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PLUMMER, Henry Robert “Ron”

November 13, 1943 - October 9, 2017

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Visitation on Saturday October 14, 2017 from 9:30-10:30am at PAUL  O’CONNOR FUNERAL HOME, 1939 Lawrence Ave.E(between Pharmacy and Warden) . A complete Funeral Mass to follow at 11am in St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church  ( Markham South of Eglinton)

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8 thoughts on “PLUMMER, Henry Robert “Ron”

  1. Dear family,

    My heart, my thoughts, and my tears are with you his family, in this ordeal, and I would like to offer you my most sincere condolences.Our thoughts are with you in this difficult period of mourning.
    I would like to know what to say… but the words are not enough sometimes, so i wish that good memories going to help you to see more clearly in the mist of the pain you feel today.

    We send you my children and I, thoughts of love. Life teaches us a lot but never prepares us for the loss of a loved one. Give yourself time to cry and your tears bring healing to your soul.

    Mr. Henry Ron Plummer will remain in our hearts and our prayers, as long as we live. His soul is now free and in peace. I pray that you may find patience, courage and strength in this time of mourning, and I hope that in time all good memories will comfort you, and it will lessen your pain.
    All my condolences, once again, to all the family.

    —Simany LIHUA, Toronto -
  2. Mr. plummer’s dedication to the A.C.E. program at Our lady of wisdom school, will never be forgotten. Mr. Plummer was always there for the kids and was a kind wonderful person. As a former night caretaker at Our lady of wisdom, I must say that Mr.Plummer and the ace program guided by Toni and Nicole, and staff made the school a very special place. God bless mr. Plummer. May all the special moments of his presence live on in our memories forever. Thank you Mr.Plummer, You will be missed, John noble.

    —John Noble, Toronto, Ontario Canada -
  3. We express our sympathies to the family and to let you know our thoughts are with you. May the memories of your loved one, ease your loss and bring you comfort.

    —Gemma Fraser, Scarborough, Ontario -
  4. I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your father…. definitely to soon. My sisters and I always looked forward to your father flying into San Diego for dance lessons. He had such a way with words …with his pet names… Little Miss Muffet…and a great sense of humour that kept us smiling through 8′s 4′s and 2′s. Don’t forget … Point your toes…God doesn’t want to see your dirty feet!! :) Mr. Plummer was a brilliant teacher and it was very enjoyable to watch him dance!! We will keep your family in our prayers… all the best !!

    —Shannon Knapp- Wilson, Grand Rapids -
  5. We are very saddened by the loss of Mr. Plummer. He taught Irish Dance for over 20 years at ACE – the After Four Children’s Enrichment Program located in Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic school. He is fondly remembered by the many students he taught and mentored in this beautiful and traditional form of dance.

    —Peggy Crowther, ACE Program, Scarborough -
  6. I am so so sorry to hear of your Dad`s passing, truly he was a good friend to me for many years.I will miss him. His Derry ways and his sense of humour, his aye to everything. He was his own man and a pleasure to have known. I wish you and the family my condolences. No one is ever ready to say goodbye.Mass to be said in his name. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    —Michael Toal ADCRG and Cheryl Ann Toal , Calgary -
  7. I am so sorry to here of your fathers passing.He was my dance teacher back in the day and I loved him dearly!I like to think of myself as his favorite!He stayed with us a lot in Detroit as did you kids.You were all the apple of his eye from day one.He was so proud of you all!I still remember my mom repeating him up,out dine!!!He was the best teacher and I’ll never forget the night we drank Irish coffees all night until the early morning!My sister and I came out for a long weekend and stayed with you all.I saw him at a feud about five years ago when my daughter was competing for the first time and we tried getting together but it didn’t work out.If any of you ever get to the Detroit area please look us up.My 92 year old mother sends her love and her condolences.If you ever need anything don’t hesitate to call .heartbroken.love Colleen Bausman(Brennan)and Rosaline Brennan xoxox