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4 James Street East
Brockville, ON K6V 1J9
Phone: 613-342-2828
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Ronald Morton

Ronald Edward Morton

Saturday, December 29th, 1951 - Friday, March 15th, 2019
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Ron Morton of Prescott and formerly of Newmarket, passed away peacefully at the Brockville General Hospital, Garden Street Site on Friday, March 15, 2019, at the age of 67 years. Beloved husband of Ellen Thompson and cherished father of Heather Morton of Barrie and Christopher Morton of Keswick. Ron will be fondly remembered by his sister Jean Edwards of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; her brother Floyd Morton of Uxbridge, ON and their families. Predeceased by his parents Milton and Edna (Scott) Morton.

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Heather Morton

Posted at 08:51am
Dad had bunk beds for Chris and myself. Dad also had bar stools that served as time out chairs for when we were in trouble. I always had the top bunk. Well one day I was playing on my bed and fell off the top bunk to the floor. Dad assumed Chris pushed me off and said "Kids to the bar stools". We protested with him saying we didn't do anything and that I had simply fallen off. He pauses and says, "Well then get to the chairs anyways, you probably did something and deserve punishment". He was hands down the funniest at punishment and we could never argue with his logic.

Kelly Edwards

Posted at 12:12am
Uncle Ron was a pretty cool uncle. When I was young, about 6 or 7, I remember he was my "hippie" uncle, with long hair and a really nice leather satchel thrown over one shoulder that I used to giggle at and call a "purse". Later, when I was a young adult, he took the time to show me around Keswick and Newmarket when I was visiting there. He managed to bridge the generational gap and put me at ease. Rest In Peace, Uncle Ron.

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