Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home

3321 Glynn Ave, Brunswick, GA


Ron L. Arthur

May 27, 1949November 6, 2019

Ron L Arthur, 70, died in his sleep at his home on Jekyll Island, GA, November 6, 2019.

Sergeant Arthur was a retired Georgia State Trooper after serving in Lowndes County, Monroe County, and Jekyll Island, GA.

A sportsman all of his life, he loved hunting and fishing on his land in Monroe County, GA, and from the dock of one of his homes on the St. Mary’s River. His love of recounting stories and spinning yarns from his life delighted all who heard them.

He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Linda Arthur, and his sons, Ron Arthur, Jr., and Daniel Arthur. His two grandsons, Mason and Xander, provided many laughs and hours of enjoyment for him.

A memorial service to honor his life will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, November 9, 2019, at the Jekyll Island United Methodist Church. A reception will follow so that the family can visit with his many friends and family.

The family has requested no flowers and have invited those who wish to make a memorial contribution to the Jekyll Island Fire Department or to his church, the Jekyll Island United Methodist Church.

Arrangements are entrusted into the care of Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home www.edomillerandsons.com


  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 9, 2019


Ron L. Arthur

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A J Pavliscsak

November 10, 2019

I first met 'Moose' while attending the 41st Trooper School with him. Big guy with a big heart and a big grin. Sorry to learn of his passing. May God comfort you in your time of need. 690R

Sandy Skater Gottlieb

November 10, 2019

Ron was always a friendly and kind person. I was glad to have known him. My prayers are with his family for their loss.

Connie Register

November 8, 2019

Ron had such a great sense of humor and he always made me laugh! Linda I will be praying for you and the boys as you face the difficult days ahead. Praying for peace and comfort for you all! I would have loved to attend the funeral but I have a conference tomorrow and sadly will not be able to be present.

Robert Phillips

November 8, 2019

Ron was a great friend and co-worker! There was never a dull moment around him! A plain spoken man with a big heart! God bless Linda Boone and Mack!! Love you all!

Donna Nance

November 7, 2019

Linda...so sorry to learn this. I always enjoyed Ron and his wonderful stories and laughter. Praying God will wrap you in his peace and comfort....

Beverly Aldridge

November 7, 2019

He was a good man and a great Officer. He saved me a few times backing me up in Monroe County when I would not have had back up if not for him or Arthur White. The first time I ever saw him I was a teenager just started driving he went into local store came out with a half gallon of milk and a pack of Redman he tossed the Redman on the seat turned up the half gallon of milk drank the whole thing. Then put a big fresh chew of the Redman in. I respected him. I knew when I went to work at the Sheriffs Office I had a friend for life and he had my back anytime I needed it. True friends are hard to find now a days. I am sorry for your loss may he rest in peacr and you find comfort in Gods loving arms.

Jim Waters

November 7, 2019

What a Wonderful Man/Trooper was this man. He taught me that it was ok to chew tobacco on patrol, that when you stopped a violator, all you had to do was take it out and lay it in floor of patrol car, he said the secret was keeping your patrol car clean. Heaven has gained a Big Angel. Prayers and Love for all. Jim Waters 607-R