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Ronald Page

1927 - 2016

Visitation will take place at the: Brome-Missisquoi Funeral Complex in Cowansville, 402 River Street, 450-266-6061 Saturday February 27th, 2016 at 1pm, followed by the funeral which will take place at the Complex at 3pm. His ashes will lay to rest at a later date at the Chirst Church Cemetery in Cowansville.

Passed away peacefully at his house in Cowansville, February 8th 2016, at the age of 88, loving husband of Mrs. Helen Wilford Page.

He also leaves to mourn his sons: Robert (Maureen Forster) and Steven, his seven grandchildren: Jeffrey, Benjamin, Timothy, Jessica, Michael, Kevin and Derick, many great grandchildren, his brothers and sisters, brother- in-law and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, and many other relatives and dear friends.

He was predeceased by his son Terrance (Alisa Boult).

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Remembering a dear and cherished Uncle Ronald. Visits with you, Aunt Helen and the boys were always a highlight of our trips to the Eastern Townships. Always in my heart, forever in loving memory.

Diane Wilford

My condolences to aunt Helen, Bobby and Steve. I have great memories of uncle Ronny when we visited them at their home he was a very nice person.

Joanne Bruhmuller Beaulieu

So very sorry for the family and friends of Ronald Page at this most difficult time. He and Helen were wonderful friends of our Mom and Dad, Ed and Evelyn Bruhmuller and we all have great memories of them from all the years growing up in the lovely little town of Cowansville.......one of the many benefits of living in a small town is that people know each other. A special mention to Bob, Maureen and Steven who were in some of my classes and track and field. Thanks for the memories, with the deepest of sympathy, Joanne Bruhmuller Beaulieu.

Judy Bruhmuller Nadeau

So very sorry to hear of His passing. I remember all the church suppers . He was a hard working gentle man.

Ann Jansen

So sorry to hear the news. I will always have great memories of my summers with Ronald and Helen. God Bless.

Donald Wilford

My condolences to the Page families,we ad lots of good memory visiting you with mom and dad.our thoughts and prayers are with you ..R.I.P...uncle Ronald Page God bless you..

Barbara Wilford

I have great memories of uncle ronald and aunt helen. I would visit him with my father gordon and mother jeannnine always fun and like to joke around with me. He was an amazing person. My father bought my first bike from uncle rony :) He loved to take us to his bikeshop he was very proud of it. I am very sad to hear of his passing, my sympathies to all the familly. He will be missed.

Harold & Joyce Bailey

Our thoughts a prayers are with all of you at this time. R.I.P. Ronald

Shirley and Wade Hadlock

Condolences to Bob, Steve and families

Alice Jodoin and Kingsley Champeau

I worked with Ronald at Bruck Mills. Bought a few bikes from him when he had the bike shop. He was always smiling and liked to talk. I also knew his sons. Was sorry to hear of his passing. My sympathies to Bob and Steve and the rest of the family.

Loren and Margot Allen, and Allen Frizzle

We are very sorry to hear this news. Please accept our condolences.

Bruce and Francine Lickfold

It was always a plesure to meet and talk to a real gentleman that he was.Our deepest sympathies to the family.

Harold & Joyce Bailey


Dean and Daphne Mailloux Whitehead

Our Sincere Sympathy to Helen, Steve and Bob and all the Page Families. He was always smiling when we met and He certainly will be missed.

Gayle and Andrew Clarke

We are deeply saddened by your loss. May the many memories of happy times help sustain during this difficult time.

Lucette Mailloux

Deepest Sympathy to Helen, Bobby, Steven and family. Ronald will be missed by all. No words can express feelings in this time of great loss. Sorry I cannot be with you at this time but will talk later upon my return. All take great care.

Ross Morton

Ronald was a brother-in-law and friend. We spent many vacations together and with our wives traveled Canada from coast to coast. He will be missed by many.