In Memory of

Ronald

Vincent

Seguin

Obituary for Ronald Vincent Seguin

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved husband, father and grandfather Ronald Seguin Sr. at the age of 92.

Cherished husband of Bernadette for nearly 70 years. Treasured father of Debbie (Todd) Sajatovich, Ron (Lina) Seguin Jr., Mark (Andrea) Seguin and Greg (Kim) Seguin. “Pipi” to 7 Grandchildren and 2 Great grandchildren Troy (Katie) Sajatovich, Brendon, Alex (Ashley), Christian, Kyla, Avery and Brady Seguin and Brody and Brinley Sajatovich. Survived by his sister Norma Austen, and predeceased by 4 brothers and 6 sisters. Uncle to many nieces and nephews.

Ron worked for 43 years at Matthew’s lumber and because of his love for building and fixing things, he continued working part time at Home Hardware in his retirement years until he turned 80.

He made lifetime friends through coaching and refereeing and you could always count on him watching every game, dance recital or event that involved his family. When it came to his family, he was always their biggest fan. He was a great man that knew the meaning of hard work, never giving up, and the importance of family. He gave us a million reasons to smile and anyone who met him, knew they were lucky to know him. Even though we had to say “good-bye”, we’ll hold him in our hearts until we hold him in heaven.

A special thank you to everyone that helped support Ron and our family including Dr. Kimberly Silvaggio, St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Paramed, Amy’s Helping Hands, Huron Lodge Nursing Home, and the staff at WRH-Metropolitan Campus.

Visitation will take place on Wed. March 27th, 2024 from 2-5 and 7-9pm at Families First Funeral Home, 3260 Dougall Ave, South Windsor 519-969-5841. A funeral service will be held on Thur. March 28th, 2024 at 11am at Families First Funeral Home. Cremation to follow.

If you so desire, donations can be made to St. Clair College Foundation to establish the Ronald Seguin Sr. Memorial Scholarship for Athletics and the Performing Arts.

Rest in Peace “Sheriff”.