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Ronald Westgate

Ronald Lorne Stuart Westgate

July 29, 1935 - September 29, 2019
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Obituary

Westgate, Ronald
Passed away peacefully at Sun parlor Home, Leamington September 29, 2019 at the age of 84 years. Loving husband of Ruby (nee Carter) for 64 years. Cherished father to Neil, Rick (Jo Ellen) and Jule (Roger Sarrazin). Grandfather of Amber Newman (Gary) and Bailey Neufeld (Greg), great grandfather of Noah and Emmett Newman. Ron is one of 13 siblings and is survived by Norma and Beryl. He will be missed dearly by his ever-loving fur baby Chloe. A special thank you to 4th floor staff at Sun Parlor Home for the care and kindness given to Ron and family. Ron found much comfort in caring for “Baby”, it brought much peace and solace though out his struggle with Dementia.
A private family service will take place at a later date, arrangements entrusted to Kendrick Funeral Home (91 Division St, S., Kingsville). Donations in Ronald’s memory may be made to Alzheimer’s Society or
The Church of the Epiphany (Kingsville).
Condolences received at www.Kendrickfuneralhome.com.
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    Location
    Church of the Epiphany
    Address
    96 Main Street West
    Kingsville, Ontario N9Y 1H3
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    Officiant
    Rev. Canon Bryan Girling

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S.Quick

Posted at 11:31am
Dear Jules and family,

Sorry to hear the great loss of your father, praying that the Lord will wrap His loving arms around you and bring you strength, grace, peace, and comfort as you walk through these difficult days ahead. May the memories of loving footprints he left in all the hearts that knew him be what you draw from when the days seem to difficult to bare. In our thoughts and prayers. Virgil and Shelly Quick
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Susan Cushman

Posted at 12:12am
I remember my mom asking uncle Ron to walk me down the isle for my wedding, 43 years ago. I still have a charm with “ special day” and “Uncle Ron” engraved on it. A treasured gift from a good uncle and his sweet wife, aunt Ruby. I have fond memories of his laughter, the smell of his cigars, and his kind heart. Love and hugs to the family. -Susan Cushman, niece
 
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brenda Posted at 11:59am

Our deepest condolences to the Family. I have many childhood memories of Mr Westgate on Shuniah Street in Thunder Bay. From his cigars, teasing us kids to taking Jule and I to his work and seeing all the big equipment.. When the family moved to Windsor/ Burlington area. I remember one fall they came up in the big blue car and had a whole burlap bag of fresh corn on the cob for us. I have never seen so much corn!!. But most of all, and though it has been many many years , I remember his laugh. I can still hear it today.. May you find comfort in wonderful memories he has left . Our deepest sympathy. Brenda (Harty) and Scot Paxton
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