Ronald Lee Dean
May 3, 1942 - April 12, 2017
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First Baptist Church Farmerville
Farmerville, LA
318-368-3849 | Map
Friday 4/14, 9:00 am - 10:00 am
First Baptist Church Farmerville
Farmerville, LA
318-368-3849 | Map
Friday 4/14, 10:00 am
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Friday 4/14

Funeral services for Mr. Ronald Lee Dean, 74, of Farmerville, LA., will be held on Friday, April 14, 2017 at 10:00 A.M. at the First Baptist Church in Farmerville, LA. Officiating will be Rev. Kurt Auger. Interment will follow in Farmerville City Cemetery in Farmerville under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home. He was born…

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Kathy Jackson left a message on May 6, 2020:
I'm so sorry to learn of Ronnie's passing. I miss he and Pal greatly.
Joni-Dawn and Van Simpson left a message on May 7, 2018:
Ronnie will be greatly missed on this earth but will be met again in our permanent home in heaven. Joni and I miss you Ronnie
Lisa Frantz May NWS left a message on April 17, 2017:
Mr. Dean was an outstanding weather observer for the National Weather Service, calling in his daily weather reports for over 18 years. His friendly voice will be missed by the staff who enjoyed his calls. He was a friend to many here in our office, and will be sorely missed.
Lloyd and Frances Grafton left a message on April 15, 2017:
We loved our visits with Ronnie...He never complained. He was kind. He was focused. He was a fine example of a faithful life.
Carol Remy left a message on April 14, 2017:
There are not many people you can say you talked to every day for twenty years. But, Ronnie came into our office daily and was always so pleasant and kind. He definitely demonstrated how God wants us all to be. He will be missed.
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Linda Henry Morris left a message on April 14, 2017:
Dear Patty, Mike and Family, it is really difficult to think about Farmerville without Ronnie being in it. I can't remember ever a time that Cousins Ronnie and Pal weren't a part of it when I was growing up. When Pal brought y'all into the Dean Family, you were bonded to it forever. As Ronnie was the first of her children to survive after a couple of miscarriages, Aunt Marie worried about and prayed to God to look out after him after she and Uncle Palmer were gone. She thought that Pal would always be there. Like so many, she didn't realize that God had His own plans. You all were the answer to those prayers. Your were the Palmer Dean Family that made sure to look out after him to make sure that his health needs were met. You made it possible for Ronnie to live out almost the rest of his days in the much loved family home surrounding by his comforting Dean Family Memories. We all know how special it was to walk into that home when all of them were alive. Ronnie will be celebrating Easter Sunday for the first time in years with his Mother Marie, Daddy Palmer and Brother Pal in Heaven. They all will be watching over all of you with the special love that they have always felt for you. God Bless all of you for taking such wonderful care of and being there for Ronnie! Linda.
Denise Greene left a message on April 13, 2017:
Ronnie will be greatly missed by many. Our prayers go out for family and friends of this great man.
Ronald Johnston left a message on April 13, 2017:
Ronnie Dean was a Farmerville institution. He touched many lives. He will be sorely missed. My condolences to his family and friends.
Lanny Morris left a message on April 13, 2017:
We will always remember watching baseball games while eating fresh roasted peanuts. We will miss our cousin. He was a very good man.
Linda Henry Morris left a message on April 13, 2017:
The light of a candle reminds me of "Flashlight," a game that Cousins Ronnie & Pal, and I would play with other Farmerville neighborhood children after it got dark. Ronnie was always the keeper of the flashlight. We would scatter and hide. It was up to Ronnie to hit us with the beam of the flashlight to put us out of the game until he got us all. The hardest part was not giving ourselves away with our giggles while we were trying to hide.
Anita Walsworth left a message on April 13, 2017:
Mike, Julia, Nick, Drew and Patti,So sorry to hear about Ronnie's passing. He was a delight to know - and always had a smile! I remember years of all 'us girls' from Union Community Action meeting at Ms. Maries to make Christmas goodies and Ronnie would have a ball. He would ask Ms. Marie when the girls were coming again! I know he will be greatly missed! You are in our prayers.
Kim Grafton Tanner left a message on April 13, 2017:
Ronnie will be missed! My Daddy traveled many a mile with Ronnie going back and forth to the doctor. They always loved to stop and eat fish after his appointment. Ronnie loved those Farmer football games. So blessed to have known Ronnie. I can only imagine the happiness he is feeling now in heaven with his Mother, Daddy and Pal. Praying for his friends and family that he leaves behind. I know we will sure miss him!!!
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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