Ronald Dale Flowers, 73, of Whitesboro, Texas was called to his eternal home on Friday, February 19, 2021.
Ronnie was born on March 14, 1947 in Denison, Texas to William and Sylvia (Coley) Flowers. He retired from Western Gas Resources where he served as the plant manager, he then began doing home remodeling in the area. He enjoyed woodworking and trout fishing, especially in the mountains of Colorado. Ronnie was a loving family man and enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren and his pet, Tom Cat.
He is survived by his wife, Judy Flowers of Whitesboro; son, Robby Flowers and wife, Lydia of Whitesboro; daughter, Lisa Sterling and husband, Kevin of Sherman; daughter, Angela Cryer and husband, Eric of Kingston; grandchildren, Adam Flowers and wife, Kaylin, Amanda Flowers, Jacob Irvin, Kevin Reed Sterling, Alexis Akers and husband, Nathan, Lane, Mya and Harley Cryer, great-grandchildren, Maddison and Harper Akers, sister, Judy Watson and husband, Fred, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and other loving friends and family.
Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents, William and Sylvia, stepfather, Joe Spalding, and his grandparents.
Graveside services honoring Ronnie will be held at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at Sadler Cemetery in Sadler, Texas, officiated by Rev. Larry Arnold. No formal visitation is scheduled; however friends and family are welcome anytime at the family home. Services are under the direction of Meador Funeral Home of Whitesboro.
He will be greatly missed.
May God comfort Ronnie’s family during this difficult time. I remembered Ronnie when he worked in Sandusky with my dad for several years and he was a hard worker and well liked. God bless!
Thank you so much. Ronnie remembered working with your dad and all the guys as the good times in his life.
Thank you. We all miss him more each passing day. Love you and all your family.
He was a smart and loving man, am proud to say he was my uncle. Rest until I see you again uncle Ronnie!
Thank you, Bret. He always enjoyed talking with you.
May God bless y’all with the comfort that only He can give.
Thank you, Mark. We have comfort in knowing that he is whole again and is in God’s presence, but still the heartache continues.
Judy & Family , Our continued thoughts & prayers are with all of you. May our Lord give you great peace & comfort as He only is able.
Chris & Linda Ruebeck.
Chris and Linda, thank you for your prayers during Ronnie’s fight with cancer. He fought hard and stayed positive, and God blessed us with six more years. We take comfort in knowing that he is in God’s presence and is whole once again.
JUDY SO SORRY RONNIE WAS A VERY GOOD PERSON HE WILL SURELY BE MISSED. PRAYERS TO ALL THE FAMILY
Thank you, Linda. We appreciate all the prayers.
I am so sorry to hear of Ronnie’s passing. They were awesome neighbors to my folks (Bob & LouAnn Hale) when they lived on Evelyn. Always around to help my dad with various tasks and allowed my dad to work in his garden when dad couldn’t have one on his own anymore. Lots of fun times for sure. My thoughts and prayers are with Judy and the family.
Dee, thank you. Ronnie enjoyed talking with both your dad and mom. After we moved, he would drive by their home just to see if he might be in the yard, and he could visit a while. It worried him these past few years that Bob wasn’t out working in his yard.
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. It was great working with him. Junior and Lou Hutchins
Thank you. He had fond memories of working with all you guys. Best times in his life!
Oh Judy. I’m so sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers from Peggy and Adrienne.
Thank you, Peggy and Adrienne. We all appreciate your prayers.
Judy you and your family will be greatly missed by Ronnie. Love you & the family.
Linda, thank you for your kind words. I know you have been through this and know exactly how we feel. Would love to see you.