Henderson's Langley Funeral Home

20786 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC


Ronald Napoleon LEPAGE

June 7, 1928August 31, 2020

Ronald N. LePage 1928-2020 Ron (Ben) passed away August 31, 2020 at home in Fort Langley surrounded by his family. He and his twin sister, Eileen, were born June 7, 1928 in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Maureen, daughters Pat (Lorrie) and Terry, grandchildren Treven (Cheryl), Lauren, Ben (Tsatia) and Del (Karissa), as well as siblings Eileen, Anita and Lyle and many nieces, nephews and friends. Ron was predeceased by 3 older siblings, Lola, Ken and Charles, and a younger brother, Garry. Ron had a strong work ethic, beginning his work-life at a young age in Fort Saskatchewan. He enjoyed obtaining his private pilot’s license in Edmonton, Alberta. He married Maureen Stannard on July 17, 1953 and his two daughters were born while living in Fort Saskatchewan. He moved his family to Fort Langley, B.C. in 1964. Ron was active in the community where he helped with maintenance on the Fort Langley Hall and volunteered at May Day celebrations. He started a plumbing and heating business with a partner in Langley City called English and LePage. He later started his own company called R & M LePage and focussed on mechanical contracting of pump stations throughout B.C. He also worked as far north as Inuvik and south to Texas, USA. Many life long friendships developed from his work relationships. Ron and Maureen enjoyed travelling many places in the world. In the early 1990’s, Ron acquired a retired GM highway bus which he converted into a motor home. They spent many years travelling south for a few months each winter. Ron was well know for his sense of humour and enjoyed many “get togethers” with family and friends where he would give his legendary cheers - “First today in this position”. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.


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Hugh English

September 15, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Ron. Our deepest condolences to all the family. The many years of knowing Ron have left us with many cherished memories.

Hugh & Sharron English

Gordon Bailey

September 5, 2020

A memory I will always cherish, I met Ron in 1997, He contacted me to build an interior for his bus conversion. For a period of 6 months, while I built the interior, Ron came to my shop in Langley and worked on the mechanical systems for the conversion. He told me at that time they were hoping to travel for ten years, in the new motor home, I remember talking to Ron 15 years later and they were still using the bus. That was wonderful to hear. Ron was the most pleasant customer I have ever had the pleasure of serving. We really enjoyed working together over that time period. Ron and Maureen come to mind often over the years and still do. I am sorry to here of his passing.

Maureen Willey

September 5, 2020

Mrs LePage, Pat, Terry and Family's

I' m so very sorry to hear of Mr. LePage's (Ron) passing.
M. Willey (Bowling)


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