Ronald
Ronald Thomas Olguin passed away at the age of 63 on Monday, January 17, 2011 at his home surrounded by family. Ron was born in Loma Linda, CA on December 24, 1947. He was a long time resident of Torrance, CA. He graduated from North High School and attended UCLA before he was drafted into the army. Ron was a faithful member of Jehovah's Witnesses in the city of Gardena. Ron was employed by Delta Airlines and retired in 2002 and continued his career with TSA at LAX airport until his death. He was known for his great smile and sense of humor. He was married to his lovely wife, Margaret Olguin for 40 years. He had 3 children, daughter Deanna Owens, and sons David and Ronnie Olguin (deceased), 5 grandchildren Dallas, Felicia, Andrew, Aaron Owens and Ryan Olguin; sisters Nancy Sanchez, Jeannie Trejo and Pattie Buck and a large extended family of brothers-in –law; sisters-in-law; nieces; nephews; and cousins. He is loved and will be missed by many friends and family. Memorial service will be held at: Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses, 22421 Figueroa Street, Carson, CA 90745. Services will be held on Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 2:00PM and Repass to follow at Torrance Cultural Center (Geo. Nakano Theater)3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance 90503 from 3pm -7pm. In memory of Ron Olguin and in lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Worldwide Work/Relief, 2500 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Checks payable to "Watchtower".

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  1. Oh, Margaret, I’m so sorry to hear you lost Ron. I’m also sorry to hear you lost Ronnie, too! God Bless you, and know you and your family are in my prayers.

  2. TO SIS. OLGUIN AND DEE AND THE REST OF THE FAMILY..WE ARE SO DEEPLY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I AM SURE THAT BRO. OLGUIN WILL BE MISSED VERY MUCH BY ALL BUT HE IS IN JEHOVAH’S MEMORY NOW AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING HIM AGAIN IN PARADISE. Eccl. 7:1 WITH OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY THE COPELAND FAMILY P.S. TY SAID TO TELL THE BOYS..KEEP THERE CHINS UP!

  3. My Dad was a beauitful, loving and generous man. My dad everyday expressed his love & gratitude for his family that remained by his side. My dad showed such bravery towards his illness and expressed his love towards his heavenly father Jehovah. My dad prayed constantly for his family, never did he want to burden us with his illness and prayed Jehovah watch over us all. Loving and caring for my father was never a burden but a privilege! He was the best Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Uncle. My dad found comfort from the scripture’s he loved Psalms 94:19. My dad had faith in Jehovah’s promises of a better life.(Rev. 21:3-4) I look forward to that promise fulfilled where I will be able to welcome back my father with open arms. My Dad is now in Jehovah’s memory. No better place could he be! Love you Dad…

  4. Ron was one of the best men that I knew. He was always so faithful to his family and friends. I was furtunate enought to have loved him and will miss him dearly. I am thankful for his kind words and support thoughout my life experiences. He always carried a wonderful dynamic and postive attitude towards life. He trully was a loving, genuine, caring, great man. Ryan and I will miss him everyday.

  5. ” you are my sunshine my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray, you’ll never know dear how much I love you, please don’t take my sunshine away………….”

  6. Dear Margaret, my deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband and most certainly, your best friend. No need to remind you of the blessings in the near future where we will see him again, healthy and handsome as ever. I am at work so I am trying to be brave and not cry but I can’t help myself. I wish I could be there to hold you in my arms and kiss you and DeAnna and David. They will be there to comfort you. And Mary Esther and your brothers Henry, Roy and Bobby, and I haven’t forgotten your dad, my Tio Alvino. You will find the comfort you need in God’s Holy Word, the Bible, and with the myriads and myriads of brothers and sister! I love you, Irma

  7. Hi my love. Just want to let you know that i wish i could be there to help you through all that you have to go through but I happen to know that you have Jehovah, your family and also a large group of christian family for that. So I’ll just say take care and may Jehovah be with you, 🙂 Love you your cousin , Lydia

  8. Margaret I hope you received my card. I know you must have received so many and mine is just one and you might not even feel like reading any more or even this message. I’m so sorry for your heart aches this life is hard sometimes, but it is all going to be worth it if we remain faithful. I know that God is faithful in keeping his promises if we are obedient. I’m so glad that you know this to be true as well. We may be in different religions, but the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the same. The Good News of his kingdom is the same. God is never changing and is true and faithful. We can count on that. You can also count on me. Whenever I’m down I always count my blessings one by one and before I’m done, I’m happy again. Because we are so blessed! I love you. You are one of my favorite cousins and I hope you can still find it in your heart to smile your big beautiful smile that I love. Take care of yourself and call me sometime or write if you have time. Love, JoAnne

  9. Ron was one of my first supervisors at Delta. He was always so kind, gracious and always professional. I was very fortunate to work with and know such a wonderful person. Ron will always be remembered.

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