Ronald Springs

Ronald Springs passed away at his home in Bryan, Texas on Monday, August 1, 2016 at the age of 81, after a long battle with heart and kidney failure.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday August 20, 2016, at A&M United Methodist Church, 417 University Drive in College Station, Texas.

He leaves his wife of 35 years, Jennifer (Sonnier) Springs, his daughter, Renee’ Springs and her companion, Tim White, his daughter, Alison Springs, his sons, Ronald Springs Jr. and wife Tasha, his stepson, Nicholas Sonnier, his son, Richard Springs and his companion Stephenie Martinez, and his son, Ronald Bruston. After the death of Ronald’s sister (Carolyn Ward), he helped raised her children Robert, Adele, Peter, Larry, and Freddie Ward, (decreased). Ronald also leaves, his uncle, William Smith, his aunt, Sarah Allen,  his nephew William Springs, his grandchildren, Richard, Lisa,  Ralph, Nicole, Krystal, Kaylee, Trevor, and Londyn , his numerous great-grand children, his great-great grandchildren, his former spouse, Roberta, his former spouse, Patricia Springs (decreased),  and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Ronald was born and raised in New York, the son of Richard Carroll Springs and Pansy Smith, both parents are decreased. The brother of William Watson and Carolyn Ward both decreased.

In his early years, Ronald enlisted in the United States Air Force where he was a liquid oxygen specialist. Ronald lived in Houston, Texas for over 25 years before moving to Bryan, Texas. Ronald enjoyed life to the fullest, he loved watching old movies, cooking shows, and fishing.

The family would like to extend a huge thank you to the following;

Callaway and Jones Funeral Home

Compassionate Care Hospice

Heidi and Nicole of Texas Home Healthcare (Aides)

The VA Hospital in both Temple and Houston, Texas

CHI St. Joseph Hospital

Guardian Healthcare (Nurse Kat)

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  1. I am so sorry for the loss of such a sweet man. He was a kind person from the first time I met him. I know he is in heaven watching over his family and friends. He will be missed!

  2. My dearest Ronald, August 1, 2016 at 9:54 am, you were called home to be with our Lord. You took a huge chunk of me with you, not an hour, a minute, or second goes by that I don’t think of you. It hurts so bad.

    Thirty-five years ago, you came into my life. In many ways, you saved my life. You came into my life when I needed someone the most. Now that you are gone I have no idea how to go on. Ronnie you were the best part of me. You were and still are the love of my life, my fishing buddy, my logical thinker, a great father to all your children and their children. You will forever be my heart and soul, I love you so much.

    Ronnie if you are reading this from heaven above, you made our years together the best. Ronnie you were a wonderful man and a great husband and I thank you for your gentle and caring soul. Ronnie you were not only my husband, you were my best friend, my protector, my everything. I pray, I made you half as happy as you made me.

    I’ll always love you.


Due to the construction on S College Ave our facility is only accessible via Dellwood St. Please refer to this map for reference. Dellwood St can be accessed via Cavitt Ave and Texas Ave.

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