Despite life taking us different paths Ron, Cam, Marg and Cliff have always had a special place in my life. Fond memories of times past .
My deepest condolences. Ron was a treasure, a special guy, one of a kind. He always had a smile accompanied by a twinkling eye. Ron was always up for a joke. I can attest to that. Remember the oversized slippers, Lynda?
Lots of caring hugs. Linda
I worked with Ron at IBM in the 60's and 70's and more closely when I worked in Toronto as Vice-President, Sales and Ron was Vice-President of the Central region. Ron was great colleague, always positive and a great cheerleader. I have fond memories of working with Ron as he was always ready to help even when it was not in in his direct area of responsibilities. He was always a great guy with a passion for what he was doing.
I offer my sincere condolences to his family.
I (Pauline) worked for Ron at Delso Contracting for 8 years. He was one of the best bosses that I ever worked for. Always kind, thoughtful and generous. We had so much fun at all the Christmas parties he and Linda hosted at Lambton Golf Course. We send along our condolences to Linda and other family members.
When I was a young lad growing up in the 70s we had a cottage next door
to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and their sons Ron and Cam. Those were great times on our beach. In our little stretch of the beach the Graham, DeCarli, Douglas, Sanderson families were always doing something fun. Ron absolutely loved Georgian Bay. He was an avid boater and skier and overall just loved being on or near or around the Bay. He always had a smile on his face and was very quick witted. Ron worked with his Father on many cottage projects and thrived on those times.
He loved his wife Linda and they were an amazing couple, lots of fun.
Ron's longest standing joke was posting, in the cottage, the bus schedule to Toronto.
The most important thing that I remember about Ron was that he always willing to help a neighbour, his family or his friends.
Although I haven't seen Ron in many years, I have those fond memories of him and the Douglas family that always bring a smile to my face.