OBITUARY

Laura Marion Ransier

December 28, 1923July 3, 2019

Laura Marion Ransier was born to Marion and Laura Gilbert on December 28, 1923 in Lincoln, California, Laura was the oldest of three children. She married Wallace Ransier on August 6, 1949, and Laura Marion Ransier passed away on July 3, 2019. She was 95.

She is survived by her two children, Loren Ransier and his wife Maggie and Sharon Hart and her husband Dennis, and her three grandchildren.

Services

  • Graveside Service Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Memories

Laura Marion Ransier

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Liz Dodds

July 8, 2019

Laura Ransier was a very capable and energetic woman. She set a positive example for her daughter and granddaughters! The photos you have posted are just priceless- showing the people and eras. Laura lived through a lot of changes in her lifetime!

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Laura Marion Ransier
1923 - 2019

Born to Marion and Laura Gilbert on December 28, 1923 in Lincoln, California, Laura was the oldest of three children. She married Wallace Ransier on August 6, 1949, and Laura Marion Ransier passed away on July 3, 2019 just a few months after her husband. She was 95. She is survived by her two children, Loren Ransier and his wife Maggie and Sharon Hart and her husband Dennis, and her three grandchildren.

Laura graduated from Castlemont High School in Oakland, CA. and the University of La Verne in Southern California. She received her master’s degree from Fresno Pacific University. She was an elementary school teacher in Fresno County for more than 30 years at Raisin City Elementary School and Orange Center Elementary School. Wallace and Laura lived and farmed in both Easton and Clovis.

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Sharon Hart

July 8, 2019

Marci Horton

July 7, 2019

I took care of Laura & Wally Ransier for two years in their home when I worked for A-Plus In Home Care.

I have continued to visit them both while living at Orchard Park Assisted Living Facility.
I continued to visit Laura after Wally passed away in October of 2018. She always looked
forward to my visits. I also looked forward to seeing her as I always left her place changed.

Laura and Wally have been a wonderful example to me as to what it means to be really be in love, they shared a love like no couple I know has ever shared. They have inspired me spiritually, physically, and emotionally. They were the most positive and joy filled people I knew. They were always so happy and so thankful for all they had, each other, their family,
their church friends they hardly ever complained about their health, they just were so pleasant to be around and so thankful to God, their family, and friends. Wally has been missed these last 9 months and Laura will be missed now too. I am so thankful for the time I had to share with them they have taught me many things and taught me to be more thankful for what I have, and to enjoy the little treasures in life instead of complaining about my circumstances and things that are out of my control. Their faith and their hope were the strongest I've ever seen and experienced. I will miss Laura greatly. I will never forget Laura and Wally Ransier they have impacted my life forever. R.I.P. my friends. May God Bless and Comfort their family in this difficult time.


FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY