Mr. Ronald C. Coalson

  • Born: July 10, 1949
  • Died: November 4, 2012
  • Location: Fort Worth, Texas

Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park

5725 Colleyville Blvd
Colleyville, TX 76034

bluebonnethills@stei.com
Tel. (817) 498-5894

Tribute & Message From The Family


-- Ronald C. Coalson, 63, passed away Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in Fort Worth.
Service: 3 p.m. Friday in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Chapel. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home.
Ron was born July 10, 1949, in Detroit, Mich. He served in the U.S. Army, during which he served a tour of duty in Vietnam. Ron was a Detroit, Mich., police officer for 10 years.
Ron started his own airline repair company, later, selling it and becoming a mechanic working for various airlines. He was a friend to all who were privileged to meet him. Ron was always ready with a joke to brighten your day. He loved golf and his girls, "Hailey and Hanna."
He was preceded in death by a son, Jason Coalson.
Survivors: Wife, Linda Coalson; stepdaughter, Nicole Janes and husband, Larry, and son, Dylan; stepson, Jason Shannon and wife, Sonya, and children, Tristian, Gabrielle and Alex; daughters, Laura Coalson and Deborah Coalson; son, Jeffery Coalson; brother, Glen Coalson and wife, Pat, and children, Glen and Karen; sisters, Frances Prather and children, Dortha, Mark and Dennis, and Elizabeth Greenfield and husband, Raleigh.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

My deepest condolences to the Coalson family. My prayers are with each of you during your time of grieving. During Ron's time with ABX Air, he was a very loyal and faithful person with excellent values. He will be missed.

Posted by John Castro - & ABX Air Inc. - Austin, TX - Aviation   November 09, 2012

We have lost a wonderful person and I lost a very fine friend.Ron was a believer and God has one of the best.I'll miss him .Don Walsh

Posted by Don Walsh - N.Richland Hills, TX - Friend,co-worker   November 09, 2012

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Ron, you were a bright light in tthe day of all who knew you. You left a void in this world that can nevver be filled. You were the light and love of Linda's world. Don'knoww what she will do without you.My thoughts and prayers go out to all your friends and family at this time.Linda,I am with you in my thoughts,prayers,spirit and in my heart. Love you, Dianna

Posted by Dianna smitth - Houston, TX - Friend   November 09, 2012

Let us take a moment to celebrate a life of a man who was kind, loving and had a sense of humor that could light up the darkest of days. I know he always lit up mine, and it was a privilege and an honor to have known Ron. Thank you Ron you will be truly missed as you were loved by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by Enrique - Phoenix, AZ   November 09, 2012

My prayers go out to the entire Coalson family. I only knew Ron for five years and he was always a great guy,one I was glad to have met.

Posted by kenzie hatton - waxahachie, TX - co-worker   November 08, 2012

My deepest sympathy goes to Ronnie's wife, Linda and to all his many friends and family. I regret that I am unable to be there to bid farewell to a dear cousin and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad sad time. Sincerely

Posted by Brenda Coalson Adler - Sun City, AZ - Cousin   November 08, 2012

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Ron was the type of guy that could make you look forward to coming into work just because you knew he was going to be there. You knew there was going to be a joke and a friendly smile waiting for you. Ron was always easy-going and very approachable, we could talk about anything. One day we even discussed death...I asked him what he would like to hear everyone saying about him when he passes.. Ron's answer..."LOOK! HE'S MOVING!"
U will truly be missed my friend!!

Posted by Kingsley Brown - Arlington, TX - co-worker   November 08, 2012

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Ron was a wonderful guy. He was always friendly and smiling. If we needed help with something, he was always willing to assist. Enjoyed his jokes and cheerful nature. He will be truly missed!

Posted by Lori Larsen - Grapevine, TX - Co-worker   November 07, 2012

ron you are the man bro you'll be miss at work. sure going to miss you jokes buddy. rest in peace buddy

Posted by alfred neil joven - irving, TX - co worker us airways   November 07, 2012


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Ronnie was a very special first cousin and friend. We grew up together with my brother, Larry Coalson, and Ronnie's brother Glen and sisters Frances and Elizabeth. Ronnie was so much fun, he could turn the most dull situation into a good time! He was there for me during weddings and funerals and fun times in Laughlin, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Detroit. He was always ready with a joke and a laugh. I love Ronnie so much and it breaks my heart that this good guy has been taken away. Go with God Ronnie and may Heaven open its doors wide open for you!