Dear Eva - Please accept my sincere condolences for Ron’s passing. I can only imagine how the loss of your life partner is impacting you during these challenging times.
While Linda and I have been sheltering in place for three weeks, if you would like to talk please feel free to call me. Stay home, stay safe, stay well.
I will always remember Ron for his happy disposition and warm smile. He always took a genuine interest in others when talking to them. I was very blessed to grow up across the street from him and Eva, and he will be sorely missed.
Steve just forwarded the message of Ron's passing to me, and I wish I could give you a huge hug. I'm so sorry to hear it. I know it was a long journey for both of you. You were so graceful and positive throughout his care, and I can only assume that a man described as having 'panache' (fantastic word and so descriptive) was the same. I feel so deeply for you, and hope you're getting lots of support from friends and family. I'm sure your thoughts are crowded with memories, and hope some of them can make you smile.
All my warmest wishes, and a virtual hug,
My sincere condolences to you Eva. Your husband's kindness will continue to live in those who knew and cared for him.
Knowing Ron has been a wonderful and colourful experience. Talking with and spending time with him an absolute delight. When he lived on Windsor Avenue and I was raising my two children he was often a go to for a good chin wag. He always had a witty comment about the goings on on the street that made for a good laugh. Clever, sweet, loyal, soft spoken with a prescence that was bigger than life. Oh that beard and those sparkling eyes that looked right through you. He will always have a special place in my heart..