Ronald Wayne Culver Sr.

December 18, 1941July 4, 2019

A Memorial Service will be held for Ronald Wayne Culver, 77, on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Shreveport at 6 p.m.

Ronnie was a native of Shreveport for 60 years. He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 40 years and was on the board of trustees for the Post Office Credit Union in Shreveport. Ronnie was a man of faith who loved his church. He was also a caring husband, father, and grandfather. His family was important in his life. He will be missed by those who knew him.

Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents, Solon and Cora Culver; his son, Ronald "Wayne" Culver; and by his four brothers and three sisters.

Left to cherish his memory is his beloved wife, Billie Jo Culver; his son, Shane Culver and his wife, Lauren; his daughter-in-law, Tracy Culver; his grandchildren, Michelle, Ronald Wayne III, Solon, Hudson, and Lanndry; his step-son, Jack Hebert and wife, Ashley; his step-grandchildren, Austin, Hailey, and Starry; his sister, Marie Buehler; his brother, Billy Culver; and numerous nieces and nephews.


  • Solon and Cora Culver, Parents
  • Ronald "Wayne" Culver, Son
  • Billie Jo Culver, Wife
  • Shane Culver and Lauren, Son and wife
  • Tracy Culver, Daughter-in-law
  • Jack Hebert and Ashley, Step-son and wife
  • Marie Buehler, Sister
  • Billy Culver, Brother
  • Mr. Culver is also survived by his grandchildren, Michelle, Ronald Wayne III, Solon, Hudson, and Lanndry; his step-grandchildren, Austin, Hailey, and Starry; and by numerous nieces and nephews.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, July 9, 2019


Ronald Wayne Culver Sr.

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Sharon Lee Wolfe

July 9, 2019

I remember knowing Uncle Ronnie when I was growing up. He was always so nice to my family. May God bless the family at this time.

Lori Allen

July 8, 2019

Getting to know Bro. Ronnie through Emmanuel was an honor and a blessing to my family and I. He worked with the youth for many years. I will never forget the time he took to get to know my children and their special needs. He will be missed and remembered by 'The Allen family'. Prayer for comfort and strength is being lifted up for his family.

Brian Graham

July 8, 2019

Still hard to accept you are gone. I think about you at night when I am lying in bed waiting for sleep. I remember what a great mentor I had in you. You lived,by example,the Christian Life. You were a hard worker. Seemed as though you never slowed down. I never heard a harsh word spoken against you Ronnie. Anytime your name was mentioned it was in love and accolades followed. You were a good man. Though I can hear you now responding to that by saying ,it's all God. You loved people. I don't think you ever met a stranger. You served people as we are called to do by Jesus. You were full of joy and laughter. Always had a joke to tell. You loved your family, you not only wanted the best for them, you were preparing for this day months ago. I want you to know that I will be watching over Starry and Billy Jo for you. I am sure many people will be. I am certain there were many waiting to greet you as you arrived at the Father's side. I can see you running to the feet of Jesus. I can see you running to your son that you have missed for so long. I love you Ronnie. I suspect I will think of you often. I will speak of you in laughter. I will speak of you when teaching others about hard work. I will remember you as a servant to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Thank you for investing your time in me. Thank you for being my friend.

Yvonne Douglas

July 8, 2019

Ronnie was a dear friend to me and fun to be around. He also loved to work with the youth at church, always picking at some of them when he saw them. It was an honor for me to work with him in Dramas and skits. I will never forget his 'old ma' skit. Emmanuel Baptist Church was blessed to have him as a member, along with his family.
I pray that God will continue to give the family peace and comfort, to remember that God is always a prayer away. The family can be assured he in is safe and happy in the arms of Jesus.

Gary Frazier

July 7, 2019

So sad to hear about Ronnies passing. Great friend and fellow employee for over 20 years. I'm out of town at this time but prayers for all the family members. He will be missed

Wendy Godwin

July 7, 2019

I am going to miss Mr. Ronnie Every time you come to the post office he will joke with me and I would joke with him and we would always ask where Larry my husband at the other Post Office and how is he doing . I would say they were you r Granddaughter she will say she string at the table in the break roomHe was always kind and I always had stories to tell you I am going to miss you deeply Mr. Ronnie gone too Soon

Brad Darner

July 7, 2019

I have known Mr. Ronnie since 1997. I have always enjoyed the time we would share when he would come to our office. He always had a smile and a funny story. The Post Office will never be the same. We will miss him.

Catherine Davis

July 6, 2019

I worked with Mr. Ronnie years ago at the post office. He was always very nice and always had a smile on his face. Rest easy on the other side. My condolences to the family. 😓

Aundrea Persley

July 6, 2019

My condolences to you all
May God bless your family amd keep you all comforted during this time.

Pamela Jackson EDWARDS

July 6, 2019

My expression of condolences goes out to the family of Ronnie Culver. I worked with him for many years until he retired from the Meriwether Station Post Office where we formed a great working relationship. He was still currently know as ‘The Uniform Man’ where I’d see him at least once a month. I’ll truly miss Mr Ronnie’s great sense of humor. The Post Office has certainly lost a very pleasant and dedicated lifetime carrier!!!!