Ronald Spruell
1940 - 2021
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Ronald Spruell of Baton Rouge, passed away on January 6, 2021 in St. Louis , Missouri after suffering complications from a stroke. He was born on July 8, 1940 in Monroe, Louisiana. Following graduation from Louisiana Polytechnic University, he was employed in the petroleum industry. Ron is survived by his wife, Chris, daughters Perri and husband, Nelson, Emeily and husband John Doyle, brother Shelby Spruell and wife Nadine, nephew Ferrell and niece Alifsa Spruell. He was known as the neighborhood technician eager to lend a helping hand. His help did not stop with his neighbors as those who attended a monthly investment club, he chaired, and the Chimes Investment Club, can attest. Many will remember him helping organize the "Over Forty Soccer Club" and his active membership in the Baton Rouge Clickers Club as well as participating in aerobic classes at the "Y". Chris expresses her deep appreciation to all who helped and lend support during his illness.

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Published in The Advocate from Jan. 9 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 11, 2021
So very sorry to hear about Ron. He mentored me in my early career when we worked together in Deer Park, TX. He taught me technical aspects and the value of our professional society. Our paths crossed later at Geismar, LA, working in the same department. Outside of work, we spent time together with shared interests - vehicles, tools, home improvement, investments, muscadines/jelly and even a bit of philosophy. Ron was a super guy and a great friend. I had been thinking about him lately and will surely miss him.
Mark Davis
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January 10, 2021
Chris, I was so sadden to hear about Ron. You and the family will be in my prayers. I really enjoyed working with Ron those many years.
Bobby Marchand
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