Ronald Earl Brazwell

Ronald Earl Brazwell, 66, of Waco, passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020.

Service Information: Mr. Brazwell will be available for viewing from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 27, at Lake Shore Funeral Home.  A graveside service will follow the visitation at 2:00 p.m., at Oakwood Cemetery.

A Time to be Born

Ronald Earl was born January 19, 1954 in Waco, Texas to Mr. Cleo Brazwell and Mrs. Dorothy McLennan, the eldest of four (4) children.

 

A Time To Embrace And A Time to Serve

He grew up in Waco, Texas and graduated from University High School where he was a star student and amazing athlete. He worked at Waco Apparel and later for Home Health Systems as a Home Care Provider.

 

A Time To Play

He loved helping out others in the neighborhood and surrounding areas. He was “Mr. Fix It” for all who knew him. He enjoyed dominos and just sitting with the “Frogtown Crew” exchanging stories. His pride and joy was his granddaughter, Tiffany; who he often referred to as “Speedy”.

 

A Time To Die

He departed this life on Thursday, May 21, 2020 and answered God’s calling to his eternal home.

 

A Time To Keep

His loving memories will be cherished by his children, Ronald Bernard Powell (Shonta) of Rockwall, Texas, Sara Cooper of Dallas, Texas, Marcus Brown, and Tasha Brazwell both of Waco, Texas; eight (8) grandchildren; one (1) great grandchild; sisters, Barbara Jones (Lennis), Sallie Thigpen; and brother, Gene Brazwell. He was cherished by his loving aunts, Mary Sue Thompson and Lauara Foster; and a host of relatives and friends. Ronald is preceded in death by his parents, Cleo Brazwell, Dorothy McLennan, and Billy McLennan; brother Michael Brazwell; and daughter, Tiffany Brazwell.

Place of Service: Oakwood Cemetery , 2124 S.5th St.; Waco, TX 76706



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Condolence Messages

  1. Carolyn Scott

    Condolences and Prayers for my Family! Ronald Earl will truly be missed! That smile, always willing to lend a helping hand! Still striving to his Destiny! Much love Carolyn Kay.

  2. Ronald Earl was like my uncle and he was raised with my uncles,aunts and mama in Frogtown and he was loved by the whole community young and old he will be truly missed

  3. Teresa & Tater Bug Calhoun

    Me and Tata Bug we going to miss you Braswell you were not just family but you were really and truly a good friend and willing to do anything for anybody.

  4. My Deepest Condolences to the Braswell family. You are going to Truly be missed by many.You had a Heart of Gold and Always ready to help where ever its needed.Heaven has gained an Angle.Rest now Braswell you deserved it.
    Forever in our Hearts The Stroud Family

  5. My sincere condolences to the family of Ronald Earl. He meant a lot to my family. He was always ready o help us in any way he could. I called him, “MY Woody Butler” He could repair and fix anything he put his hands on. My husband was a friend of his and he loved him and believed that if anything needed attention in and around the house or yard, he needed Ronald Earl. Ronald Earl was truly family to the Pullens. The family is truly in our prayers.

  6. Demetria Perkins (Pullen)

    Braswell is and will always be my uncle. He was like a brother to my dad.

  7. MARGARET C FREEMAN

    Brad was like a brother to my family. We was always included in any family gatherings we had. It’s so hard to believe that he’s gone. Brad will always be remembered for his endless smile and laughter. May you rest in Peace!
    Moten, Wasington, McKinney, Captain, Hayes. Freeman Family

  8. Darlene Moten Washington

    Ronald Earl (Braz) we the Moten family are missing you already. You were more than just a friend. Heaven has gained a great man in you. We loved you and we truly truly love you.

  9. Chimere Malone

    I don’t know where to began, whew, I am going to miss you. You wasn’t related to us Pullen’s, but you were definitely family. We appreciate everything you have done for us. You were the jack of all trades for frogtown, their wasn’t nothing you couldn’t fix. I remember you and my mom Bernice/Leathy would go at it all the time and be back friends the next day 😂. Strange love/hate relationship you guys had. I didn’t know Tuesday at my grandma house was going to be the last time I saw you, but I’m glad I did.
    To the family, praying for strength during this time.

  10. I will truly miss this guy, from the first time we met over
    thirty years ago he never treated me like a stranger. A real
    true brother in law.

  11. Jack Henderson, Ed.D

    Ronald Earl Brazwell was my friend who became family. I always called him Mr. Brazwell because of the great respect I held for him.

    We started out as friends but some where along the way we became like brothers. I will miss my friend and brother. He left the world a little better.

  12. Deborah Walker-Hicks

    Braz, as I always called him was a special friend, with the kindest heart. We shared a friendship continous over the years, since our old days at Waco Apparel. I will truely, truely miss you my friend. To the family, my deepest sympathy, may God keep his exchanging hands on each and everyone of you.

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