OBITUARY

Ronnie Lee Hedrick

7 November, 19489 June, 2021

Ronnie Lee Hedrick, 72, of Cisco Texas, went to be with his Lord and Savior on June 9th, 2021. Ronnie was born November 7, 1948 in Kilgore, Texas. He served for four years in the United States Air Force. On June 7, 1969, he married the love of his life and wife of 52 years, Treva Wilson. Ronnie retired from the chemical industry. He was a talented woodworker and loved spending time with family and friends.

Ronnie is survived by his wife Treva Wilson Hedrick of Cisco; brothers Donald Hedrick and wife Paula of Victoria, Texas and Kenneth Hedrick and wife Bettie of Spring, Texas; his children Jana Miller of Pasadena, Texas, Amy Murray and husband Brian of Taylor Lake Village, Texas and Ronnie Hedrick and wife Bonnie of Baytown, Texas; ten grandchildren, three great-grandchildren with one more on the way, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Ronnie is preceded in death by his parents Jack and Margueritte Hedrick of Kilgore, Texas and father-in-law and mother-in-law J.D. and Fay Wilson of Eastland.

Pallbearers for Ronnie are son-in-law Brian Murray; grandsons Bryce Taylor, Alec Miller, Cory Miller, Rigby Murray, Reagan Murray, Brandon Hall, and Austin Smith.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brian Murray, Pallbearer
  • Bryce Taylor, Pallbearer
  • Alec Miller, Pallbearer
  • Cory Miller, Pallbearer
  • Rigby Murray, Pallbearer
  • Reagan Murray, Pallbearer
  • Brandon Hall, Pallbearer
  • Austin Smith, Pallbearer

Services

  • Family Will Receive Guests

    Tuesday, 15 June , 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Tuesday, 15 June , 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, 15 June , 2021

Memories

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Keith & Judy Bodine

14 June 2021

Ronnie was a very talented and amazing man!! We will never forget his beautiful wood work and his funny personality!
We became such good friends living less than a block from each other and spending lots of hours serving on the Pony Baseball League and watching our sons compete. What great memories!
Treva was amazingly talented as well and they always seemed to compliment each other as they created many many beautiful things together.
Jana, Amy, and Ronnie Jr were an extension of our own kids. That was the way things were while growing up in LaPorte at such an innocent time.
Love this family and will always remember the great fun we had with them.
God be with you! We love you all!!

Cynthia Srader

12 June 2021

For over 40 years Ronnie and his amazing wife Treva have been my best friends. There are so many wonderful memories we have had together that I could never list them all. He has been there to take me to the hospital when my husband was out of town and much to his shock and dismay the nurses thought he was my husband! He was a quiet, private man that was always quick with a joke. Loved him so much and Jim and I will miss one of the best friends we have ever had. Ronnie enjoy your time with JD. I know he was waiting for you at the gate.

Victoria Hall

12 June 2021

Poppa was one of a kind. Full of love, wisdom, jokes, and pure enjoyment for life. He loved my husband and myself so well. He thought the world of my little girls. His life was well lived, even if I think it was too short. I absolutely loved living across the courtyard from him for our first couple years of marriage. He & Gigi always welcomed us in for dinner, games, or just to hang out and talk about life, theology, or anything he could say to make us laugh. Memories I will cherish forever. Poppa taught Brandon & I countless life lessons and skills we will pass down to our children and our children’s children. He will be incredibly missed.

Larry Hedrick

12 June 2021

Ronnie was a cherished cousin. He was full of humor and mischievousness and was a delight to all who knew him. I will miss his razor-sharp wit at all future gatherings of the Hedrick clan. Rest in peace dear cousin. You will not be forgotten by your friends and relatives.

From the Family
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