Ronnie Lee Higdon
- January 1, 1947 - August 6, 2012
- Garland, Texas
of Ronnie's Passing
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Memories & Candles
I will miss Ronnie so much especially the home cooked roast,potatoes,and enchiladas that he cooked for me..I remember the last words he said to me which was r u ok because you've been quiet lately..he was always concerned about others and he was always there to help no matter what..there will never be another man like him..he impacted 0789 in a lot of ways..gone but never forgotten..
Posted by: Shay Blanton - Mesquite, TX Aug 15, 2012
Ronnie was the best friend I've ever had.When I found out I had skin cancer Ronnie showed up at my place with hamburgers & Patron .He came to my surgery that lasted 5-6 hours. The second surgery was going to be early.He was coming down with a cold.He was so afraid he was going to oversleep that he spent the night in my parking lot so that he was able to get me there on time.There has never been one
Posted by: Tanya Holden - Mesquite, TX - Best friend Aug 14, 2012
Ronnie was by far the sweetest guy I've ever met. He would always come into Randy Whites/BBQ Tavern to see me. "Hey, you have to meet my friend. Her name is Paige." We would sit and talk for hours on end some nights and others he would go through the To Go area when he wanted to pick up some ribs to take home.
He was hard working, caring, and I'm blessed to have him in my life.
Posted by: Paige Hendricks - Mesquite, TX Aug 10, 2012
My prayers go out to everyone during this sad time of loss. Ronnie always served others, worked hard and loved his family with all his heart. He was a great man and is dearly missed.
Posted by: Sheri Schmidt Kammerdeiner - Vidalia, LA Aug 09, 2012
He will surely be missed. He was a great person, always smiling, and on the go. He hardly ever complained and always willing to help whereever he could. He loved to go dancing and just have fun. It was too soon for him, but at least where he's at now, he will no longer be suffering in pain and probably dancing if he could.
Posted by: Cynthia Arnold - Garland, TX - co-worker/friend Aug 09, 2012