 every morning and stop and get a dollars worth of gas in Arlington cause it was 25 cents a gallon!   Got into some trouble but it was fun trouble.   Ronnie stayed a close friend with a lot of us girls but never a lover!    I have kept up with him over the years and he was close to a lot of my family members.  Oh Ronnie, I am going to miss you.  Elaine Smith Sichter


08/30/20 05:45 PM #5    

Pete Schroeder

I was fortunate to spend a few hours with Rita & Julia at Ronny's home a week before his passing. We had a really nice visit and shared a lot of memories anf laughs. Good by my friend.


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