In Celebration of

Ronald Henry Milsom

November 15, 1926 -  December 4, 2017

Ronald Henry Milsom was born in Toronto November 15, 1926 to Norman and Florence. Ronald was the second youngest of 7 children. He is survived by his brother Ken and sister Joyce along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and in laws.

Ronald was married for 51 years to Minerva. They had one daughter Sharon, two Grandchildren Laurie and Darcy and three great grandchildren Sophia, Emily and Ryan.

Ronald loved animals. Between the dogs, the cats, the rabbits, ferret and horses he never was without a pet of some kind.

Ronald also enjoyed going to the Legion and Moose Lodge. Apparently he could give Fred Astaire a run for his money on the dance floor.

Most of all he was know for his quick wit and sense of humour. Even in the last days he was cracking jokes.

Ronald would want each and everyone of us to remember the good times and to live life.


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Valerie malloy (Long time friend)

Entered December 7, 2017 from Mississauga

So sorry!

Janice and Floyd Babcock (Friends)

Entered December 8, 2017

Our sympathies and condolences as you mourn the passing of your dear father and grandfather.
What a wonderful legacy of love for life and family he has left.
Much love to your family,
Floyd and Janice

Lynne MacFarlane (Friend of Evie's)

Entered December 8, 2017 from Mississauga

Sharon, sending all my love at this time!

Joanne Munn 

Entered December 8, 2017

So sorry for your loss. Thinking of all of you and remembering what a nice, kind and funny man "Grandpa" was.

Cynthia, Peter, Jean, Spencer, Liam, Tyler (we live across the street from Ron)

Entered December 8, 2017 from Etobicoke

Ron was such a kind man to us when we moved into the area and continued to be a friend for the last few years. He was a rock on the street as he knew everyone and everyone respected him. Whenever I needed help, I felt confident in calling Ron and vise versa. Looking across the street now, at his house, makes me sad. No longer will we see him sitting out on the porch or booting around on his scooter.
Rest in Peace Ron, you earned it.


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