OBITUARY

Ronald Mark Wolfe

October 14, 1951October 9, 2020
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Ronald Mark Wolfe passed away on Friday October 9, 2020 with his loved ones surrounding him. He was born on October 14, 1951 in Clarksburg, West Virginia to Reverend Raymond Paul Wolfe and Beuna Viola Cox. Ron graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Psychology and had a successful career in Sales for Parks Printing Company. He grew up in a loving Christian home and carried those values with him throughout his life. His sense of fairness and love for his fellow man were his guiding principles in life. Few people have ever adored their family as much as Ron loved his. Among his favorite things in life were spending time with and boasting about his grandkids. Ron was a member of Second Baptist Church. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Reverend Raymond & Beuna Wolfe; and older brother, Reverend Raymond P. Wolfe II. He is survived by his wife Brenda; sons, Brian (Shelly) Wolfe and Jeff (Julie) Wolfe of Lubbock; brother, Reverend Timothy Wolfe (Judy) of Savannah GA; sister, Nodji Riley of Lubbock; and six grandchildren: Brennan, Brady, Camryn, Sydney, Alli & Carsyn, all of Lubbock. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at Resthaven Funeral Home. Celebration of Life will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, October 22, 2020 at Second Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Ron’s favorite charity, The American Heart Association to whom he donated countless hours in volunteer service.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mark Wolfe
  • Curtis Wolfe
  • Luke Ford
  • Dillon Ford
  • Zach Ford
  • Chris Bell

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 21, 2020

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, October 22, 2020

  • Interment

    Thursday, October 22, 2020

Memories

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Steve Hester

October 22, 2020

My ears twitched and a smile crossed my face when I would hear Ron's greeting to Caprock's employees as he entered our office. Ron had a gift for making people feel good inside, and he always had time to share a story or thought. I like to think Ron was doing the work of discipleship just as Jesus tells us in the Great Commission. So long good friend. We will miss you.

brad thomas

October 18, 2020

Coach Ron was a great man. He was like a second dad to many of us soccer boys! Always the fierce competitor, and always pushing us to be better. We loved to play for him. He just had an exciting and motivating personality that brought the best out in us. Most the guys will remember, there was one particular soccer defensive coaching play he had, which truly led us to many championships! He called it "Blue"! I don't think I'll ever forget his voice calling that play out as loud as he could! It was top-secret so I better not explain, but If you know, you know!
Ron's friendship did not stop on the soccer field. He was there for me through most my youth and on into college. Ron even helped throw my bachelor party (I'm certain God is having a little talk with him about that, lol!!) Ron was always so helpful to me. He was extremely understanding and full of good advice whenever we needed it. He was a role model of how to love family and friends unconditionally, and also to work hard but play harder! He leaves a legacy of love that will press on through his beautiful family. you will be missed Coach!

Luke Martin

October 17, 2020

I think I knew Ron if this is the Ron that worked at Lubbock State School back in the 70's. He was a real good guy-I was a pharmacist out there then and we would talk a lot about baseball which he was very informed. Wish I would have known where he was later on. He would have been a good friend. So glad that he is a Christian. Luke Martin

Jerry Thomas

October 14, 2020

I will surely miss Ron as I appreciate the wonderful friendship he and I had raising 4 boys and being a second "dad" to the other 14 or so boys on our team while we shared coaching responsibilities. Looking back, I cannot imagine 2 "head coaches" with different styles getting along so well and having so much fun! Some days Ron would be late for practice because he would pick up at least 3 other boys and sometimes go to other cities to pick up 2 more! Ron's dedication was incredible to the team but was much greater to seeing that the boys grew into strong men. What a crown he will receive for doing what came natural to him.

Jack and Kathy Whitley

October 13, 2020

Ron and Brenda graciously hosted our family at numerous 4th of July events. Our grown kids and grandkids (daughter and family from AL) loved the fun everyone shared @ the pool and later watching fireworks. We moved to Lubbock in 2012 and were totally blown away how Lubbock city and neighborhoods celebrate the 4th. They also shared their home for numerous birthday parties and baby showers. Ron was truly a gentleman full of kindness and compassion for others. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to the Wolfe Family.

Jack Whitley Family and daughter Jennifer Dasinger and Family

Judi Jolmes

October 12, 2020

Ron was such a caring individual who put his care into action. He was our son’s soccer coach for several seasons. He provided some of the building blocks that help build character in our young children. I also worked with Ron and he was always calm, self assured, and mild mannered. He had a smile on his face and a warm greeting for everyone. He is an angel now and will be missed by all who knew him💔😇

Jenni Lemons

October 12, 2020

Ron was such a caring man. He was always so nice. Such a great guy. So sorry for your loss.

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