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Charles "Ronny" Ronald Stoudenmire

March 1, 1944August 29, 2018
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Charles Ronald “Ronny” Stoudenmire, 74 years old, of Snellville, GA, passed away on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Nelda Stoudenmire of Snellville, GA; Daughter, Jennifer Erickson (Stephen) of Gainesville; Daughter, Jessica Doster (Todd) of Monroe, GA; brothers: Perry ( Debbie) of Canton, GA and George (Donna) of Loganville, GA. Grand children, Kyle 23, Charlie 19, Luke 15, JT 11, Josie Lee 7. He is preceded in death by his parents: James H. Stoudenmire and Mamie Lee Stoudenmire, Camilla, GA; brothers: Jimmy Stoudenmire of Macon, GA and Ray Stoudenmire of Hoschton, GA. Ronny was born on March 1, 1944 in Albany, GA. He graduated from Mitchell County High School in 1962. He attended Middle Georgia College and Dekalb Junior College. Ronny retired from Georgia Power Co. after 28 years of service and continued operating his tree service company for 15 years. He was a member of First Baptist Church Snellville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The American Heart Association by mail or an online personalized donation to American Heart Association/Stroke Association P.O. Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692 www.heart.org A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018, at 11:00AM at Snellville First Baptist Church, 2400 Main Street, Snellville, GA. The family will receive friends before the service from 10:00 to 11:00 AM at the church. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Ronny’s life.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronny is survived by his wife, Nelda Stoudenmire of Snellville, GA; Daughter, Jennifer Erickson (Stephen) of Gainesville; Daughter, Jessica Doster (Todd) of Monroe, GA; brothers: Perry ( Debbie) of Canton, GA and George (Donna) of Loganville, GA. Grand children, Kyle 23, Charlie 19, Luke 15, JT 11, Josie Lee 7. He is preceded in death by his parents: James H. Stoudenmire and Mamie Lee Stoudenmire, Camilla, GA; brothers: Jimmy Stoudenmire of Macon, GA and Ray Stoudenmire of Hoschton, GA.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, September 7, 2018
REMEMBERING

Charles "Ronny" Ronald Stoudenmire

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Robert Still

September 8, 2018

To Nelda, Jennifer, Jessica, Ray, George, and Perry, my deepest sympathies to you. Always have loved your family and have many wonderful memories of those days. I am heartbroken and will forever remember my friend. Love y'all and God bless through this difficult time.
Love,
Bobby Still

Cathy and Ronnel Whitaker

September 6, 2018

Our deepest sympathy to Nelda and the family............Ronny and Nelda were the first people we met when we moved to Snellville. They were always the best of neighbors/friends. A few good memories was when we would all get together at Ronny and Neldas and Rod Jones would start telling his stories like comedian Jerry Clower. Ronny and the rest of us would laugh so hard. Ronny had the best/loudest laugh. If we needed anything, Ronny was always there to help . One day he said he wanted me to try some steak he was grilling, which I did and was telling him how good it was....Then he proceeds to tell me it was deer meat, I thought I was going to be sick. Ronny laughed and laughed. He always called us when anyone was sick or had died. I'll never forget when he called us about Ray. He loved his brothers, family and friends. We are thankful to have been a part of his life. Much love to all and God Bless,
Cathy and Ronnel Whitaker

Lenora Dunn Kirwan

September 6, 2018

Dear Jennifer & family,
My thoughts & prayers are with you all.
I was sad to hear of your father's passing. I always had fond memories of him growing up.

I'm glad his life was filled with love & friendship. He was fortunate to live a life surrounded by a wonderful family. I hope your memories give you the comfort you need during this difficult time.

With love,
-Lenora

George Stoudenmire

September 3, 2018



Janurary 16, 1989, was the greatest day of my life, I met Jesus Christ. One of my first prayers when I was saved was asking God to give me one of my brothers so together we could lead the other three to Christ. Boy did I get a lot more than I bargained for. He couldn't understand why I became so involved in church as he watched me share my testimony and faith hoping to lead others to Christ. God gave me the spiritual gift of evangelism. Everyone who is saved has a spiritual gift. As time pased, I could see that Ronny was under conviction by the Holy Spirit as he watched and talked with me most every day.
On February 4, 1992, Ronny was graciously saved. He hit the road and never looked back. Ronny shared his faith and testimony with everybody who would listen. He had such boldness, and the word embarrassment was not in his vocabulary. Together, we have led hundreds to Christ including our three brothers. God gave Ronny a double dose of the gift of evangelism. Ronny is my 'double brother', brother in Christ and brother in flesh.
He worked hard and served others all his life. Ronny loved everyone he met and shared the gospel with all.
Ronny, I love and miss you, Jimmy, and Ray so much. I look forward to the day when I see Jesus and all of you, including the people we have led to Christ. What a glorious day that will be.
Love you so much, George

