MAH, Ronald (Ronnie) Albert

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ronald (Ronnie) Albert Mah on Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 at the age of 63.

Ronnie is survived by his daughter Jadene Mah of Lloydminster, AB; two grandsons Easton and Karson Mah of Lloydminster, AB; sisters Georgina Ebletoft of Calgary, AB, Debbie Grykuliak (Allen) of Edmonton, AB, and Jaqueline (Juan) Mah of Calgary, AB; brother Gordon (Wendy) Mah of Edmonton, AB; and numerous Nieces and Nephews.

Predeceased by his Mother Eva Florence Baxter, his Father George Kam Ton Mah, and his brother Timothy Mah.

A graveside service will be announced at a later date.

Donations to be made of donor’s choice.


“After I’ve gone” 

After I’ve gone I will still be with you. You will see me in all the sunrises, saying “Good Morning” to you. You will feel me during the cold winter months. When the snow falls quietly, I will be saying “Isn’t it beautiful.” I will be with you during autumn, as the leaves change colors and fall; I will be with you watching silently. I will be with you when the moon is full. I will place the stars for you, so you can reach up and almost touch them. When a soft breeze blows across you, it will be me touching you, and wiping away your tears. As the rain falls and lightning flashes, it will be me playing a song for you….A song of courage and of strength. And you will see me in the sunsets, Saying “Goodnight my friends,” after I’ve gone, I will still be with you.

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My friend, Ronnie: I will always remember your wonderful sense of humour, and how we survived our wilder days. You are a kind spirit, and I know that wherever you may be, you are a guardian angel to your loved ones. Peace, dear friend of mine.

Debra Aubichon/Fulawka

Gone….buddy rest in peace my dear friend Fly high you are FREE….love you much

Gee tee

Rip uncle I hadn’t seen u in a long time but that doesn’t mean you were forgotten, We spoke of u regularly. Many miles strutted with u, many stories, and many smiles. So long Ronnie until we meet again keep jj in line. U wee a good man with a good heart and that’s tough to find these days. Condolences family and friends in your time of sorrow.

Jadene Mah

I will always will love you…. there are really no words to say for the pain I feel…. I miss being able to call you everyday and I feel empty. But I will never forget all the good times I had with you. I know you were proud of me and Easton and Karson. I know you loved us all more then anything… I just miss you more then anything in this world right now. Please watch over the boys and I. I love you daddy.


I never did get the opportunity to meet Ronnie, but I had spoken to him several times over the phone when it came to his beautiful daughter Jadene Mah, an I have to say, everytime she was brought up you could hear the love in his voice for her. RIP Ronnie, you are missed by many.

Jacqueline and Juan

I will always remember my brother with love. I remember the times we laughed together, the sad times, and the times we worried about him. I will remember the talks over popcorn, lots and lots of popcorn. He was always there for us, he helped Juan and I in fixing our home, he worked with Juan for while doing flooring. He was a hard worker took pride in his work he put his all in any project. In Edmonton he told me about (This Little Light) they made and sold lights at flea markets, he was very proud, their motto is “Hope shines brightest in the darkest moments”. I remember of him talking about his daughter Jade and his grandchildren, we was so proud of them. Juan and will miss him greatly and I will always remember him with the fondest memories.

Ada Brydges

Ronnie was a very happy boy and we enjoyed spending time with him when we lived in Edmonton. After we moved away we lost touch but we did visit with him again when we moved to Calgary. May he Rest In Peace and sincere condolences to all of his family. Aunt Ada

Grace Christina Koenig

I and my family will always remember the blond head boy playing with laughter in his voice and and a smile in his eye
as he grew we moved away and never got to know him as a growing boy.
He was a man when I saw him next , married with a little girl
as we moved around a lot the last time I saw him was with all the kinfolks at a gathering in our club house. He was so happy to show off his daughter, so remember him with Love in his heart and pride voice as he was saying good by at the door. I will remember him with only love as he was my sisters boy

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