Ronald Wayne Gearren
January 27, 1950 – November 28, 2018
Ronald “Ron” Gearren, 68, passed away at his home surrounded by his family on Wednesday, November 28, 2018.
Ron was born in Randolph County on January 27, 1950 a son of the late Lester Gearren and Thelma Rose Gearren. Ron retired after 43 years as a truck driver most recently for Marsh Furniture. He was a member of Fair Grove United Methodist Church where he served on various committees, most often on the Board Of Trustees. Ron enjoyed Saturday’s with special friends and Sunday’s with his family.
Surviving are his wife, Shela Gearren; sons, Chris Gearren and wife Nicole, Michael Gearren and wife Kelly; brother, Jimmy Gearren and wife Libby; grandchildren, Owen Gearren, Drew Gearren, Grier Gearren; mother-in-law, Jean Summit; father-in-law, Floyd Summit; sister-in-law, Donna Price; and an uncle, several aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.
A celebration of Ron’s life will be held 3:00 pm Saturday, December 8, 2018 at Thomasville Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Nathan Snyder officiating. The family will receive friends from 2:00 – 3:00 pm prior to the service.
Memorials may be made to Fair Grove United Methodist Church or to Hospice Of Davidson County. Online condolences may be offered at www.thomasvillefh.com
- Receive Friends Saturday, December 8, 2018
- Celebration of Life Service Saturday, December 8, 2018
Ronald Wayne Gearren
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December 8, 2018
Bonnie and I always considered Ron to be a great friend. We are terribly saddened at his loss. We shot with Ron often, and frequently had dinner with Ron and Shela afterward. We will miss him. Rest in peace, Ron. You have earned it.
Sam & Bonnie Young
Frank Davidson Jr
December 1, 2018
Al though I had not known Ron but a few years, I all ways liked him and thought of him as an upright person.
I will remember the family in prayer and pray for the "peace that passes all understanding".
November 30, 2018
I shot with and against Ron for years at PHA. He was always a great sportsmen win or lose. It's a real tragedy that Ron never got to enjoy the retirement he worked so hard for. RIP Ron... you will be missed and long remembered my friend.