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I worked with Ron at the National Sports Centre for Cardiff in the late 70's, he was my supervisor. We spent many hours reminiscing about his footballing years with Cardiff City and Wales. My late Father-in-law Tom Lyons who was a reporter for the Daily Mirror, spoke about Ron with a lot of affection. I lost contact with Ron when I moved from Cardiff with my job but I will always have fond memories of a true sportsperson and genuine gentleman.
Left by Gerry Hurley: 06/09/2015
As a little girl I was so proud that Ron was my cousin. My dad and his were brothers, but sadly my dad passed away when I was 4 so we lost contact with quite a lot of family. To us though, Ron was someone to look up to and be proud of. Especially even after he retired from the game the help he gave to others we admired. I only wish that in his lifetime we could have told him this, but I'm sure his wife and family will take comfort in knowing that others do care. I know how touched I was when someone that had known me at school 55 years ago e-mailed me to say how sorry they were; that just proved to me what a lovely person Ron must have been for them to have remembered he was a relative of mine. Thanks Ron for my proud memories I will always treasure them, and heartfelt love to all your family. Pat Small nee Stitfall. Manchester.
Left by Patricia Small Nee Stitfall: 24/07/2008
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