Ronald Winston Geurin
October 16, 1934 – February 3, 2020
Ron was born in Wagoner, OK to H. B. and Ethel Geurin. He graduated from Wagoner H.S. and then attended Okla State A & M briefly before marrying and moving to Oklahoma City. He finished his education by earning a Master’s of Arts in Ministry when he was 73 years old. Ron and his wife of 57 years, Pat (Lancaster) Geurin, traveled the world with their son / travel agent David Geurin. He was well known for his antique trucks and tractors and his storytelling. Ron was very proud to own Crawford-Phillips Insurance in the OKC Stockyards. But his greatest passion was in helping the oppressed and downtrodden. He believed it was the duty of the fortunate to help those who are marginalized. He is met in heaven by Pat, his parents and seven siblings. His memory shall be cherished by Myrna Camp, sister; David Geurin and Esteban Aviles, son and son-in-law; Terri (Geurin) Ferrell and David Ferrell, daughter and son-in-law; Lauren Geurin-Hubbard, granddaughter; as well as a host of friends and family. Services to be held at Sunny Lane Funeral Home Saturday Feb 8th at 10:00am.
- Visitation Friday, February 7, 2020
- Funeral Service Saturday, February 8, 2020
Ronald Winston Geurin
February 7, 2020
Ron, You and Pat were a great stability force in my life and in Lauren's. You were a mentor and a father to me. I will always remember your kind helping hand. A thank you is not enough to express my gratitude for all you did for me and Lauren. You were there when no one else was. I remember the calculator watch you gave me before I went to Haiti and the visits we shared in Haiti together, the smoked sausage, the 100s of pounds of dried eggs, and the airplane tickets you bought David and I to escape the island when the government fell. I owe you my life. Your influence on my life will be with me always. Love Jill
February 5, 2020
David, Terri and families,
Brian and I were so sad to hear of Ron's passing. I was just recently thinking of your family and wondering how he was doing. In my mind, I see him with that hat, big smile and Pepper in his arms 😊 He was always pleasant, jovial, full of life - and quite dapper! That's the way to be! We will miss him! But happy for the reunion he's having now! Love you all and praying for you.