Ron and Sherron were married on February 1, 1963 in Victoria, BC where they remained until 1978.  The family moved to Calgary and remained there until 2006, when Sherron joined Ron in retirement and they returned to Victoria.  Their children and grandsons joined them soon after.

Ron was a proud Red Seal Carpenter and worked in the industry in both Victoria and Calgary.  The last 17 years of Ron’s work life was spent with the Calgary Board of Education Facilities Services, a job that he often said: “the best job I ever had”.

Ron leaves behind his adored wife Sherron (nee Arnold), of more than 57 years, his sister Joan Barrick (Manuel) and her family; cherished children, son Larry and former and much-loved daughter-in-law Judy Gabor (Calgary), daughter Laura and best friend Darin Kourie and grandsons Gregory and Kyle, great-grandson Grayson and his mother Kayleigh McColl.  Also, he leaves sisters-in-law Anne Hughes (Bob) and Sandy Gibson, many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends, especially the Jerry the late Wayne Morris family.

Condolences may be offered to the family below.

McCall Gardens

  • Joanne Fox

    My mom Rita and I were so sorry to hear of Ron passing. You are in our thoughts.

  • Patricia J Steer

    I was so sorry to hear a about Ron passing away. He will be greatly missed and remembered with great fondness.

  • Lisa Mulholland

    I have known Mr Fox (Ron) my entire life and the family very well he was a great friend to my dad and the whole family was like our extended family they are wonderful people and we will miss you I hope you see my dad is heaven love Lisa and family.. xxoo

  • Gwyn and Linda

    Ron never passed by without a cheerful hello and a “thought for the day”.
    He had a solution for everything and no task or situation was too small for his attention.
    We will miss our daily encounters with Ron accompanied by his beloved faithful, furry side kick.
    Our condolences go to Sherron and family.

  • Linda Arnold

    Our sincerest sympathy to you Sherron and family. It has been a long time since we were altogether but I do vaguely remember Ron ! This is a year of true sadness affecting us forever….May he rest in peace
    Sending you love and hugs from all of us here in Quebec

  • Toni power

    My heart is heavy. Ron was such a bundle of fun. Sherron always kept him in check, and he loved that. So many memories that make me laugh. Losing his eye brows bbq’ing, fighting for the salt shacker, and teaching me how to dance to the oldies. What an amazing journey that only age, and time can appreciate.. Until we meet again, my friend☺

  • Catherine Clarke

    Am so sorry for your loss I will have you all on my prayers ♥️♥️ Love you Laura xoxox

  • Judy Gabor

    Dear Family and Friends of Ron Fox, my sincere condolences go out to you all. I am very saddened by the news of Ron’s passing. Most interesting, funny and loving Man. I will always cherish my fond memories of him and there were lots. May Peace surround you all knowing Ron has no more pain. I thank him for being the Father I never had. R.I.P. Ronald George Fox. Love to you all ♥♥♥

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