Ronald T. Englund
David Lintvedt of East Greenville, PA wrote:
So sorry to hear of these losses, such good people and a strong influence on my childhood. Condolences and prayers for comfort.
James A Smith of Harwich, MA wrote:
Ron is one of my fraternity brothers from Upsala College, East Orange, NJ. God speed to be with your lovely wife. He will be missed by all -- especially his Brothers! May God have blessing on his servant Ron.
Paul Schmiege and Constance Duever of New York NY wrote:
How we were saddened to learn that both Ruth and Ron had passed away. We remember fondly our years in London and how supportive they were throughout our time at Saint Anne's. How good to know with confidence that they now rest in the arms of the Savior. Our prayers are with you all! Paul and Connie
James Nidositko of Falmouth wrote:
Both Ron and Ruth were the greatest neighbors anyone could to have. They were gracious, kind and caring people. I had the pleasure of having biscuits and tea with them a few times and the opportunity to rent their flat in Stretham (London)--what a memorable trip that was thanks to them. They will always be in my thoughts and prayers
Angela Kilmartin of London UK wrote:
Ron and Ruth made waves of joy whichever room, whichever country they were in. My life was altered by being with them and Peter and Gilly Lea Cox. Music, joy, camp Calumet, great friendships and events for fourteen plus years in St Anne's itself from 1986 and ongoing. Iam grateful RandR went to their God together and for knowing them, even though sadness fills my heart Angela Kilmartin, UK
The Rev. Dr. Peter G. Drever Jr. (Retired) of Norridgewock Maine, wrote:
Shocked, but not surprised that Ron would follow Ruth so quickly.I had the pleasure of being a classmate of Ron's at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (1966-1968). Had breakfast with Ron and Ruth in Caribou, Maine a few years ago. Julie and I give thanks for the blessings that came to us from Ron and Ruth. Shalom!