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Ronnie Winfred Sansing
July 23, 1943 ~ February 9, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Ronnie Winfred Sansing, 79, of Cooper, Texas passed away Thursday February 9, 2023.
Funeral Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday February 12, 2023, at Delta Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Stacey Smith will officiate, with interment to follow at Oaklawn cemetery. Family will receive friends and family one hour prior to service from 1-2 p.m.
Serving as Pallbearers will be Anthony Roberts, Freddy Roberts, Marshall Roberts, Steve Sansing, David M. Hurt, Bobby Thomas, Terry Sansing, and Joe Iglehart.
Ronnie was born in Commerce, Texas July 23, 1943, to Winfred and Eula (Presley) Sansing. They preceded him in death.
Ronnie retired from Rockwell and was a life long farmer in Delta County.
Survivors include his wife of 61 years Marva Sansing of Cooper, Texas, daughter Pam Gidney and husband Ron, son Daniel Sansing and wife Sonja of Sharonville, Ohio, four grandchildren Kyla Andrus, Nurani Andrus, Iain Sansing, Maura Sansing, sister Ann Hurt and husband David of Belton, Texas
Ronnie Sansing was often a "man of few words." However, what he may have conceded in quantity he quickly made up for with timing and sarcasm. He loved his wife, his children, and his friends deeply, and he was always there when needed. He showed up and did his best to make the most of whatever situation presented itself. He did his best to overlook the shortcomings of others (though, in his view, everyone else was always wrong -- those close to him know how true this is), but he was also willing to listen to what others thought, and might even try to change his point of view. He meant more to a lot of people than he could ever know, and made the world a better place by being in it.
Online condolences may be made at www.deltafuneralhome.com