Ron Webster Death, Obituary – The news of the passing of our previous president, Ron Webster Obituary, has left the STUC in a state of disbelief. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones during this difficult time. For the best part of eight decades, Ron worked tirelessly for our cause as an organizer and labour unionist. Ron was a devoted supporter of our movement. To the extent that we felt obligated to make a one-of-a-kind presentation to him during the 125th Congress that was held in Aberdeen, Scotland.
During this trying time, our thoughts are with Ron’s friends and family as well as those who are dear to him.
We are utterly heartbroken to inform you that Ron went away on Wednesday as a result of events that could not have been predicted in any way. For the past 32 years, I have been the devoted and treasured companion of Sue (formerly Hunter).
Father of Lyndsay (Brett) and Cody (Hallie), both of whom are treasures to me and make me feel immensely proud. The children Alivia, Aubrey, Ruby, and Koda are very fortunate to have a father like theirs. He is Randy and Chris’s cherished younger brother. Before he was born, both of his parents, Lew and Joyce (John), had already passed away. It is a privilege to serve as the son-in-law of Leonard and Marlene Hunter as well as the brother-in-law of Kevin Hunter (Julie), who is the Hunter family’s eldest child.
In the years to come, his nieces and nephews will think of him with a great deal of affection when they recall him. Because Ron was the kind of generous and selfless man who helped others without expecting anything in return, he will be warmly remembered for all time and never forgotten. Visitation will be held at the Reid Funeral Home in Essex on Sunday, April 23, 2023, from 4 until 7 o’clock in the evening (519-776-4233).
The Reid Funeral Home is located at 87 Maidstone Avenue East in Essex. If the family so wants, memorial payments can be made to the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters instead of sending flowers.