Ronald Lee Kershaw

March 7, 1972 ~ August 23, 2011

Ronald Lee Kershaw, 39, of Lake Charles, LA died at 3:23 PM on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 in a local hospital.

Born March 7, 1972 in Sulphur, La, Mr. Kershaw was raised in Hackberry, LA and lived most of his adult life in Lake Charles. He was a graduate of Hackberry High School and served his country in the U.S. Army for the three years. He was the owner and operator of S.W.LA Lien Enforcement, where he was known as "The Repo Man." Ronald was a member of the American Legion, loved fishing and crabbing, and enjoyed cooking and spending time on his boat. He will always be remembered for his big heart and as a loving father.

Mr. Kershaw is survived by his children, Jeremy Fulton, Collin Kershaw, and Kayleigh Kershaw; wife, Jill Johnson Kershaw; mother, Lynne Delon and husband Ricky; step-mom, Terry Kershaw; brother, Gerald Kershaw; sisters, Kristee Montou, Tami Cornay, and Julie Kershaw; step-sisters, Siera Hobbs, Cherie Delon and Danielle Delon; grandparents, Nellie Mae Perrodin and Irene Kershaw; close friend, Amy Clift; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other family members.

He was preceded in death by his father, Martin Kershaw.

His funeral service will be at 10:00 AM on Friday, August 26, 2011 at the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Rocky East will officiate. Burial will be in Dutch Cove Cemetery in Sulphur, LA. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Thursday from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM and continue on Friday from 8:00 AM until the start of the service.

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  1. As a little boy, you was so full of life. As a Teen you would dance the night away. As a Man, you brought three childern in this world that will carry on your legacy. You had a heart of gold for many and loved them all. Rest in peace my step-son.All I have is memories that I will cherish forever, so spread your wings and fly with Gods angels for now you belong to him. LOVE YOU.

  2. dear ronnie, u have played a big roll in me and jasons life…we will miss u dearly..u will always be n our hearts….my prayers are with ur family….love and miss u

  3. In your hour of sorrow, we pray that God send his blessing upon you and your family. We also grieve in the lost of Ronald Ronnie Lee Kershaw and wish we knew him better. Ronnie was a very fine young man and father.

  4. Lynn I did not know your son that well but the times I met him is was always polite,kind and sweet an a beautiful smile,If there is any thing I can do you just let me know.A ear to listen a shoulder to cry on just what ever.I am so so sorry for your loss

  5. The Blue Spader brothers of Bravo Company 1/26 Infantry send their deep sadness for the much too early farewell of such a special person. He was the center of attention everywhere he went. He would bend over backwards to lend a hand and always made us laugh. May he rest in peace and join our brothers who have made their way forward. Our thoughts are with his family.

  6. You were a good friend to me. You always knew what to say to cheer me up. You had just text me a couple of weeks ago checking on me. I miss you so much. You were such a great father boyfriend. There are so many people who miss you so much. Just please watch over us as our guardian angel!!Love always!!

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