Let the memory of RONALD be with us forever
  • 72 years old
  • Born on July 1, 1940 in MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA, Canada.
  • Passed away on January 22, 2013 in MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA, Canada.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, RONALD CARLSON 72 years old , born on July 1, 1940 and passed away on January 22, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by JOYCE CARLSON on 22nd January 2018
Today is the fifth anniversary of your passing, Ron. I miss you so much, would love to see your smile and hear your big laugh. So many things have happened and you missed them. I needed you at those times and it hurts so much but I know you are in a better place with no more pain. love always Joyce
Posted by Kandy Sandford on 22nd January 2018
From the first time we met Ron, he welcome us into his family with open arms.Jordan and I miss his smile, laughter and his loving spirit.We had many life experiences with Joyce and Ron when they would visit us in Ontario.That every time through out the year remembering of the great times with Ron brings smiles, and loving memories.Sadly missed never Forgotten
Posted by JOYCE CARLSON on 1st July 2017
My husband Ron is resting in a safe secure home. He will never be having his ashes spread at the farm as we talked and he just wanted me with him together. This was not possible at the farm as it will not continue to be a Carlson Farm. we loved each other deeply and I will be with him when my time on Earth is over. I was a good loving wife that worked, traveled, laughed and loved together every day of our 28 1/2 years together. He was a great loving husband and can never be replaced. Today is his birthday and I miss him dearly.
Posted by Coreen Thacker on 22nd January 2017
Ron was a 'light'..a sparkler that will be missed..til we meet again
Posted by Keith Sandford on 22nd January 2017
I will always have great memories of the time we shared on your farm and the trip our families took to Quebec. I will never forget your smile, Grandpa Ron.
Posted by Sheila Carlson on 22nd January 2016
Miss his sense of humor, a smile that melts hearts and a heart of gold! Earl and Sheila
Posted by George Harris on 22nd January 2016
What a fun guy, we truly miss his laughter and company.
Posted by Alex And Irene Onody on 20th July 2015
We will always remember how much he helped us out of the mud holes when we got stuck on the farm opposite his. Remember too the visiting over the tractor fenders and over coffee. Miss his catchy smile!!
Posted by Cara Bond on 15th July 2015
Grandpa Ron was the first person to teach me how to drive. We drove an old truck to the garbage dump. I was terrible!! But he had so much patience with me. He was also one of the few people who could tease me and get away with it. I remember his smile and his laugh. They were infectious. I wish he could have met my children. They would have loved playing with him as much as I did as a child. He is always remembered with much love. Gone, but not forgotten.
Posted by JIM AND MARY CARRELL on 15th July 2015
Light a candle. Lay a Flower. Greatly missed
Posted by Doug Sandford on 14th July 2015
I remember all of the great times we had with Grandpa and Grandma out on the farm in Alberta. Those were a few of the best summers I ever had. Grandpa was a bit of a prankster and he always made me laugh. He taught me how to drive, shoot a rifle and how to catch prairie dogs.(even though the prairie dogs were just one of his many pranks) I have not even one bad memory of Grandpa Ron. He was such a good man. He will be forever missed but never forgotten.
Posted by Elizabeth Sandford on 14th July 2015
Our father in law was a truly great man. He was kind, caring, funny and was well loved by all who knew him. We are lucky to have been included in those who both knew and loved. We miss his smile and laughter and think of him often. Jordan and Kandy

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