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Joseph Alfred Gerard Ringuette

15 mars 193221 février 2021

RINGUETTE, Joseph Alfred Gérard (Jerry) passed away on February 21, 2021 at the age of 88. He was predeceased by his first wife Rose (2005), and second wife Genia (2011). He is survived by his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. The family is having a private service and internment. Arrangements entrusted to Mandi Wersch of Acadia-McKague’s Funeral Centre.

Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial

Souvenirs

Joseph Alfred Gerard Ringuette

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Cliff Embury

11 mars , 2021

Very sad to hear of the passing of my friend Jerry. Enjoyed his company for many years, going to Tim's for coffee. Always had a joke or story. He will be missed by all who knew him. Rest in peace and deepest condolences to the family.

Lois Spizawka

8 mars , 2021

Dear Jerry’s Family,
My deepest sympathy on the passing of your amazing Jerry! He had such a zest for life and always a smile on his face! I shall miss our rewarding visits over his foot care. Rest In Peace Jerry, your faith surrounds you now.

Verna Hall

7 mars , 2021

I met Jerry when I was 16 and had started my high school job at KFC on Broadway Ave. Jerry would always come over and say hi, he knew how nervous I was at first. I will never forget all the kindness Jerry extended to me over the next two years. Later, I met Paul, we have been lifelong friends. Jerry was such a good man and dad.
Rest in Paradise, Jerry.
May God bless you in the highest.
Verna
Edmonton

Ryan Chomyn

6 mars , 2021

Dear Jerry, my great grandfather (quite literally) All of my memories of you are so fond, I didn’t know you in and out, and for those Christmas’s spent at grandmas house chatting with me about school and future plans, to my favorite phrase of yours, “first one of the day”. You were one hell of a great grandfather! Rest In Peace ❤️

Colleen Ringuette

4 mars , 2021

Jerry,
You were a wonderful Father In Law. We will miss visiting when we go to Saskatoon. The kids miss you dearly also. You were their last Grandparent. My memories if you are many but I was always happy when you saved your coupons for me when I visited. You came to visit us in Ottawa for Christmas one year and we went to McDonald's for ice cream Christmas Eve. Who will we get the weather report for Saskatoon now. Miss and love you lots.

Colleen

Audrey Nelson

3 mars , 2021

To Jerry’s Family,

Your Dad was a good friend to my Dad, Art Sawatsky. I sure enjoyed our coffee times at Tim’s whenever I was in Saskatoon. Jerry was always good for a laugh or two. I am really missing all his emails. May your memories bring you comfort at this difficult time.

Audrey Nelson

Charlene Schuster

3 mars , 2021

My sympathies to all of the family.
So many childhood memories with the Ringuette family !
When we would go down in the basement and listen to music. He never complained!!
I was always greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Ringuette with a warm smile.
Enjoying the maple sugar treats that relatives would bring when they came to town....a house full of people but they still shared some with me.
My heart is with you all and my prayers.
I thank Mr. Ringuette for giving me the best gift in my life...my very best friend ever...Claire!

James/Menchie Dela Pena

3 mars , 2021

Our family extends our condolences to Jerry’s family. He was a very dear friend. Always smiling and very cheerful. When the pandemic started and we can’t visit him, he would regularly send us emails, especially on occasions. Treated us like family. We will miss him dearly. Praying for the eternal repose of his soul.

Chester Thorson

3 mars , 2021

Jerry’s family,
Please accept our condolences on the passing of your dad. I have many good memories of the years we worked together. Jerry was always kind & very good to me.
May all your good memories see you through this big change in your family life.
Chester & Joanne

Jean Guy Ringuette

2 mars , 2021

The memories I have of uncle Jerry go way back to 1967. My familly and I went on a trip by train to visit friends out west and we went to visit uncle Jerry and his family for a few days. First time I flew in a plane. I got to meet all his family and I had the time of my life getting to know all of my cousins. I also remember that uncle Jerry came to visit while he was still in the Air Force. Can't remember the year, I still can see uncle Jerry getting out of the cockpit and greeting all of us who were there.

My deepest sympaties to all of the family.

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