Lummus, Ronney Vernon


Ronney “Vernon” Lummus, age 77, of Dallas, TX entered into rest on Sunday, November 1, 2020. Vernon was born to Elie Truman and Vera Edna Lummus, in Bridgeport, TX on March 27,1943.

He loved his family unconditionally and was there for anyone at any time they needed. He also had a great love for the outdoors, including camping, hiking, and canoeing. He enjoyed spending time in many National Parks, and especially taking trips to the Buffalo National River in Northern Arkansas. He enjoyed traveling the world and taking several river and ocean cruises with his wife Camilla.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife Camilla of 50 years of marriage. Daughter, Jana Buettner and husband Mark. Grandchild, Mark Buettner Jr. and Bailey Buettner, Shanna Benner, Heath Benner, Jared Benner. Sister, Twlya Newman and husband Bob. Niece, Paige Brooks and husband Scott, and amongst numerous cousins. He is preceded in death by Son, Tommy Benner. He will be deeply missed by his loving family, his devoted friends, and all the wonderful individuals who knew and loved him.

In lieu of flowers, the family would be grateful for memorial donations to the Diabetes Association ( or VITAS Hospice ([email protected])

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6 replies on “Lummus, Ronney Vernon”

Mark Buettner Jr says:

Loved taking those trips to Buffalo River. The world is now missing one of its most honest, patient and caring men. My condolences to the rest of my family and especially my Grandmother, who loves him ever so dearly.

Sandy and Glen Collier says:

Our condolences to all. Vernon was a loving and caring member of our family. He will be missed. Love to all.

Raquel says:

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of Vernon , he was always very nice to me, My condolences to the family.

Carolyn Templin says:

I’ll miss my going out to eat buddy. I regret not see him more this year. I will miss him.

Glorita Hughes says:

So sorry to hear. My condolences to the family!

Amanda Anderson says:

Thank you for always being there, for all of the adventures, and for always keeping the kayak and canoe ready. I love you, and will miss you always!

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