Ronald Cromie

Ronald Cromie

Saturday, January 16th, 2021
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CROMIE, Ronald Ernest, 87, of Richmond Hill
It is with heartfelt sadness we share that Ron left us peacefully on Saturday January 16, 2021.
Loving husband of Patricia (Wilgar Daniel), Children Susan (Tim) and David (Carol)
Step Father to Lissa, Bob (Janet) and Susan. Beloved Grandfather to Jennifer (Ryan), Michael (Kaitlin), Sean, Hilary, Alison (Joe), Joey, Ben (Ayva) and Dana. Great Grandfather to Owen and Emma.
Brother-in-law to Jim (Barb) Wilgar of Waterloo. Uncle to Steven, Pam, Doug, Jackie, Jay (Nancy) and Andrew (Julia).
Pre-deceased by his brother John and sister Mary.
Ron lived a full life of family, friends and fun. Traveled both land and sea with friends and was incredibly fortunate to see the world with Pat. His business life began as a stock broker with Annett and Partners, moved on to be the Manager of Gormley Green Golf Club and finally retiring from Hopkins Sporting Goods Store.
He was also a great lover of beautiful watches, shiny cars and a well-cut suit.
Ron was a beloved Grandfather who enjoyed all the soccer and hockey games, local theatre productions and youth orchestra concerts that his grandchildren participated in.
Ron and Pat lived in Richmond Hill all of their married life and moved to Delmanor Retirement Home in September 2019. He thoroughly enjoyed his time there meeting many new friends and the many social activities offered.
We will say good-bye to Ron on Friday January 22, 2021 in a small family service.
Ron’s sense of humour, punctuality and sense of fun will be missed by all who knew him.
Online condolences may be left at
In Lieu of flowers please consider a donation to
Alzheimer Society of York Region
2-240 Edward Street
Aurora, Ontario L4G 3S9

We will be eternally grateful to the Alzheimer Society for their support in so many ways. They made a bumpy journey much smoother.
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Donations are being accepted for: ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF YORK REGION.


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Debbie Kwak

Posted at 12:14pm
We met Ron (and Pat) during our travels and quickly looked forward to traveling with them again. Our friendship grew over the past 20+ years and we so enjoyed getting together.
We will always remember Ron as a man of character and class, charisma and charm. A great smile on his face and a sense of fun made him so enjoyable to be around.
“Walk... don’t Gawk” he would tell me as we all explored some fabulous sites.
We extend our deepest sympathies to Pat, who we admire so much, and the entire family.
RIP Ron... hope your are dancing.

Ruby Ward

Posted at 12:14pm
Pat, Sue, David & Families
I only had the pleasure of Ron's company on a few occasions, Mike & Kaitlin's wedding being one and I have fond memories of the kind and humorous gentleman he was. May the memories you have put a smile on your heart forever. Sending healing thoughts
Ruby Ward

Grace Lum-Walker

Posted at 11:32am
David, I didn’t know your dad but if you are anything like him, he was a man full of honesty and integrity. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and Carol.
Condolences to you, Carol and your family.
Lots of love,
Grace and Al.

Betty Romanchuk

Posted at 10:02am
My sincere condolences to Pat & family on the passing of Ron. Ron was a willing, jolly, participant in many activities at Club 66 & outside events. He loved doing Yoga with all the ladies. Many of us remember our team "Ron's Babes" , in the Relief for Life at Richmond Green. Yes Ron proudly wore the pink sign indicating he was Ron. I will always smile & think of Ron whenever I use my walker. Rest in peace dear friend.
Betty Romanchuk

June Blanchette

Posted at 05:39pm
Pat and Family, please accept our condolences on Ron's death. The girls and I will always remember his humor and witty comments, especially when he teased them as they left to go out late at night. When you moved, I missed walking home from Club 66 with him. After playing Poker, he would wait for me to finish working and would say “I need to make sure you get home safely”, even though we lived on the same floor. Ron’s smile and sense of humor will truly be missed.

June, Marise and Shari Blanchette

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