Ronny Windsor

Obituary of Ronny Dale Windsor

Memorial services for Ronney Dale Windsor, 63, of Lovington, NM will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 10:00 am at New Beginnings Church with David Villar officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Kirby-Ratliff Funeral Home. Ronney was born in Sweetwater, TX on August 24, 1957 to William and Joi (Laws) Windsor and passed away on September 5, 2020 in Lovington, NM. He grew up in Lovington and graduated in 1976 from Lovington High School. He was very athletic and loved sports, especially basketball. He also enjoyed water and snow skiing, and swimming, as Ronney loved being in the sun. He liked sports cars and had a tendency to drive too fast. He had been employed in the oilfield, working overseas and offshore also. He Loved classic Rock & Roll and knew all the artists names to almost any song. Cop shows and crime shows were his favorite TV shows and the older westerns were a hit with him. Ronney was baptized at New Beginnings Church and was quite spiritual. He shared the initials "KTF", Keep the Faith, on all his correspondence to share his witness for the Lord. He was a jokester, smiled and laughed a lot and had a passion for living and fought hard to live. He had a large group of friends he enjoyed being around and loved his family, especially his grandbaby, Kenzie. Preceding him in death were his parents; one brother Robert West and one sister, Barbie Jean Tankersley. Surviving him is his wife Kallie Windsor of the home, one daughter: Kori Robinson of Hutto, TX; two brothers: Charles and wife Robin Windsor of The Woodlands and Tom Windsor of California; two sisters: Becky West of Blackwell, TX and Sue Windsor of Bedford, TX and one granddaughter: Kenzie Watson and a host of friends. Condolences may be sent to www.kirbysmithrogers.com.
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Saturday
12
September

Memorial Service

10:00 am
Saturday, September 12, 2020
New Beginnings Church
2236 South Main
Lovington, New Mexico, United States
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