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Ronald Murray

Ronald Murray

Monday, March 20th, 1933 Thursday, August 27th, 2020

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Obituary for Ronald Alexander "Ron" Murray

Ron passed away peacefully August 27, 2020 surrounded by loved ones at the age of 87.

Survived by his loving wife May, daughters Michele (Dave Moore), Cheryl (Michele Hue) and grandchildren Tiana and Adam Sarich.

Ron was a life long Fraternal member of the Masonic Order and a noble member of the Shrine. An avid sportsman, Ron enjoyed hunting and fishing. After retirement from the waterfront he got involved with lawn bowling, golf and pitch and putt. The main focus of his life was always his family, grandchildren, work, and the Masonic Lodge. 

Always quick with a laugh or a joke, Ron will be dearly missed by all.

A special thank you to all the staff at Vancouver General Hospital, The BC Cancer Foundation, and his doctors. To all those who sent cards, flowers, and well wishes, the love and support has been greatly felt and appreciated. The funeral will be a private family affair.

“And the spirit shall return unto God who gave it”

Donations can be made to the BC Cancer Agency, and blood donations are encouraged. 

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The funeral will be a private family affair. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the BC Cancer Agency, and blood donations are encouraged. 

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  • Shriners

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Trevor W McKeown

Freemasonry lost a cherished member with the passing of W Bro. Murray. From the time he joined Kilwinning Lodge in 1955, through his leadership and active participation in Centennial Lodge, and later Centennial-King George Lodge, Ronnie was one of nature's gentlemen. He will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 01:42pm via Condolence
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Randy Peterson

Goodbye to a true gentleman. It was a pleasure to work along side of Ron and to have the benefit of his experience. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to Ron’s family...from Randy Peterson
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Pvr

Brother Ron was always great to work with and forever kept us laughing in the lunchroom, he was my mentor and teacher when I first started with Empire Stevedoring and we always enjoyed working together. You will be missed by all Brother!
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