“For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand…I have fought a good fight. I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.”
Early Saturday evening on May 13, 2023, this train bound for glory heard Ronald’s cry and noticed that he had his ticket in his hand, God stopped by 117 Ella Lane and Ronald got on board.
Ronald was born in Richland County on July 6, 1953 to the late Thomas Wrenn and Flossie Evans Wrenn. He attended Richland County Public Schools. He retired from GE Gas Turbines in Greenville, SC. He was also a veteran of the Airforce.
He loved fishing, watching football and westerns. Ronald was a very humble person, always greeting people with a smile. Everyone loved him.
He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: his wife, Virginia H. Hart; son, Travis (Blanca) Harper, of El Paso, Texas; daughter, Courtney Hart of Winnsboro, SC; brothers, Carl Hart, Sr., Andrew Evans both of Columbia, SC; sisters, Andrena Coughman of Columbia, SC, Altheia C. Gibson, and Jara Savage; eight grandchildren, Jalen Carter, Jaheim Carter, Jasmine Carter, Stanley Simmons, III, BriShaun Harper, McKenzie Tyndall, Nizhonie Harper, Tristan Harper; sisters-in-law, Rev. Claudia Richardson and Ether Harper both of Winnsboro, SC, aunt, Missie Yarborough of Winnsboro, SC and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral service for Mr. Ronald Hart will be 12 noon Saturday May 20, 2023 @ Russell-McCutchen Funeral Home Chapel, 324 S. Vanderhorst St. Winnsboro SC 29180. Visitation will be 12 noon Friday May, 19, 2023 @ the funeral home. Burial will be @ Fort Jackson National Cemetery at a later date.
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