Ronald Wilfred LePage

12/02/1938   —   04/16/2020

The Guestbook
  • Lisa Krantz

    Nancy and family I’m so sorry to hear this about Ron… You all are in my thoughts and prayers

  • Christel Homrich

    Ron sounds like the kind of guy everyone wanted to know. What a blessing to have such a rich and well lived life. Prayers to the family. The Homrich Family

  • Katherine L Anderson

    My condolences to you all. While I don’t believe I’ve met Cousin Ron LePage, he was my mom (Suzanne Marie LePage)’s godfather, so I guess he was my grandgodfather! 🙂

    I will be keeping Nancy and the rest of the family in my prayers and will support Feeding America on his behalf.

    Love,
    Cousin Kathy (From Chicago)

  • Alexandra Pflaumer

    Send you our deepest condolences, Krista & Family. Your dad sounds like he took advantage of all life’s moments and had a good sense of humor ❤️ Praying for you all.
    Love, the Pflaumers

  • Ed & Beccie Govan

    We always loved being with Ron for his quick wit and fun things we did

  • Jeff and Party Smith

    Our hearts and prayers are with you all. Cherish your many memories of happier days. May you find comfort in knowing others care. With love and prayers, Jeff and Party Smith.

  • Janis Eschbach

    Love you, Ron! I’m sure you’re in heaven telling great stories. Jan

  • Janis Eschbach

    Love you, Ron! I’m sure you’re in heaven telling great stories

  • Krista

    Best dad ever! I will laugh for years to come with memories of you. So glad you were my dad. You made a positive impact on so many lives, I’m proud to be your daughter.

  • Dan Patterson

    The Patterson Family mourns the loss of Ron LePage. We send our condolences and our regards to the entire LePage Family. He was a big personality and will leave a big void. We have tons of fond memories from Cabrini and The Park Colony Club that we are recalling now and they all bring huge smiles to our faces.

    I will never forget the day that Ron and my father Bill had to take Ken and I to the Iris Hills area for a short meeting with some “authorities”. It could have been the worst experience of Ken and my lives but Ron & Dad had it all planned out in advance to teach us a lesson. It ended up being one of the best father and son bonding experiences in my life and I am eternally grateful to the two of them for being greats Dads!!

    He will not be forgotten!!! Love and prayers to all of you – Dan Patterson.

  • Tammie D Davis

    Nancy, Doug and I are so sorry on the loss of Ron. I know for sure he is soaring into the loving arms of the Lord. Praying for you and your family..

  • Jan Treur

    Ron represented the heart and soul of the Golden K. He was always upbeat, fun and a joy to have around and know. He will be greatly missed. My warm condolences to Nancy and the family.

  • Tom and Judy Winkler

    So very sorry for your loss. We are old friends of Herb and Jan’s and had met Ron a couple of times.We will pray for the family so they remember so many memories that live forever and know that he is a forever angel watching over his extended family.
    Tom and Judy Winkler

  • Denise Govan Tyree

    May the load bless and keep you in his loving arms.

  • Michael and Sandra Dunn

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.

  • Richard Wood

    Sorry for your loss, worked with Ron at Dearborn Iron Foundry and Michigan Casting Center. What a great guy to not only work with butto know.

  • Kelly Kopec

    The Kopec family will forever cherish the wonderful Up North memories and fun times together with this generous man. May he live forever in God’s kingdom.

  • Laura M

    I am sorry for your loss.

  • judy & jerry malcolm

    we’ll miss you brother, love Judy & Jerry, and family

  • Pat Unsworth

    Nancy and family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Ron. I met him, Tony Champaign and Father McCarthy when I was a freshman at Holy Redeemer. We all became good friends. We kept in touch for many years. He was a prince of a guy. You are all so fortunate to have had Ron in your lives. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Your happy memories will help you to get through this difficult time. Pat Was Unsworth

  • Dick Draigh

    I have lost a great friend and neighbor to this horrible disease. My prayers are with you Nancy. Keep your chin up.

  • Kim Schur

    My dad, my hero – You were always firm but fair, well respected, fun loving, and the BEST story teller! I have so many wonderful memories that will soon make me smile and laugh again. I couldn’t have asked for a better dad. Love you and miss you!

  • Pete and Phyllis Kolianos

    We are sad to hear of the passing of Ron. May his memory be eternal. Our sincere sympathy and love to Nancy and the family. Many memories of when we were on the USS Forrestal together and when we could keep in touch through the years. God bless you Nancy and Family.

  • Kari (Townsend) Guilbault

    My heart goes out to you all! I was so saddened to hear of your dad’s passing. I have many fond memories of him from the Park Colony summers. He was always so nice and so funny. Love and prayers to your family.

  • Kathy Watroba

    I was so sorry to hear about Ron. He was a wonderful person and neighbor. Everyone in our sub loved Ron for his kindness, willingness to help, and friendship and of course his stories. He was especially popular with the kids. He loved the kids and they loved him! I knew one day he’d been a wonderful grandfather. I will always hold in my heart all the fond memories of him and our time together. You and your family will be I my thoughts and prayers.

    Kathy Watroba

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