OBITUARY

Ronnie Tillman Castleberry

January 11, 1947August 28, 2018
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Ronnie Tillman Castleberry passed peacefully from this life at 1:43 a.m. On August 28, 2018, at the age of 71, with his children by his side. Ronnie was born on January 11, 1947 in Fairhope, Alabama to Johnny Tillman Castleberry and Flora Bell Colbert. He was married to the love of his life, Martha Jane Castleberry, and together they raised three children. He was a long haul truck driver for many years. Ronnie will be remembered for his generosity, being exceptionally stubborn, the pride he took in his "Elvis" hair, being a big flirt, the way his green eyes lit up when his grandchildren were around, his love for food, wrestling, Little Debbie's and 18 wheelers. Ronnie is survived by his children, Shannon Brewer and husband Bobby; Ronnie Castleberry Jr. and wife Rachelle; and Joanna Castleberry. Grandchildren, Taelor; Austen; Dakota; Micaela; McKinsey; Gage; Eli; Emily; Katie; Hanna, and Hunter. Great grandchildren, Preslee and Brystol Kayte Brewer. Sisters Juanita Trotter and Linda Love. Brother Tommy Castleberry. Ronnie is preceded in death by his wife Martha Castleberry; father Johnny Castleberry; precious mother Flora Castleberry; granddaughter Savannah Castleberry; sisters Connie Thomas; Viola McWilliams; Jean Heidelberg; Shirley Pierce; infant sister Joanna Castleberry; and brother Johnny Ray Castleberry. A celebration for the life of Ronnie will be held Saturday, September 1, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. At Anderson-Clayton Funeral Home in Terrell, Texas with interment to follow at College Mound Cemetery. Visitation will be held one hour prior to funeral service. "we love you Dad, and will miss your twinkling eyes and gummy smile!

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, September 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 1, 2018
  • Committal Service Saturday, September 1, 2018
REMEMBERING

Ronnie Tillman Castleberry

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Donna Russell

August 30, 2018

Omg so many to share!!! But I'll start off by saying he would always hang out at my house with my dad Barney Trotter. They both Loved the drink, and together the Laughs would never stop. He went on many many long haul vacations with us to Vegas, and Florida. Me and my family stayed with uncle Ronnie and aunt Martha many times. Never a dull moment. He loved to flirt, drink, shoot pool, and his wrestling.. he would go with, Norman and me and Mary to the beef house in Garland. Wow Uncle Ronnie you will be missed.. RIP sweet Uncle. Until we meet again, give all our Love ones hugs.. walk with Jesus, aunt Martha, and our family.

Louise Castleberry

August 29, 2018

Shannon I remember the times your Dad and Family came down to our place for reunions and get togethers we all had so much fun. It was so good to see the family's together and all the brothers and sisters. Now most of them will be together again, feeling the like a family again. Shannon Love you, know that he is pain free, and Happy again with his family, I know he will be missed so much!

Louise

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