Condolence: I had the pleasure to work many years with Ron, both at the Cornwall General Hospital and at the CCH. He was fun to work with and always kind and caring to patients and staff. He was so proud of his children and grandchildren. My sincere condolences to his family.
Condolence: We were so sorry to hear of Ron’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family .
May the memories and good times help you through this sad time.
Thinking of you. Anlynn and Keith and family.
Condolence: Our hearts go out to all of you during this difficult time. Ron was a super guy; lucky for me, my "cous" and I had a few good chats over the past year. His spirits were good, despite having been so sick for so long. Glad for you Ron that your suffering is over. Our sincere condolences to Charlene and Ron's family and friends. He thought the world of all of you! Lots of Love, Joce, Don and Aunt Georgette.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Ron's passing. I had the privilege of working with him for many years. Both his compassion and sense of humor he showed towards the patients, went above and beyond! He will be missed by the many people's lives he touched, but while we remember him, we'll smile! My thoughts are with Charlene. 🙏
Condolence: Rip Ron many memories as a kid growing up, school etc.very kind to my mother anytime she was in the hospital for diabetes.Ronnie was a nice guy sorry to hear of his passing sympathy and condolences to the family.
Condolence: I am very sorry to hear of Ron’s passing . My deepest condolences .
Ron and I were very close primary school chums . I remember numerous long and often humorous conversation either on Clairs or my parents back stoop, or the winter afternoons at the parkway tobogganing. I remember one such afternoon where we decided it was easier to get a meat box, rather than pull the sled all the way to the hill, open it flat and take too the hill, what we didn’t take into account was that two chubby kids riding a waxed meat box equals speed. We almost made it into the St Lawrence River. If I recall, we were hero’s for a couple of hours that day. ( maybe just in my mind)
Although we lost touch after I left Long Sault, I often brag about my childhood memories to my grandchildren.
When the hurt of loosing your dad , grandad, uncle and friend lessens, remember the great lessens Ron taught us as a true loyal friend .
Condolence: Of all our great achievements in this Life being a parent and grandparent ranks #1. So, Ron, I am glad you were blessed with that privilege...I am extremely blessed to share with your children and grandchildren the epitome of a Health Care Worker who was a frontline worker/essential services worker/addictions counsellor/porter and orderly like you. I met Ron when I started at the General in 1990. We worked over 3 decades together and transitioned to the McConnell Site. Many adventures over 30 yrs. Ron was one of the nicest, kindest and caring workers who cared for his patients from the bottom of his heart..like making sure to run the water till it was warm...he was truly so charismatic...I saw him retire...I have seen him in the best of times and the worst of times...I am extremely blessed we crossed paths in our careers...because he exuded "Being Kind." Condolences to all and especially Charlene. Its takes a Special Person to work Health Care and kindness is a quality not just an act it comes with patience through the years of kind-heartedness · warm-heartedness · tender-heartedness and goodwill like Ron and so many others in Health Care.