Roland W. Coutts

Evergreen Park, Illinois

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My deepest sympathy to the entire Coutts family. Ron was my boss so many years ago at Atlas Guard Service. Then he went on to Pinkerton and I took over his position. Perhaps Karen will remember me as she was an usher for this small company. He was a kind man and as I recall never lost his temper.

A good person is never lost and you will not loose him in your hearts.

Betty G.

Ron and his Family - Christmas 2010

Ron and Geneva - True Love

Ron Coutts July 27, 2013 - Looking Good.

Ron and Geneva Coutts

Ron was the definition of Love a Service. He helped many folks during his time in the fellowship. He will be sorely missed...God Bless!

It was a great pleasure having him for an uncle, he will be truely missed by everybody. Such a good role model for all. Sorry to the whole family for your loss. If you need anything I'm here for you aunt geneva. Love always, nancy, steve, ray, and brittany.

Ron and Geneva when they were still courting...

My Dearest Geneva - I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. You have my deepest sympathy. Your husband was such a nice man and very easy-going. I will never forget when you and Roli (as I always called him) came to my 50th suprise birthday party. It was a suprise indeed to see you both. My prayers go out to you Geneva and your Family.


Roland's Obituary

Coutts, Roland W. "Ron" 86, passed away on July 30th, 2013 at his home in Oak Forest, IL. He was born on February 5, 1927 in Page, Nebraska to Colin and Lou (Tessier) Coutts. Ron grew up in Creighton, Nebraska where he graduated from Creighton High School in 1944, and enjoyed traveling...

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