STROMPosted: February 20th, 2015
Ron Strom, of Bow Island, Alberta, passed away on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, at the age of 64 years.
He will be deeply missed by his daughters, Shannon Strom of Bow Island, and Jennifer (Laurie) Kontek of Camrose; three grandchildren Erin, William and Sheldon. He is also survived by his siblings Howard (Cathy) Strom of Sherwood Park, Brian (Diana) Strom of Russell, ON, Bev (Ken) Bygrave of Calgary, and Arlene Strom (Colin Jackson) of Calgary; and numerous extended family.
Ron was predeceased by the mother of his children Pat Strom; his parents Harry and Ruth Strom; and his sister Faith Pritchard.
A celebration of life will be held on Monday, February 23rd at 11:30 am at the Golden Age Center, 210 – 5th Avenue, Bow Island, Alberta.
I am so saddened by the loss of your Dad. He was such a kind, generous and gentle man. He was a dear friend and meant the world to me. I am going to miss our talks, visits, his smiles and laughs. I am so grateful to have had him in my life and will never forget the wonderful times we spent together. RIP my dear friend. I will miss you forever.
Shannon and Jenny, I am so saddened by the loss of your Dad. He was such a kind, generous and gentle man. He was a dear friend and meant the world to me. I am going to miss our talks, visits, his smiles and laughs. I am so grateful to have had him in my life and will never forget the wonderful times we spent together. RIP my dear friend. I will miss you forever.
Dear Shannon & Jennifer,
We were very sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. We knew your dad and mom way back in the late 70’s when you were just little ones. They were a wonderful couple and everyone wanted to be around them and be their friends. We always wanted to re-connect but it never happened. We know you will miss him so much and wish for you much strength and love in the sad times ahead. Take care and god bless.
Gord & Bonnie Reid
I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. We shared many a conversation at the rolling pin. Your Dad was a pleasant, friendly person. It was always a pleasure to serve him when he came in for his daily coffee fix.
Our deepest sympathies are with you and your family. May God be your comfort in the days to come.
Russ from the bakery.
Please accept our sympathy at the passing of your father. We were neighbors for awhile and Ron would shoot baskets with our son Gary. We were just talking about him the other day and thinking about these good memories.
Ken & Dianne Chipman and family
Dear Jen and Shannon:
So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. He was an amazing boss, co-worker and friend. I have thought about him many times over the years. May you find courage, strength and peace during this very difficult time. May your dad rest in peace.