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Ronna Riddle Troup

Ronna Riddle Troup of Norman, a member of the Norman High School class of 1966, passed away on August 29, 2023, with her daughter and son by her side. Ronna was born on January 26, 1948, to Hubert and Rita Riddle. She lived her early years in Eufaula, Oklahoma before moving with her family to Norman where she graduated from Norman High School and the University of Oklahoma.

Ronna was blessed with remarkable charm, humor, style, and beauty. A member of Pi Beta Phi at the University of Oklahoma, she was runner-up Miss OU 1968. While in college, she starred in two cult films, "Year of the Yahoo!" and "This Stuff'll Kill Ya!". After college, she founded women's clothing store Two's Company on Campus Corner and raised her own family in Norman. Ronna loved Jesus and being with family above all else. Her compassion for others was evident to all who knew her. She also enjoyed shopping, watching OU football games, chocolate chip cookies, and anything Elvis.

Ronna is survived by her beloved two children, son Turner Troup, daughter Taylor Troup-Thomson and son-in-law Matt Thomson, sister Elizabeth Riddle Dodd, niece Regan Urquhart, and nephews Rick, Ryan, and Rob Dodd. She is preceded in death by her parents and her sister Rosemary Riddle Simpson.

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09/04/23 07:30 AM #1    

Pam Faubion (Troup)

My dear sweet sister-in-law, Ronna, passed away last week. I will miss our visits and all the good times we had with the Troup family. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was fun to be with. Her two adorable children, Taylor (and husband Matt) and Turner are dear to me also. May my friend and "sister" rest in peace!  ❤️🙏🏻❤️

09/04/23 04:40 PM #2    

Steve Ayers

Donna wasa sweetheart. Always friendly to everyone. She will always be remembered. Peace and blessings to her family. 

09/05/23 06:15 AM #3    

Mike Bagby

Rona was a wonderful lady - loved and resected by SO many people.   She will be missed.  


09/06/23 11:42 AM #4    

Sally Gregory (Caldwell)

Sorry to hear about Rhonda's passing. She was a sweet person, genuine in relationships and a person with a high sense of responsibility to her community - school community and, as an adult, her home community. I knew her in high school and admired her for these things. Enjoyed her smile and exchanges with her. 

09/07/23 11:54 PM #5    

Ron Zerby

   I always greatly admired Ronna from the first time we met. I think it was at West Jr High, Steve Ayers might remember better. Ronna was just very special in her own way. I hope and pray she was close to Christ in her life walk as that is really all thet matters. Her legacy as well as ours is the foundations for present generations to stand on and safe harbors for the young today to use in navigating a difficult world. We who knew Ronna were richly blessed by her presence. Blessings to her family and those who loved her.

09/08/23 12:05 PM #6    

Barbara Orth (Boggs)

I enjoyed many fun and happy times with Ronna at West & NHS. She was a lovely, caring person. I was blessed to have her as my friend. 

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