ROSS, Randolph Francis

With profound sadness and much love, we announce Ranny’s untimely passing, on September 29, 2020 at the age of 73 years.
He is survived by his wife Dorothy, his 6 children Debbie, Richard, Andre’, Arie, Trecia, and Lorne, his 9 grandchildren Stephen, Jeremie, Maia, Tyrique, Jayla, Isaiah, Patience, Kylie, and Keyshia, and 1 great grandson.
He will be sadly missed, but lovingly remembered by his special nieces Patricia and Sharon, other nieces and nephews, grand nieces and nephews, and great grand nieces and nephews, numerous cousins, in laws, other relatives and friends throughout Jamaica, England, Canada, and the United States, as well as his union brothers; Ironworkers Local Union 720 Edmonton.
He was predeceased by his brother Byron 1991, mother Iris 1995, father William 2003 and his youngest daughter Dana 2008.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, a funeral service will be held at Serenity North Central Chapel 10129 Princess Elizabeth Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB. On Friday October 16, 2020 at 10:00AM,, with his brother in law Pastor Riley officiating. Interment will follow at Northern Lights Cemetery 15203 Campbell Rd. NW, Edmonton AB.
Memorial donation in his honor may be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation 10985 124 St. NW, Edmonton AB, T5M 0H9

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orville cameron

Ronnie has been a devoted family friend throughout Locksley’s lifetime and he maintained that friendship with the rest of the family to his passing. I enjoyed the conversations we shared, and even though we did not always see eye to eye on issues, we parted amid hearty bouts of laughter. He was a good listener, helpful, kind, and considerate of others. Walk good, my friend!

Marcia Duncan (Cousin)

Ranny, I know that you cannot hear me..But I want to say thanks for all that you have done for me. I can ‘t forget the many times you picked up my kids and me at the Edmonton Greyhound station in order for us to attend the church programs. For me to get to Edmonton in those days with small children under the age 5 use to be such a challenge for me but I would say to myself “If I can just get to the bus station I knew Ranny would pick me up and with open arms welcome us to He and Dorothy’s home for the weekend”
Ranny you were always pleasant full of laughter as if nothing seemed to bother you. I know you were ill but you still lived vibrantly with your illness. Unfortunately you were taken from us way to soon. Cousin Ranny I really miss you, coming to Edmonton will never be the same. We will continue to pray for Dorothy and children . Love you and Rest In Peace.

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