Ronald “Ron” Quenneville


Ronald (Ron) Joseph Quenneville (February 20 1946-January 10 2020), a resident of Tilbury passed away suddenly Friday January 10, 2020 at the Chatham Kent Health Alliance. Son of the late Bernard (2001) and Agnes (Sheehan) (1991) Quenneville. Loving father of the late Daniel Quenneville (2017), Denise (Moe) Pinsonneault, Cheryl (Dennis) Montbleau , Guy (Stephanie) Dierckens and Todd Dierckens. Grandfather of Ryan Pinsonneault, Jeryn (Samantha) Pinsonneault, the late Marissa (1999) Pinsonneault and the late Dylan (2001) Pinsonneault. Great grandfather Pepe Q of Chelsea, Sydney, Noah and Zoey. Loving brother of Sharon (Dave 2000), Hambrook , Jerry Quenneville, the late Wayne Quenneville (1982) and Carol (Greg) Gardiner. Ron will be deeply missed by his nieces and nephews April, Brandon (2018), Stephanie (Daryl), Brittany (Adam) and Braydon.  Ron will also be missed by many great friends but especially Bill Ure and Pat Richie. Ron spent over 40 plus years driving the highways from coast to coast and all points on the compass as a long-haul truck driver. Over the years Ron developed an affection for pets and even became, in many ways, the family pet sitter. He leaves behind his loving cat Boo.

In accordance with his wishes Ron’s family will be remembering him privately.

29 Comments on “Ronald “Ron” Quenneville”

  1. Awe he was a sweet man. One of my regulars from my Tim Hortons days way back in the day. My condolences to the family and all those that love him.

  2. Sending our deepest condolences to the family, You’re in our thoughts and prayers .
    Mark & Lisa Patrick

  3. So sorry for your loss. Treasure all your memories. Our deepest condolencses to the families.
    Dennis and Donna Regnier

  4. It’s never easy to lose any one , especially a parent . I’m so sorry for your families loss . I hope the memories you have will give you comfort !
    God Bless

  5. Memories are everything in this very sad time ,Ron was a great guy and i am sure he will be for ever missed .

  6. Our deepest condolences go out to the family , our thoughts and prays are with you . The John Bell family.

  7. Our deepest condolences go out to the Quenneville families, our thoughts and prays are with you. The John Bell family.

  8. Dave and myself send our deepest condolences to you Denise and Moe and your entire family. Thinking of you and sending hugs.

  9. Sincere Condolences to Ron’s Family and Friends.We will miss our neighbourly chats . He was a Great Gentleman always willing to help out

  10. Our deepest sympathies to the Quenneville family. Many great summer memories with Ron in my youth. From Darlene Bell and the Bell Family.

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