Ronald C. Dziadyk

Victoria, British Columbia


July 3, 2020
Victoria, British Columbia


DZIADYK, Ronald C (Jeds) September 21, 1953 - July 03, 2020 Ron passed away peacefully, with Linda, the love of his life by his side, after a long courageous battle with cancer. He is predeceased by his mother Constance in 2002, father William in 2012, brother Tom in 2017 and granddaughter Lucy...

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Dear Linda and family...our sincere condolences on Ron's passing..we will remember his generosity and kindness and know for sure he is having a cold one with Kevin. Bruce and Debbie Cowick and Karla and Ryan Kennedy

Im so sorry to hear about Ron! We hung around together at Strawberry Vale School together and Esquimalt High. When old classmates and I get together to catch up, Rons name always comes into the conversation. We always remember him as such a kind and good natured person and fun to be with!
My Condolences to all the family and friends!

To dear Linda and family. My first sight of Ron was 64 years ago. He had bright green eyes, red hair, freckles and a big smile. He grabbed my leg and took me to have a look at his new baby brother and sister David and Susan, he was so proud! That has never changed, he has always been so proud of his family and the love of his life, Linda. Till we meet again dear Ron. Love and condolences to the family.

Auntie Joan

Ron was my bench- mate at dockyard for a few years,while he worked on the Army projects. We became fast friends, and Ron always regaled me and others in the shop with fantastic stories, tips for the job, and overall great company. Ron was one of the last "old school" cool guys! He had a heart of gold. From feeding the homeless fella he befriended, to going to a neighbours child's school to "straighten out" the principal for her, Ron was always there for people. What a...

Ron was the light in our family, even as a kid. My brothers and I all stood back to watch him in admiration while growing up. He was like a magnet with people, making friends and telling stories. We heard them a bunch of times, but always listened to them once more, to laugh all over again. His green eyes would get huge and hed pull you in and you couldnt wait to hear another one.
He was so kind to me, his sister, always including me in his wonderful social life with friends. As...

Our condolences to the family. I still remember the Hampton park little
League days. Ron would pull up in the big Black Cadillac with Linda, Ronnie Jr and Jessica always smiling! I was blessed to have the opportunity to work along side Ron and witness his amazing talents in Ship Repair. Still the best BoilerMaker/Welder and Burner I have ever worked with. Ron has left lasting memories with many friends, and coworkers. He will be missed very much by all. Our thoughts are with the family....

So sad to hear. You will be missed by many. It was always fun to see you at the Esquimalt High Grad reunion. I will miss your hugs when we used to meet at the casino. Hugs Linda. May you RIP dear Ron.

Very sad to hear about Ron condolences to Linda and kids, David,Sue went to elementary and Jr high with Ron

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.