Ron­ald A. BIN­NEY

Stanstead Journal - - CLASSIFIEDS -

July 14th, 1942 - Jan­uary 4th, 2011 Passed away sud­denly at the age of 68 in Co­mox, BC, Ron was the son of the late Al­bert K. Bin­ney (Birch­ton, Que­bec). Ron leaves to mourn his beloved wife Heather, 2 sons - Marc (Kaitha) Co­mox, B.C., Michael (Jen­nifer) of North Roy­al­ton, Ohio, his daugh­ter Paula (Joey Goudreau) Stanstead, Que­bec and his lov­ing Mom, Grace Bin­ney of Corn­wall, On­tario. Ron’s 2 broth­ers, Larry (Kirsten) Water­loo, Ont., Ricky (Carla) Rolling­dam, NB; 4 sis­ters - Marge (Steve Slack - Corn­wall, Ont), Sheila (Barry Lawrence - Long Sault, Ont.) - Eileen (Pearce) - Len­noxville, Que, Sh­eryl Bin­ney, (de­ceased) - Bury, Que.; 4 Sis­ter-in-laws, Noreen Rich­mond - Camp­bell River, BC, Bev­erly Rich­mond (de­ceased), Linda Pomkofki - Long Sault, Ont., Susie (Guy Hamil­ton) - Camp­bell River, BC; 2 Brother-in-laws, Kevin Rich­mond - BC and Larry Rich­mond - Corn­wall, Ont.; 4 grand­chil­dren - Tyler and Ryse of Co­mox, BC and Korey & Caleb of Stanstead, Que. and Frank (Christi­enne) McNair, Johnville, Que who was like a brother to Ron. There are many nieces, neph­ews, cousins and many, many friends. As per Ron›s wishes, there will be no visi­ta­tion, cremation to fol­low. Ron and Heather lived many years in the East­ern Town­ships where they mar­ried in Sawyerville, Que in 1971. They bought a home in Comp­ton, Que­bec, where they lived for many years and were blessed with two chil­dren Marc (1973) and Michael (1975). Af­ter the boys were grown and on their own, Ron wanted a change. In 2002, they sold their home in Comp­ton and moved to New Brunswick to be near his brother Ricky. Af­ter his grand­chil­dren were born, Ron had a change of heart and wanted to be near Marc to be able to see his grand­chil­dren more of­ten. There­fore, they moved to Co­mox, BC in 2007 to be near his fam­ily. He re­ally en­joyed his grand­chil­dren and this helped to com­plete his life. Ron & Heather cel­e­brated their 39th wed­ding an­niver­sary De­cem­ber 31st, 2010. A spe­cial smile A lov­ing face Part of our fam­ily We can never re­place Loved and re­mem­bered ev­ery day Missed much more than words can say

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