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Born: Apr 15, 1958

Date of Passing: Jan 01, 2023

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April 15, 1958 – January 1, 2023

Suddenly on January 1, 2023, at age 64, Ronald Edward Dearman of Thompson, MB left this earth to become an angel among the stars.
Ron worked in a meat packing plant to pay for his education to enter the law profession. He was well versed in many aspects of law and never stopped learning. He was caring and meticulous with all his friends and clients.
Ron's interests varied from books, politics, music, history, wine, science fiction, countries' histories, nutrition, and sports especially baseball and hockey.
Ron earned the distinction of B (Hons) in Classic Studies, made the Dean's List in University of Manitoba and a prestigious 2008 pro bono award from the Manitoba Bar Association for work in helping to enhance access to public interest in legal services in Manitoba.
He leaves to survive him his wife of 34 years, Linda, his son David Dearman and grandson Daxton (Mel), stepdaughter Jodi Pawlachuk (Kirk), his stepson Todd Dearman/Trubiak, his siblings: Jack (Ana), Christine (Frank Zamkotowich), Clifford, George, all of Winnipeg and Kathleen (Jim) of Calgary and many nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by his parents, Robert and Rosemary.
Meeting Ron at his new abode were his pets, Kato, Spock, Roscoe, and eventually Turq.
Ron's physical body has left us but just a glance at the stars reminds us he is still watching over us.
A celebration of Ron's life will be held at a future date.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 13, 2023

Condolences & Memories (1 entries)

  • Our condolences to all the family on the sudden loss of Ron. Although I have not seen Ron or the family for many many years, I have many fond memories of Ron and his family, playing football and baseball in the back field by the creek, and the kind hospitality of his family when invited in for meals. Such a lovely lovely family to have had the priviledge of knowing. Sincerely Susie (nee Salter) and Gord Sherman - Posted by: Susie Sherman (Old neighbour of The Dearman Family) on: Jan 17, 2023

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