It is with great sadness that the family announces Ronald’s peaceful passing at his residence in Sudbury, on Thursday January 28th, 2021, at the young age of 58 years. He will be profoundly missed by his common-law wife Nicole Hébert Forget and loving children Marc (Rachelle St-George), and Nancy (Sheldon St-Louis), and grand children Julia, Sébastien, Pascal, Alia, and Raymond, and best friend Gérald McLean and nephew Kevin and his wife Lucie and their children Brian and Brielle who were with him throughout his illness, and the rest of his families and friends. Predeceased by his father Anatole and his mother Marie-Rose, brothers Jean-Claude, Jean-Paul, Léo, Lionel, and Noel, sisters Diane, Victoria Fisher, and Thérèse Pelletier. He will be sadly missed by his brothers Martial (Angèle) of Hearst, Michel of Toronto, Ghislain (Chantal) of Mattice, Wilfrid (Solange), Daniel, and Gérard (Cécile) of Kapuskasing, Roméo (Debbie) of Ottawa, Adrien of Lloydminster, sisters Lucille Lafrance (François) of Kitimat, Ghislaine (Normand) of Curran, Noella of Timmins, and Marie-Jeanne of Kapuskasing. Brother in-law of Maurice Hébert (Laurida), Alfred (Barbara), Léonard (Mona), Yvonne Therrien (Roger), Jean-Guy (Suzanne), all from Kapuskasing, and Antoinette (Charlie) of Oshawa, and predeceased by Diane Fortier (late Fernand), and Roland (Ghislaine) of Kapuskasing. Also leaving behind a great aunt Delia McLaughlin of New Brunswick, and great uncle Edmond Landry (Ghislaine) of Sturgeon Falls, as well as many other uncles, aunts, nieces, and nephews. Ronald was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother, brother in-law, and nephew. He was a very happy man, had a great sense of humor, loved teasing and playing jokes, his smile was contagious to everyone. He was a champion at badminton, a really good hockey player, enjoyed jogging, fishing, camping, and travelling. Ronald was an avid Montreal Canadiens fan, loved playing cribbage, loved dancing, was knowledgeable and skilled in construction and mechanic, was a devoted worker and manager throughout his life at Woolworth, Canadian Tire, Giant Tiger, and Waste Management at multiple sites. Ronald was greatly respected and loved to teach how to do things of all sorts. But first and foremost, he loved our Lord Jesus Christ our loving God and Savior, and his and our holy Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and prayed daily. God rest his soul. Due to Covid19 regulations and restrictions, the family will be holding a funeral mass and celebration of life in both Sudbury and Kapuskasing at a later date. Donations can be made directly to Maison McCulloch Hospice, www.maisonsudburyhospice.org, Canadian Cancer Society, or to your foodbank of choice, which was a frequent donating organization of Ronald and Nicole.