George Stoudenmire

September 3, 2018



Janurary 16, 1989, was the greatest day of my life, I met Jesus Christ. One of my first prayers when I was saved was asking God to give me one of my brothers so together we could lead the other three to Christ. Boy did I get a lot more than I bargained for. He couldn't understand why I became so involved in church as he watched me share my testimony and faith hoping to lead others to Christ. God gave me the spiritual gift of evangelism. Everyone who is saved has a spiritual gift. As time pased, I could see that Ronny was under conviction by the Holy Spirit as he watched and talked with me most every day.
On February 4, 1992, Ronny was graciously saved. He hit the road and never looked back. Ronny shared his faith and testimony with everybody who would listen. He had such boldness, and the word embarrassment was not in his vocabulary. Together, we have led hundreds to Christ including our three brothers. God gave Ronny a double dose of the gift of evangelism. Ronny is my 'double brother', brother in Christ and brother in flesh.
He worked hard and served others all his life. Ronny loved everyone he met and shared the gospel with all.
Ronny, I love and miss you, Jimmy, and Ray so much. I look forward to the day when I see Jesus and all of you, including the people we have led to Christ. What a glorious day that will be.
Love you so much, George

Glancy Dunn

September 3, 2018

Sweet Jennifer,

My condolences to you and all your family.
What a blessing to read the memories shared of your father's witness of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Only the Lord can provide the comfort you need at this time and always. He supplies our every need!

My love in Jesus,
glancy Dunn
3:16



Scott Morgan

September 2, 2018

Ronny was one of my best friends. I loved him like a dad. In all my years as a pastor, I never met a man who shared the gospel more faithfully than him. He believed the Bible and he called me regularly to pray over the phone or to tell me that he just finished sharing the gospel. He loved his daughters !! He would call me and tell me regularly how great Nelda could cook. Ronny often talked about how much Nelda knew and studied her Bible. Great memories!!

Robert Askew

September 2, 2018

A brother in Christ that I loved very much.
He was a witness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as the only way to God the Father.
His word was "Do you know Christ " as your Lord and Savior.
Period.

Elizabeth Banks

August 31, 2018

Nelda & Family,
Our Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Ronnie was such a special friend to the Roderick family. Always there with a helping hand especially in times of need., many times. All of the Stoudenmire family are dear to me. May God bless all of you in your sorrow.
Much Love,
Elizabeth Banks & Family

Greg Battles

August 31, 2018

I’ll always cherish the times I shared with Ronnie, hunting deer on those cold mornings, cutting up trees with chainsaws, and sharing our faith in Christ. My sincere prayer is for God to comfort Nelda, Jennifer, Jessica, and all his loved ones.
Greg Battles

Biography

Charles Ronald “Ronny” Stoudenmire, 74 years old, of Snellville, GA, passed away on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Nelda Stoudenmire of Snellville, GA; Daughter, Jennifer Erickson (Stephen) of Gainesville; Daughter, Jessica Doster (Todd) of Monroe, GA; brothers: Perry ( Debbie) of Canton, GA and George (Donna) of Loganville, GA. Grand children, Kyle 23, Charlie 19, Luke 15, JT 11, Josie Lee 7. He is preceded in death by his parents: James H. Stoudenmire and Mamie Lee Stoudenmire, Camilla, GA; brothers: Jimmy Stoudenmire of Macon, GA and Ray Stoudenmire of Hoschton, GA.
Ronny was born on March 1, 1944 in Albany, GA.
He graduated from Mitchell County High School in 1962. He attended Middle Georgia College and Dekalb Junior College. Ronny retired from Georgia Power Co. after 28 years of service and continued operating his tree service company for 15 years. He was a member of First Baptist Church Snellville.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The American Heart Association by mail or an online personalized donation to American Heart Association/Stroke Association
P.O. Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692
www.heart.org
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018, at 11:00AM at Snellville First Baptist Church, 2400 Main Street, Snellville, GA. The family will receive friends before the service from 10:00 to 11:00 AM at the church. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Ronny’s life.