Ronald Gene Lawson Jr.

23 février 195423 novembre 2020

Ronald Gene Lawson Jr., age 66, of Archdale, North Carolina passed away on Monday, November 23, 2020. Ronald was born February 23, 1954 in Kansas City, Missouri to Geraldine Leach Lawson and Ronald Gene Lawson Sr.

Ronald is survived by his wife, Marlene Miller Lawson; father, Ronald Gene Lawson Sr; sons, Joshua I. Lawson and Denny Gene Lawson; brother, Fred Lawson; sisters, Kathy Wagers, Valerie McKee, Mandy Aurthur and Lynn Jones.

Ronald was preceded in death by mother Geraldine Leach Lawson; brother Tim Lawson.

No services for Ronald are scheduled at this time.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.AdvantageArchdale.com for the Lawson family.


  • Ronald Gene Lawson Sr, Father
  • Geraldine Leach Lawson, Mother (deceased)
  • Tim Lawson, Brother (deceased)
  • Marlene Miller Lawson, Wife
  • Fred Lawson, Brother
  • Kathy Wagers, Sister
  • Valerie McKee, Sister
  • Mandy Aurthur, Sister
  • Lynn Jones, Sister


Ronald Gene Lawson Jr.


Rhondia Hammons

15 décembre , 2020

Ron my friend you will be deeply missed. I will never forget your sense of humor. You could always make anyone laugh or smile. I know you made Marlena so happy. Praying for all of his family in their grief. God will comfort you just believe that. Catch a big one up there.

Dean Wilt

7 décembre , 2020

Ron and I met in 2018 but we knew each other quite longer. We were in North Carolina at our sons home and met Ron and Marlena at The Moose Lodge at Piedmont, NC. Ron was always the prankster, but had a heart of gold. He'll be sadly missed. R.I.P. my dear friend.

Billy Jones

2 décembre , 2020

Ron was a very kind man and always had a fishing story to share and most of the time pictures with the story. He was always able to uplift someone just by talking to them and sharing a visit. It was always a pleasure to be around him and just talk to him about anything!! He will truly be missed by me and we are blessed by knowing him!! Reel that big one in!!

Lillie Jarmon

1 décembre , 2020

I met Mr. Lawson from Lowes Foods and he was an amazing person and a good soul. Always so kind and funny man. When I see him; he always said, "Hi trouble" and I would say "hi meanness" and we laugh. He always talks about going fishing and hunting. I'm not keyed on the hunting part; but the fishing he would share a picture of fish that he caught. I was upset to hear about his passing just thought about him on Thanksgiving. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this difficult time. Rest in Peace my good friend!

Cheryl Smith

28 novembre , 2020

So sorry for your loss. Ron was a very kind and good man. He will be missed.

Brenda Kelly

28 novembre , 2020

Marlene & family - I am so sorry for your loss. I was saddened to hear of his passing. I always enjoyed Ron's wonderful and quircky sense of humor. He was a ray of sunshine in everyone's day. Please know that you are and will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Bill and Pearl Smith

27 novembre , 2020

You were a great neighbor and best of all, a true friend. We will sure miss your great sense of humor and the fishing stories.
Rest in peace, my friend! You will be missed and thought of a lot.

MSgt Steven G Miller Jr, USAF, Retired

26 novembre , 2020

Ron, even though you were a Navy guy, you were alright in my book. Your heart was always in the right place. Thank you for giving my aunt something she never had, her best friend. Rest in peace buddy.

Jean Stinson

25 novembre , 2020

Ron I will miss your jokes and you picking on me.You were my friend and I love you my buddy. May you rest in peace. I will miss you my friend.

Joshua Lawson

25 novembre , 2020

It really hurts to hear that you are gone Dad. I just wish I could tell you that I love you one last time. I'm sorry I never got the opportunity to make you proud of me. I'm sorry for not being the son I could have been. Rest in Peace Dad. I wish I was listed on your obituary but maybe that's the way you wanted it.