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August 18, 2017

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August 18, 2017

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April 8, 2016
the loos of someone as special as you will truly leave such a hole in all that loved you and admired you. you are truly a great man and one of the kindest & authentic person I have ever know in my live. Now you can sit with your friend and my Dad and watch all of the hockey & baseball that you want without any pressure.

I know that its not farewell but only goodbye for now.

See you around Ronald...
January 27, 2012
Ron, you will be greatly missed by all of the NHL Community and especially by Wendy and myself, our relationship goes back to my Junior days in Montreal to joining you in St.Louis. The positive experience of knowing you for so long will live with me forever.
January 15, 2012
We ask you, O God, to be our quiet strength and consolation. (from a St. Louis Blues Hockey Fan)
January 15, 2012
Sorry to hear of your loss. I met Mr. Caron in the late 1960's when some of my teammates and I at Boston University used to go to Providence to see the Montreal Voyageurs.

A few years later two of my teammates were Canadian draft picks. I was manager of the team but the manager held a different connotation than it did in Canada. One afternoon as "Team Manager" I got a call in my dorm room from Ron inquiring about the progress of our guys. We had a good laugh and later that year (1972) he arranged for a game between our team and a Jr. All Star team in Montreal. It was the only time I visited the hallowed forum.

Rest in Peace Mr. Caron and may fond memories and faith sustain your family in the days and months to follow.
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