Ronald D Roland
August 5, 1951 - December 23, 2019
ObituaryRonald Dean Roland, 68, passed away on Monday, December 23, 2019 at Elkview General Hospital, Hobart, OK. Ronald was born August 5, 1951 in Carnegie, OK to J.D. and Vivian Roland.
Ronald attended Carnegie Public School graduating with the Class of 1969, and Murray State College, and Central State College.
He is survived by one daughter, Audrey Ranney and husband Eric, Piedmont, OK; sister Sue Roland, Henderson, NV, and brother, Bobby Roland and wife, Donna, Carnegie, OK. He had two grandchildren, Matthew and Lauren and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, J.D and Vivian Roland.
Ron was saved in 1966 at the Ft. Cobb First Baptist Church. Jim White was the pastor at his conversion. His favorite scripture was Colossians 3:1-17. He tried to live his life according to the Word given in these verses. He was a member for many years in the Baptist Church in Rowlett, TX and after he moved home, he attended the Carnegie First Baptist Church regularly. He ate lunch daily at the Carnegie Senior Citizens Center.
Ron was loyal to his church, family, friends, co-workers, classmates, and his beloved sports teams, OU Sooners, Texas Rangers, the Thunder. He was an avid supporter of the Carnegie Wildcats (once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat). If you saw Ron, he was usually wearing a tee shirt that represented one of his favorite sports teams. He loved '70's music and anything Elvis.
Services for Ron will be held at a later date.
Under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Carnegie, OK
Lone Wolf, OK
Rest in peace
Laura Hilliard Wells
Oklahoma City, OK
I sure hate to hear of your passing. RIP my dear friend. Prayers to the family and friends. Gonna miss you.
Our prayers and sympathy lie with your sorrow. Ronald was a pleasure to know.
Bonnie and I send our love and prayers to the family with Ronald's passing.
Edward & Beverly (Adkins) 0 Whitworth
Sue, Bob and Donna, my heart breaks for you. You were always good to Ronald. I know he loved his siblings very dearly. I never had the opportunity to meet his family when he was gone from Carnegie but give them our love and prayers. May God put his arms around all of you in this difficult time. RIP, Ronald! Fly high!!!
Wichita Falls, TX
Ronald was a very good friend and great classmate. I so enjoyed seeing him at our past high school reunions, and especially our 50th class reunion in April, 2019. My prayers go out to his entire family! RIP my dear friend!