MUNRO, Ross Robert– Age 76, of Thamesville, passed away on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Beloved husband of Carol Munro (Huff) for 55 years. Loving father of Sherry (John), Sherman (Lisa) and Chip (Tracy). Cherished grandfather of Taylor, Megan, Mitch, Nic, Tila, Ethan and great grandchildren Octavia and Harper. Predeceased by his children Robert Duncan, Roberta Joanne and brother George Munro (2008).
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Cremation has taken place.
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Diabetes Canada. www.diabetes.ca (Cheques mailed to funeral home please).
Carol, Sherry, Sherman, Chip and families, Gina and I were deeply saddened to hear of Ross’s recent passing. Ross was a dedicated and talented Mason and I greatly enjoyed travelling with him both near and far since joining Star of the East and during my term as DDGM for the Chatham District. It seemed no matter where we went, everyone knew him. I looked forward as well to working with him every August at the Car Show over the last number of years. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this challenging time.
Ross will be greatly missed by our Fraternity. He always had valuable insight to share, and together with the late Bro. Gosnell inspired many of us more recent additions through their travels. Please accept our condolences.
Ross was always up for a visit and sharing stories and experiences, he will be missed in his big circle of friends. Our sympathy to Carol and family.
First met Ross about 60 years ago when he worked at the Harvester. About 35 years later at a meeting in Blenheim he introduced himself to a new EA and he asked my name.He came back and wondered if I ever knew a Gerry Robert. Ross said he used to go to the farm after work for a few drinks and remembers that he had a pile of kids.I replied that I did know him, we called him Dad. Been friends ever since. I will sorely miss him. Condolences to the family.
Growing up with Ross’s children and as a neighbor, I have many good memories of Ross. He was the pilot in my first every plane ride, and Carol and Ross always were warm and kind to me, even when Chip and I were tearing up the fields on our dirt bikes and ATV’s. Cherish the memories. All my love to the family.
Ross was a true friend and Brother and will be greatly missed in our Fraternity. His opinion and advice always appreciated and respected. Sincere condolences to Carol and his family.
I am so saddened to hear the passing of Ross. A great Mason and a pharmacy customer. My deepest condolences to Carol and family
Murrray Dale PAGC
May 26, 2021 @ 9:51pm
Met Ross a number of years ago, enjoyed weekly conversations with each other.
He was a dedicated Mason and a gentleman who you wanted to be a friend of.
My sincere condolences to the family RIP my friend.
Always enjoyed being in the presence of Ross – he will be missed by manny.
Deepest sympathy to the Munro family
Very sad news. My most sincere condolences to the family. Ross was a kind man, was always a pleasure to sit and chat with him. I will cherish his memory.
Met Ross several years ago, he was a true gentleman and always a pleasure to meet.
I have known Ross casually for a number of years through Masonic circles.
He was a fellow I always looked forward to meeting and visiting with. I found him to be humourous and engaging.
My sincere condolences to all of the family and his many close friends.
My sincere condolences on the passing of Ross. I first meet Ross in our travels of 2009/10. From then on it was always a pleasure on many occasions to be in his company throughout the Sarnia & Chatham Districts.
Dear Carol and family,thinking of everyone at this difficult time.Sending our condolences. Mary,Donna and Robert Munro and families.
We would like to express our condolence to Carol and the family. So sad of Ross passing
It is with deep sympathy that we express our sincere condolences to the Munro family. We all will miss Ross and his humour. May God Bless you all