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Ronald Albert Tidgwell

1939 - 2021

Lower Sackville


Ronald Albert Tidgwell, 81 beloved son of Harold Way Tidgwell and Alice Maude Tidgwell (nee Buffett) passed away at home on the morning of February 4th 2021 with his loving family by his side.

Ron was born to Alice and Harold in Halifax, Nova Scotia on November, ‪23 1939‬. He went to school in Sackville. He met and married his adoring wife of 57 years, Judith Ann Tidgwell (nee Brigley) in Sackville NS. They had three children, Kim Dorey (nee Tidgwell), Dawn Tidgwell, and Ronald...

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Donna Hurshman

February 20, 2021 1:37 PM

I will always remember Ron as a kind and loving person, Rest In Peace Ron, now you, mom and dad can get back to your card games again. Sending my deepest heartfelt condolences to my cousins ,Judy, Kim, Dawn and Ron and their families. 

Ben Seeley

February 15, 2021 12:18 PM

I remember Uncle Ron always having a calm and positive demeanor. Growing up I enjoyed my visits with him and Aunt Judy very much. My favorite memory is probably the one when Uncle Ron took me to work with him to the dealership with snowmobiles and ATV's. After working in the shop with him, his boss said we could take home one of the big Artic Cat snowmobiles to play with that evening. Uncle Ron let me ride it out around the field for hours, only asking I check in with him to let him know when I was coming and going.  Uncle Ron made me feel very loved, he trusted me and believed in me.

Sharon Ward

February 9, 2021 10:27 PM

I had the honor of illustrating the front cover of a book he had written. He was indeed a talented man with a very creative vision. RIP Ron and my heartfelt condolences to the family.

Donna Wisen

February 9, 2021 7:28 PM

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Kim Dorey

February 9, 2021 12:13 PM

Hard to sum up the life of a super hero in a few words. His family was always first and foremost. My earliest memories of my very happy childhood are of him on the floor with his 3 children jumping on him and laughing.. Around 10 i recall him reading stories to me with our favorites being the Lord of the rings and Hobbit trilogies. He had a wide variety of interests and was always learing and teaching new things such as computer languag/programing and assembly. At the dinner table we chatted about politics/current events and history. He had wonderlust ( with he passed on to me) he loved travel, camping and long drives. He loved a good lightning storm. Into adulthood he helped me with my college papers and rescued me out of more than a few jams. He was an amazing grandfather that adored his grandchildren. When my son was born dad started writing children's book and poems. He was easy going, quiet and a good joke and to laugh. My hero is an angle and I'll miss you dearly dad.💋💋💋

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