Ronnie Geeslin, Sr.

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Ronnie Roland Geeslin, Sr., 63, of Speegleville, passed away Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at a local hospital. Memorial services will be 11 A.M., Friday, April 1st at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. David Thompson officiating. Visitation will be 6 to 8 P.M. Thursday, March 31st at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend Rd. in Waco. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at

Ronnie was born December 3, 1947 in Fort Worth to Kenneth and Betty (Lindsay) Geeslin. Ronnie had been employed by Azbell

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Condolence Messages

  1. Ronnie,
    Always great to talk fishing with you back at Azbell’s. Thanks for all the lunches and BSing we did.

  2. Brandon Todd Geeslin

    I know your in a much place and you probably running your lines catching all those "BIG" yellowcat that got away.One thing you can bet on is that Ronnie and I will always love and respect you.Everything you tought us we will remember and carry with us forever.Thank you so much for always being there when we needed you even if "we werent doing everything right!" You will forever be with us wherever we may go,to the woods hunting or on the water fishing you’ll be there.I Love you and will miss you, but I know we will be together again someday.

  3. Christi Nichols-Harrington

    Ronnie and Brandon,

    You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Love, Karen McCall and Sam, Christi, Heidi and Holly Harrington

  4. Patricia Yaworsky

    May you rest in peace. My love, thoughts and prayers to the family. We have some fond memories from years past. A special hug to Brandon and Ronnie.

  5. Ronnie Geeslin Jr

    Just remember Dad we will allways love you.
    Ronnie Jr.

  6. Ronnie Roger Geeslin Jr

    May you rest in peace, dad.

  7. roy and kathy durrence

    we are sorry for your loss

  8. Sabreena Geeslin

    No Tears Past The Gate

    Someone new has entered our eternal home above. The heavenly gate has opened wide to welcome one we love. We cannot help the tears that fall our hearts need time to grieve. When earthly life has ended and a loved one has to leave. Yet even in the saddest time we know our Savior lives and we can trust completely in the promise that he gives. That in a glad reunion with the Lord our loved ones wait to welcome us in joy with no more tears beyond the gate!

  9. Dear Ron,
    I can honestly say that you were one of a kind. As my father-in-law you always treated me like one of your own. I always enjoyed our talks and time that we shared when the boys were gone fishing or hunting or even when Ronnie was working late. I never had an empty house to come home to cause i knew you were always there. It’s going to be hard for a while, but i always tell myself that you are in a much better place now, away from all the pain and suffering. I will miss you, and I love you!
    Oh yeah, since you’re up there, find Nonie for me and keep her company! She needs someone to give her hell, and i know you are just the person to do that!
    Rest in peace, love always,
    P.S Save some yellowcat and deer for the rest of us when we get to that big place in the sky! 🙂

  10. Sorry to hear about your loss. He was a good man. May God Bless u at this time and heal you and help you through it.

  11. Was thinking of the summers spent in McGregor Texas and the people I spent them with. Ron taught me a lot about fishing, hunting and working. I am saddened to find that he has passed and that it has been by so many years since. My condolences to Ronnie and Brandon and the rest of the family . I have thought of the Geeslin family many times over the years and have missed them.

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