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Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX

OBITUARY

Ronald Lee Kinsell, Jr.

November 2, 1981November 22, 2019
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Ron Kinsell, Jr. always lived life to the fullest in his 38 years on Earth. After being diagnosed with cancer, Ron chose to celebrate his life versus focusing on his diagnosis. As such, he was completely at peace with being "called home" on Friday, November 22, 2019. His unforgettable memory will forever remain in the hearts of everyone who crossed his path.

In addition to being a dedicated and loving Uncle, Ron was also extremely passionate about boating, the Texas Longhorns, Dobermans, traveling and enjoying good food.

Ron is survived by his father, Ron Kinsell, Sr. and wife Jill; his brother Josh and wife Pamela; his beloved nephew Harvey and niece Clara; his sisters Katie Lehenbauer, Ricki Babin, and Paige Babin.

A visitation will be held between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, Texas. Immediately following, a "Celebration of Life" will be held at 2:00 p.m.; interment to follow.

While hearts are heavy with Ron's earthly departure, he would want everyone to rejoice in knowing that he has run his race and fought the good fight. Now he is surely present with the Lord, healed and whole, rejoicing in the glories of Heaven with his Mom, Kimberly Hinzmann, and beloved dogs Tex and Knox.

  • FAMILY

  • Ron is survived by his father, Ron Kinsell, Sr. and wife Jill; his brother Josh and wife Pamela; his beloved nephew Harvey and niece Clara; his sisters Katie Lehenbauer, Ricki Babin, and Paige Babin.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Josh Berry
  • Izzy Salazar
  • Mark Sanford
  • Rich Pug
  • Tristan Blackett

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, November 27, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 27, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Memories

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Elena Fazio

November 27, 2019

We will have fond memories of Ron’s visits with us in Dallas, London, Katy and San Jose for birthdays and holidays. He brought joy to his nephew and niece.

Erika Drew

November 27, 2019

Dear Ron, I will miss you dearly. From the moment I met you I knew you were special. You always had my back, and always cared for all of your friends. I will deeply miss you. Your voice, you laugh, your advice on life. RIP Brother. Love you so much.

Until we meet again.
Tell my Dad/Tex I said hi.

- Erika Drew

Taylor Kennedy

November 27, 2019

I bet Tex and Knox were so excited to see you. I’m sure you’re up there playing with a deflated soccer ball right now. I hope you get a good view of all the Texas games you want, and I bet you’re going to visit Harvey often. I hope you’re still getting to take long drives in your favorite cars, going to your favorite restaurants.
The sunset at The Oasis will never be the same without you. I hope you’re there with me anytime I go. I hope you know how loved you are. God got one special angel when he called on you. I’m happy you’re home, I bet you were happy to see your mom.

Brooke DeMartino

November 26, 2019

I am going to miss Ron so much! He really cared about his friends and was loyal. He made sure we stayed in touch since 6th grade and every time I would come back home to Austin, we would go out. He was so full of life and fun. I love how the water made him so happy. I will cherish all of our memories from childhood to adult. I still can’t believe he’s gone, it doesn’t seem real. I love you Ron, always and forever. ~Brookey

Izzy Salazar

November 26, 2019

One of my many memories with Ron is the time we flew to Florida to pick up my doberman (Rooster). Ron had promised me the first puppy from his beloved doberman Texas and he kept his word as he always did. If you knew Ron you knew Texas,he loved his dog very much and wanted me to have my very own version of Texas. Ron is the most generous person I have ever met in my life. Even though im only a few months older he felt like my big brother. I miss you homie and will never forget the short time we had together.
Love you
Izzy

JILL KINSELL

November 26, 2019

RON JR WAS A LOVING STEPSON AND FRIEND. I AM GOING TO MISS HIS SUPRISE VISITS TO FLORIDA TREMENDOUSLY! HIS SMILE WOULD BRIGHTEN THE ROOM. MAY HE REST IN PEACE. GOD BLESS HIM, HIS DAD AND BROTHERS AND SISTERS. I AM SURE HIS MOM WELCOMED HIM WITH OPEN ARMS.

Josh Berry

November 25, 2019

We have some many memories and stories I could ramble on for days but the thing I am going to miss the most is your smile. So many great things and adventures we had only to end to soon but I think god I was able to spend your final moment’s with you that we got to go on the last ride to the house jam some music 🎼
I will always cherish our friendship. Till next time we ride I love you buddy.

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Biography

Ron Kinsell, Jr. always lived life to the fullest in his 38 years on Earth. After being diagnosed with cancer, Ron chose to celebrate his life versus focusing on his diagnosis. As such, he was completely at peace with being "called home" on Friday, November 22, 2019. His unforgettable memory will forever remain in the hearts of everyone who crossed his path.

In addition to being a dedicated and loving Uncle, Ron was also extremely passionate about boating, the Texas Longhorns, Dobermans, traveling and enjoying good food.

Ron is survived by his father, Ron Kinsell, Sr. and wife Jill; his brother Josh and wife Pamela; his beloved nephew Harvey and niece Clara; his sisters Katie Lehenbauer, Ricki Babin, and Paige Babin.

A visitation will be held between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, Texas. Immediately following, a "Celebration of Life" will be held at 2:00 p.m.; interment to follow.

While hearts are heavy with Ron's earthly departure, he would want everyone to rejoice in knowing that he has run his race and fought the good fight. Now he is surely present with the Lord, healed and whole, rejoicing in the glories of Heaven with his Mom, Kimberly Hinzmann, and beloved dogs Tex and Knox.