Elliot Lake Funeral Chapel
& Cremation Centre
Counsell, Ronald Alexander (Nov. 4, 1946 – June 22, 2018)
Suddenly and peacefully, Ron went into the arms of Jesus on June 22, 2018 at St. Joseph’s General Hospital in Elliot Lake. Ron is survived by his loving wife Gloria, his sister Kathy (Gary) of St. Catharines and his step daughter Sylvie Goupil. He was a step grandfather to eleven step grandchildren and a step great grandfather to four step great grandchildren. Ron was predeceased by his parents Winnifred and Alexander Counsell. He will be sadly missed by all his friends at the Renaissance Senior Centre, Royal Canadian Legion, his Amateur Radio Family and his two cats, Butterscotch and Buggsy. Special thanks go out to Dr. Perlis of Toronto General Hospital, Dr. Wannan and Dr. Long of St. Joseph’s General Hospital. Thank you also to all the nurses and staff. A celebration of life and service will be held at St. Peter’s Anglican Church on Thursday June 28, 2018 at 2 pm, located at 110 Hillside Dr. S. (corner of Hillside Dr. S & Roman Ave). Remembrance donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated if so desired.
We will miss you Ron with your humour and stories. Your love for Gloria was always noted. Rest in peace now and we miss you but you will always be in our thoughts. God bless.
You have now been promoted to glory free of anymore pain. You always were trying new things and setting yourself high goals to achieve. Your many stories and memories of your youth will be remembered. Glory will miss you but she will be cared for by her family and friends. Rest in peace.
Very Sorry for the loss,may he now Rest In Peace. He will be missed by this community and all his Amateur Radio Friends.
Doug and Lucille
On behalf of the Niagara Peninsula Amateur Radio Club, NPARC, I offer our condolences on the loss of Ronald. He was a life member of the club and had many years of contribution to the community and the hobby. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this time of loss.
Sad to hear about Ron's passing. I new he was very ill. from being a member of the Niagara Peninsula ARC. He was a very active member. My sincere Condolences to all his family
"His Key is Silent but His Memory is 599"
73, Dave VE3FOI
Dear Gloria and Family!
I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I have many fond memories and remember the fun times and laughs we shared with Ron! May the soul of Ronald be at peace with our Heavenly Father.