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Ronald Gene Copeland

October 28, 1940 - October 9, 2022

Cremation Service for Ronald Gene Copeland, 81, of Vian, Oklahoma is under the direction of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service, Inc.

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I loved Ron with my whole heart and soul he was my brother in law but he was like a real brother to me he was so funny when he would meet someone new before he got sick he would give them nicknames say like if we went to a restaurant to eat and the waitress had a colorful blouse on or something when we left the restaurant he would be talking someone about the waitress but pick a nickname for her by her blouse like loud blouse lady or something like that and Wilma and whoever was with them would have to figure out who he was talking about he never meant any thing mean about them, that was just his way of remembering them and the stories he told, I thought it was pretty cool myself and pretty funny most of the time with names he came up with. Ron said the best prayers, I loved to here him say prayers he loved Jehovah, he listen faithfully to meetings every Tuesday night and Sunday morning. He will be missed so much!!! I love you Ron

Posted by Rebecca D White on October 15, 2022

Ron, such a sweet man. So willing to help with any project that was going on. His teasing always brought a smile to my face. Ron and his lawn mower were inseparable. If you couldn't find him you only needed to go as far as the back yard to find him. You will be missed.

Posted by mary henderson on October 13, 2022

Ron is my brother-In law. He was the most kindest person I ever met. He was so good to my sister Wilma his wife. I loved him as if he was my fleshly brother. He was always agreeable to whatever you ask of him. He worked hard and long hours on just about anything. I think is passion was working in the garden and yard. He even made quilts. They don't make them like him anymore. He will be missed by all that knew him. I can't wait to greet you in the new earth when all is new. Love ya Ron. Your sis Cindy

Posted by Cindy a Gifford on October 11, 2022

Ron, Ron, Ron. My uncle Ronald made me chuckle. He didn't even know he was funny but he definitely was. And this man's arm could be hanging off and he'd still say he was fine, clear up till the end said he was fine. He once told me they kicked him out of school in the sixth grade cause they said he was to dumb to learn anymore, this made me sad, but the thing is he was smart, very smart! The man went on to own his own home, work hard, build anything, build a truck from the ground up, and have wonderful conversations, he was just an all around wonderful human, heart and soul. I'm happy he is not suffering any longer but ima miss that old man! 😪 ♥️

Posted by Tina Snyder on October 11, 2022