Ronald Lynn Mifflin
September 16, 1952 – April 16, 2020
Ronald Lynn Mifflin, 67, of Moss Bluff, Louisiana passed away on Thursday, April 16, 2020. Ronald was born on September 16, 1952 in Rosepine, Louisiana to Lee Eugene Mifflin and Alene Carroll Mifflin.
Ronald was a native of Rosepine, LA, but was a resident of Moss Bluff, LA for years. He really enjoyed music and having a good time with his friends and family.
Ronald is preceded in death by his parents, Lee and Alene Mifflin and sister, Patricia Ross.
Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Susan Mifflin of Moss Bluff, LA; one son, Eric Mifflin of Outer Banks, NC; two daughters, Nicole Kibler and husband Jeffrey of Moss Bluff, LA and Elizabeth Czernikow of Alexandria, VA; brother, James Douglas Mifflin of Many, LA and four granddaughters.
Cremation has been entrusted to Hixson Funeral Home. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com.
- Those left to cherish his memory are his wife, Susan Mifflin of Moss Bluff, LA; one son, Eric Mifflin of Outer Banks, NC; two daughters, Nicole Kibler and husband Jeffrey of Moss Bluff, LA and Elizabeth Czernikow of Alexandria, VA; brother, James Douglas Mifflin of Many, LA and four granddaughters.
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Ronald Lynn Mifflin
April 19, 2020
There is a memory that has always come back to me whenever I think of my little brother. Playing with toy cars in the dirt under a tung oil tree in our yard in Bush, LA in the late 1950's. Ron had such a loving heart and a zest for life that was amazing. He was a "good time Charlie' and that is for sure. Always the life of the party, he had a personality that was amazingly magnetic. He also had a great love for his family and his friends. I always regretted that, for most of our adult life, we lived far apart. I would have liked to have been around him more. I will miss him very much but I am thankful that he is no longer ill and now in the loving arms of the Lord.
April 18, 2020
Ron they definitely broke the mold after creating you. You were one of a kind. I feel blessed to have known you. Lots of fun times, good memories & your stories... Let's just say it was always an adventure with you, Ron. An adventure that to this day always brings a smile to my face & laughter to my heart. Thank you my friend. You will be missed but never forgotten. 💕
My condolences to the family.
April 17, 2020
Ron was one in a million his kind heart and adventitious spirit gave life to any where he was I am grateful I had the chance to get to know him ❤️❤️😢
April 17, 2020
Don't know where to start. First is my deepest sorrow over Ron's passing is extended to the whole family. Ron was one of a kind to say the least. I met him when he came to work at Dixieland Decorators, his first day was unique to say the least but that is another story. I am a couple years younger than him but we because fast friends. I helped him to learn how to paint and he taught me how to live life with a gusto I could never match. So many, many times good, bad and great. From meeting Sue to the birth of his children . Haven't seen him in a while but think about him every day and will continue to do so. Love you Brother! Hope to get to see you again in the Moose Lodge in the sky.