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Ronald Brewer

24 mayo , 195414 septiembre , 2020
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On Monday, September 14th, 2020, Ronald Brewer was called home at the age of 66. After a long battle with health issues following a stroke, Ron passed peacefully at his home in Conroe, TX.

Ron was born on May 24th, 1954 in Tucson, Arizona to his father Virgil Brewer and mother Patsy Brewer. He married Rene Milich and had 2 sons, Mark and Jake Brewer. Ron later married Karen Brewer and together they had son Evin Brewer. Ron worked the majority of his life with Texaco until his retirement and then worked as an Independent Contractor as an OSHA Trainer. He finished his career as a Pool Service Manager for Brazos Valley Pools. Ron played tennis and was a drummer for most of his life.

Ron was an amazing son, father, and grandfather. He brought laughter and fun to everyone around him and was loved by all who knew him. He is greatly missed.

Ron is survived by his son, Mark Brewer and his wife Shari Brewer and their children Megan Litteral, Mallory Castilleja, Madison Castilleja, Carter Brewer, Addison Brewer as well as their grandchildren Kinsley and Cooper, son, Jake Brewer and his wife Missy Brewer and their children, Lexi Brewer, Reese Brewer and Ty Brewer, son, Evin Brewer and his fiancé Brittany Hogg and their children Ryland Brewer, and Ashtin Holt. Ron is predeceased by his father Virgil Brewer and mother Patsy Brewer.

The family of Ron Brewer welcomes you to join them for a celebration of life at Memorial Funeral Chapel at 2901 S Texas Avenue in College Station on Saturday, September 26th, at 11 am. You may livestream the service at facebook.com/memorialbryan This is a celebration of Ron and his love for life and people. It seems everyone that knew him has fun stories to tell and believe he touched their lives in wonderful ways.

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Aunt Cathy Stirling

septiembre 27, 2020

Mark and Shari, Jacob and Missy and Evin and Brittany and family,
Nothing can separate us from the love of God - especially death. Your dad is now Resting in Peace. No pain , no suffering , no waiting to see Jesus; he is home now.
May your dad Ron Rest In Peace.
May his soul and all of the souls of the faithful departed Rest In Peace.
Love y’all
Aunt Cathy and Uncle Buff

Mark Brewer

septiembre 26, 2020

My Dad loved us all so much. He was amazing at telling stories and make you laugh. I love him so much and so happy that he is no longer suffering or alone. I am grateful he is with our loved ones in Heaven with our Holy Father and Savior

Ruth York

septiembre 25, 2020

Ron went to work with Uncle BoBo at waco ready mix. there was a room with a cast iron stove where the drivers went to get warm when it was cold. Ron had got a bottle of skunk oil from somewhere to play pranks on people. he poured some on the stove they all started gaging and run outside . he was always fun to be around. I remember when they brought him home from the hospital. i carried him around until Pat made me stop because he was to big. I loved him with all my heart i will always miss him.

Ruth York

septiembre 25, 2020

when Ron was about 15 years old he thought he would scare his Aunts. there was me aunt sharon and our friend carol we were in the bathroom getting ready to go out to dinner. he got a flashlight and a old hat. it was raining. he got up on the gas meter outside the bathroom window he wasn't ready yet carol heard a noise she pulled back the curtain she screamed when she saw him. it scared him and he fell off the meter and landed in the mud he came running in the house scared silly we were all scared. we have laughed about this story many times through the years.

Steve Buckley

septiembre 24, 2020

Ron and I were good friends for a long time, when he was the Texaco man I was the Exxon man and we worked around each other often and got closer the more we were together. Quick with a laugh and lotsa smiles, we played softball and hung out with friends often over the years. We played some music together too. Enjoyed his friendship for years and will miss him until we meet again!
He and Karen also brought Liz into their circle of love when we met and she has always felt blessed to have known them.

Meg Litteral

septiembre 21, 2020

From the first day we met, we all fell completely in love with you. You welcomed us with open arms (and tons of laughter) into the Brewer family. When I think of cool dads and even cooler grandpas - I think of Ron Brewer. When I think of Dale Earnhardt doppelgängers- I think of Ron Brewer. When I think of HEB and the “real story of how that came to be” - I think of Ron Brewer. When I think of badass mustaches, bear hugs, telling us we were his “girls”, or always giving us a weekend to remember - I think of our grandpa, the one and only, Ron Brewer. I know you are with granny and papa now, and there is no telling what is going on up there, but I know y’all are probably watching MASH, drinking some cheap beer, and you’re telling papa “scary stories” before bed for 10 hours while Mark and Jake *try* to sleep in the next room. You will always be honored, cherished, and remembered. We love you so much. Cheek forever.

Mallory Henson

septiembre 21, 2020

Ron was such an effortlessly hilarious man, my favorite memories with him are staying up late and hearing stories he would make up. And all the funny stories of him and his sons growing up. He was such a great man, and will be missed deeply. His laugh could fill a room with smiles.

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On Monday, September 14th, 2020, Ronald Brewer was called home at the age of 66. After a long battle with health issues following a stroke, Ron passed peacefully at his home in Conroe, TX.

Ron was born on May 24th, 1954 in Tucson, Arizona to his father Virgil Brewer and mother Patsy Brewer. He married Rene Milich and had 2 sons, Mark and Jake Brewer. Ron later married Karen Brewer and together they had son Evin Brewer. Ron worked the majority of his life with Texaco until his retirement and then worked as an Independent Contractor as an OSHA Trainer. He finished his career as a Pool Service Manager for Brazos Valley Pools. Ron played tennis and was a drummer for most of his life.

Ron was an amazing son, father, and grandfather. He brought laughter and fun to everyone around him and was loved by all who knew him. He is greatly missed.

Ron is survived by his son Mark Brewer and his wife Shari Brewer and their children Megan Litteral, Mallory Castilleja, Madison Castilleja, Carter Brewer, Addison Brewer as well as their grandchildren Kinsley and Cooper, Jake Brewer and his wife Missy Brewer and their children, Lexi Brewer, Reese Brewer and Ty Brewer and son Evin Brewer and his family Brittany Hogg, Ryland Brewer, and Ashtin Holt. Ron is predeceased by his father Virgil Brewer and mother Patsy Brewer.

The family of Ron Brewer welcomes you to join them for a celebration of life at Memorial Funeral Chapel at 2901 S Texas Avenue in College Station on Saturday, September 26th, at 11 am. You may livestream the service at facebook.com/memorialbryan This is a celebration of Ron and his love for life and people. It seems everyone that knew him has fun stories to tell and believe he touched their lives in wonderful ways.

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