MacLean, Ronald Fredrick Guy

MacLean, Ronald Fredrick Guy

May 28th, 2021

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Ronald Fredrick Guy MacLean, at Victoria Hospital on Friday, May 28, 2021. Loving husband of Shelly (Balabucha). Dear son of Deanie and the late Jack MacLean, of London, ON. Son-in-law of Nick and Lynda Balabucha, of Lucan, ON. Dear brother of Donna, of Montreal, QC; Jackie (Pierre), of Brockville, QC; Joan (George), of Huntsville, ON; and Rick, of London, ON. Uncle to several nieces and nephews. Ron will be deeply missed by his passengers and fellow drivers at Elgie Bus Lines. Cremation has taken place and there will be an interment held at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Ronald are asked to consider the Humane Society London and Middlesex or a charity of your choice.

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Joan ShapcottMy condolences to my mother and to Shelly for the loss of my dear brother. He was taken from us too soon. May he be at peace.
Cathy Van BommelSo sorry for your families loss ... Ron was a cheerful soul here at Elgie Bus Lines He will be dearly missed by so very many of us!
Jennifer JohnsonRon was always the first to come up and he say hi he was a sweet soul abd will be missed I'm so sorry he was taken so soon
Helena HeuvingRon was a good man and friend. Encouraging and quick with a smile. He will be very missed. My deepest condolences to your families.
Cher woodiwissMy heart is heavy, Ron was a fun guy and always had “dumb” 1 liners that would make me either roll my eyes or laugh! He was helpful at work, always there to help you out in anyway. He had a great laugh and a great sense of humour. You will be missed!
Catrina StouteIt is with my deepest sympathy on the passing of a dear coworker and friend Ron ! He was an awesome person and coworker. Ron loved working at Elgie Bus Lines and was dedicated to his job ! He never passed me without saying hello and always complimented me and other coworkers with a job well done ! He will be greatly missed for many reasons, including his cheerfulness with his smile and laughter ! My condolences to his family and friends ! May He Rest In Peace
Olamiji So sorry for your loss Shelly. My condolences to you and your families. May his soul rest in peace.
Sandra PurchaseRon would always have a smile on his face when I saw him at work, not going to be the same there without him saying hi and have a bit of a chat. my condolences to his family
Deb McFarlanRon was a good friend and fellow bus driver. We will all miss his friendly smile and cheerful greetings whenever we saw him at Elgie Bus Lines. My condolences to his family. Rest in Peace Ron we will miss you.
Brenda ShirdelRon love coming to work and was always helpful. It is with great regret that he left this earth to soon. He will be missed.
Audrey GlaeseRon was a joy to work with. Always ready to help out. Very friendly and cheerful all the time. My condolences to his family. I will miss him.
Doug GouldRon was a great friend. Always there to lend a hand, tell a joke and make everyone around him feel welcome. You are already missed my friend. May you see blue skies on your next journey. Rest in peace.
Shelly CauchiSo sorry for your loss Ron was such happy go lucky person he always had a smile on his face. He had a great personality I will miss his hugs RIP Ron
Dawn KimmerlyRon will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was always ready and willing to work and help where needed at Elgie Bus Lines. He was a definite asset. Thoughts & prayers go out to his family.
Tony GlezosRon, my old friend, time passed so quickly, memories faded, but not gone and will remain with me for as long as I am here. From our days back in Two Mountains, elementary school through high school, playing basketball, endless games of street hockey, walking back home from school everyday and hanging out at the park and Diary Queen. We had a great childhood and friendship that I will always cherish. Although we hadn’t seen each other for more than 25 years, how I looked forward to the 2 or 3 times a year we did talk, especially at Christmas when we would bring up old friends and the great times we had and I know you were smiling on the other end. I remember telling you I wish we could both hop into a time machine and just go back for a weekend, but we can’t stop the hands of time. Until we meet again, Rest In Peace my dear old friend, to Mrs Maclean, Rick, his sisters, Shelly and all his friends up in London, sorry for your loss.
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