May 14, 1972 - December 26, 2020

Ronald (Ronny) R. Whitworth, a lifelong resident of Irving, TX, passed away on Saturday, December 26th at the age of 48

Ronny is survived by his wife, Myra, his two daughters Taylor and Caitlyn; his sister Robin and her children Darrell, Nicole, and Brittany and their families.

Ronny was born in Irving, TX on May 14th, 1972 to Ronald (Bo) and Deborah (Debbie) Whitworth. He was a 1992 graduate of MacArthur High School. He was married to Myra, the love of his life, for 14 wonderful years.

Ronny was a devoted husband and father to their two daughters. He was a sports enthusiast, especially when it came to watching his girl’s volleyball games. He was a fan of traveling and loved to see new places with his family and friends. He was a hardworking man who was a manager at Best Western for 19 years.

He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who had the pleasure of knowing him

7 replies on “WHITWORTH, RONALD R.”

Zita Templeton says:

Prayers to you all. I’m not good with words but just want to let you know that I love you and have you in my prayers. God be with you.

Paula Casto says:

I was deeply saddened and shocked to hear of Ronnie‘s passing. I have many sweet, fond memories of working in the concession stand during his daughter’s volleyball games. He was such a kind hearted person and would do anything for you. He surely loved his wife and his daughters. He never missed their games and such a proud father. Such a sad loss. May the Lord come in and comfort Myra and his daughters, as well as his entire family during this tragic time as well as in the future.

Kari Smith says:

Myra and family,
You all are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord gain each of you during this very difficult time. HE is always there for you so lean on HIM. Grace to you all. Kari

Makia Brown says:

First, I would like to say my heart goes out to the family during this time. I’m sending my thoughts and prayers to them in hopes it gives them strength to make it through. Ronny was an amazing father, not only to Taylor and Caitlyn, but to all of the kids that were welcomed into their home, including me. I will forever cherish all the kindness and love that he showed me the many times I came around. He was a selfless man that always made sure his loved ones were taken care of. He will be missed and may he rest in peace.

Norma Williams says:

Praying and asking blessings on the family Ronnie was a family man and a part of my family for over a decade he loved his family, He was very good to Myra and the girls. He will be greatly missed. I never saw him when he wasn’t smiling and happy.

Steve Strickling says:

Thoughts and prayers for Myra and girls. Heaven gained a great Angel with Ronny. He was a dear friend that will be missed.

Johnny Sosa says:

I will miss Ronny, awesome co-worker. Great person!

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