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Thompson Funeral Home

530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON

OBITUARY

Edwin "Ron" Ronald Wyatt

March 23, 1935November 14, 2019

Edwin "Ron" Ronald Wyatt was born on March 23, 1935 in Toronto, Ontario and passed away on November 14, 2019 in Newmarket, Ontario.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, November 18, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 18, 2019

Memories

Edwin "Ron" Ronald Wyatt

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Kelly Jenic

November 19, 2019

Dear Gramps,

I never got to tell you just how much you crossed my mind.
Or about all the little things you did that to make me feel accepted all the time.
You may not have known it, but you made a difference to me.
You accepted me for who I was and loved unconditionally.

I remember the many times we shared, memories that will forever remain.
But the one I hold near and dear was my wedding day, the picture of you and me forever embedded in my brain.

You accepted me as though I was your own, a true blood relative.
And for that, I'm forever grateful for there is no better gift.

But for now our time together must end, and you get to live in peace.
Amongst the house of the Lord, where only the best souls get to be.

May we met again someday,
Love Kelly

Brent & Becky Valois

November 18, 2019

To Bev, Bill and Family

We send our condolences love and support. Sorry for your loss.

Brent, Becky and family

Christy Wyatt

November 18, 2019

Today they will lay to rest my Grandpa.

A man like no other that is for sure, one who like my cousin (Nicole Wyatt) so perfectly described had a rough exterior but especially to us three grandkids was a teddy bear inside (and I will add) a man full of smiles and ready to do anything for us he possibly could..

A man who made the three of us feel like we were "ultra" cool because he made the best Shirley Temples. Sunday morning brunches after church were always so yummy and maybe Scott Wyatt's reward for going to church (I'm not sure he always enjoyed going - lol).

This is the man who walked all over Disney World and would not leave until I saw Donald Duck to get signature in my autograph book and a picture, ask me how old I was? I believe 14 but I could be wrong, but he knew I loved Donald and it took us two days but we finally saw him. I was more than ready to throw that towel in but he was not going to.You definitely learned perseverance from him (some might call it being stubborn).

There are many things that I could write about this special man, things that will forever hold him close to my heart but I have one memory so very close that not many people know and this one is for my beautiful Nana. As most of us know Nana has MS, every year in school we would do a read a thon for MS and you could pledge per page, per book, totally up to you. I loved reading so it was a great way for me to learn to fundraise at a young age. Anyway every year he would pull me aside and he would be sure to add at least $25.00 to whatever they had originally pledged if I kept it a secret from Nana (all he wanted was them to find a cure for this disease). I kept those secrets for a long time Grandpa but I think on this day its a good idea for our dear Nana to know just how much you loved her and besides for those who knew the rough exterior guy I wouldn't mind them knowing that Teddy Bear guy Nicole, Scott and I had the pleasure of loving for oh so many years.

Sara Gould

November 16, 2019

To Bev and family,
l am so sorry for your lost love sally and joey and family he is with mom and todd now having a party

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