Ron Arnene Dunn

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September 22, 1968 ~ November 5, 2022

Born in: Hearne, Texas
Resided in: Hearne, Texas

Ron Arnene Dunn, 54, passed away on November 5,2022 while at work in Houston, Texas. A visitation will be held on Friday, November 10, 2022 from 5pm – 8pm at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Bryan.

Ron was born on September 22, 1968 in Hearne, Texas to William Henry Dunn Sr. and Erma Jean Dunn (Fields).  After high school, Ron enlisted and served proudly in the US Navy.  He worked as a prison guard for the Texas Department of Corrections and as a Machine Operator for the Union Pacific Railroad. He was proud to be a member of the Jehovah’s Witness and enjoyed many hobbies. He loved spending time working in his yard, keeping the garden and trees beautiful, riding his tractor, working on cars, and raising his chickens, donkeys, and ducks. He was very proud of his John Deere tractor.

Ron was preceded in death by his father and mother, William Henry Dunn Sr. and Erma Jean Dunn; his brother, William Henry Dunn Jr.; and two sisters, Lee Anne Taylor and Sheila Dunn.

He is survived by his daughters, Rontavia Martell Dunn and Krystal Monique Dunn; sisters, Debra Denise Wells (Sammy), Louisa Dunn, Sheryl Carter, Veronica Murphy (David) and Rona Caldwell; brothers, Terry Dunn and James Dunn; stepdaughters, Shania Kelly and Pracious Ross; grandchildren, Edward Lister III, Nevaeh Lister, Trevion Auston and Alani Edwards. Arrangements entrusted to Callaway-Jones Funeral Home. Express condolences at


Visitation: November 11, 2022 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Room: Bluebonnet Chapel

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


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  1. I send my sincere condolences to the family; we will be praying with you that God will give you comfort and strength during your time of Bereavement.

  2. To The Dunn Family: In this sorrowful time, sending thoughts of comfort and hope that you find strength to get through the difficult days ahead.

    Tina Eddington & Family

  3. Condolences and heart felt sympathy to my family!!! Love all of y’all!!! Ron thank you for being one of the best cousin’s in the world!!! I love you and will forever miss you!!! Sending love and prayers for West Texas…..
    Love ALWAYS,

  4. To the family of our fallen brother Mr. Ron Dunn, are heart goes out to each of you. May God comfort you during this time of your lives.

  5. Sending my condolences to the family,waiting for the day when death will be a thing of the past,a4nd we can live on this earth forever Debbie Detroit MI

  6. My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family of Ron Dunn. I remember Ron from high school (and afterwards) and he was always a very good and cool dude. Rest in peace brotha.

  7. Ron you will be missed my brother i will alway appreciate the advice you have and those wonderful chicken egg from your house. The seasoning for egg trades.. You were a great example of how to love your girl and family. To the family. .

  8. Ron I could write a book about you and what you mean to me, but you already know. I will cherish all our memories, heaven truly has been blessed with an angel. Rest in Paradise cousin I will see you again, your story is not over. Sending my deepest condolences to my family, love you all so much. Cousins are extended siblings.

  9. Ron, I don’t even know where to start. But, thank you cousin for always reaching out to me. I thank you for always being the same. I thank you for always loving your family without blinking an eye. I was looking forward to coming and hanging out with you at with you and the rest of the family. You truly was a beautiful soul and I will miss you immensely. So rest well my cousin, until we meet again ❤️

  10. My sincere prayers and condolences to the family. Ron will be sorely missed. Thank you for always treating me like family. From my family to yours: WE LOVE YOU ALL. God called an amazing man home, Ron was one of a kind. May you find peace and comfort from all the memories he left behind.

  11. Sending our Condolences to the family. Ron you were a good friend to all of us. You always had kind words to say never anything bad. Nomore pain, Nomore sorrow, you are free

  12. I am so sorry for your loss,Sheryl ,Louisa and the family you have my deepest heartfelt condolences Ron was a wonderful person who spoke so well,he really loved his family.may God bless you all during this difficult time.

  13. My condolences to his family. Although I didn’t know him, I knew his older siblings. Our grandmothers were sisters and his Dad and my Mother were first cousins Everyone has told me what a really nice man he was. May his life leave you with sweet memories.

  14. My condolences to the family of Bro Ron Dunn. My husband Thurmond Hollins and Ron had a spiritual brother hood that start when he would make every effort to get to the Kingdom Hall in Temple. They befriended each other and only death temporarily put their bond on hold. When he heard of Thurmond’s suffering for survival of COVID 19 he ran to the hospital unable to see him. He came to the house in the rain to comfort us. We loss Thurmond 8/24/21 but we’re confident that the two will be resurrected so Ron can show Thurmond how to farm. John 5:28,29. Family please Visit for comfort due to his tragic loss of a warm and caring soul.

  15. I live in Sweden and Ron and I were good friends. I´m a Jehovah´s witness too and I know I will meet him paradise.

  16. I live in Sweden and Ron and I were good friends. I´m a Jehovah´s witness too and I will meet Ron when this world is paradise.

  17. Hello I met Ron on Instagram and we also became good friends I am from Washington and worked for the same company that he worked for and I am one of Jehovah’s Witnesses I will see him in paradise.

  18. My good buddy from the early 80’s. We used to hang out alot. The odd couple. White guy listening to rock and roll and black guy listening to rap. It was fun times. Very sad to see him pass on to heaven but I’ll see him one day on the other side.

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