LAMBERT, Ronald (Ron) Gordon Paul, (Ret’), Logistics-Cook

LambertWith deep sadness we announce the peaceful passing of Ronald (Ron) on January 21, 2020, after a brief stay at the Royal Jubilee Hospital. Ron will be joining his predeceased sons Michael, Ronnie, and Paul. Ron is survived by his loving wife of 60 years Wendy (Dowall), sons Richard (Colleen), Moosejaw, Murray (Beverley), Sooke. Ron was also blessed with grandchildren Kelsey (Brandon), Kevin, Kristopher (Alex), Marissa (Dave), Jordon (Nikki), Derek, Kurtis, Maddison, Devon, Dwayne, and Dillon.
Ron loved the Royal Canadian Navy having joined in 1960 as a Cook. He spent many years fighting the Cold War making the world safer.
Ron loved Politics and was never afraid to voice his opinion about the sorry state of the present Canadian government.
Ron did not wish a service or Celebration of Life, there will be a Family Gathering at a time in the future at the family plot in Sooke. Flowers are gratefully declined. In lieu of a contribution to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.


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