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Ronald Brickey

Ronald Scott Brickey

Tuesday, March 19th, 1940 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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80, of Clyde Township, passed away on Monday, April 6, 2020, at Lake Huron Medical Center, following recent months of health struggles.

He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on March 19, 1940, son of the late Sidney and Rose (Jaworski) Brickey.

Ron married Loui Lea Heslop, on October 28, 2001, in Flushing, Michigan.

Ron graduated from Mile McDonnell High School in Winnipeg and continued his education at The University of North Dakota and Northwestern Medical School where he became a Physical Therapist. He built his businesses, Ron Brickey Associates in Port Huron and Rehabilitation Specialists in Troy. Ron liked playing golf and hockey. He loved being a hockey coach and also had a passion for photography and swing dancing. Anything he did, he did it at 400%.

Surviving in addition to his wife Loui of 18 years are his three children, Katherine (Fred) Smith of Roseville, Scott (Paige) Brickey of Burtchville, and TJ (Magdalena) Brickey of Clinton Township; two stepsons, Ryan (Mika) Heslop of Montrose and Travis (Christina) Heslop of East China; 11 grandchildren, Timothy (Sarah), Breanne (Joel), Sydney, Scooter (Ronald), Caitlin, Nadia, Zoe, Nicholas, Alex, Skyler, and Abigail; and two brothers, Robert (Janice) Brickey of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and Roger Brickey of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

A private family visitation has taken place. Arrangements were provided by Smith Family Funeral Home in Port Huron.

Memorials are suggested to the Port Huron Hockey Association.

For information and guestbook, www.smithfamilyfuneralhome.com
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Patsy Sheehan

Posted at 12:02am
Ron hired me at St.Johns Hospital in fargo , which was my first job. He also encouraged me to get help for an alcohol addiction I had in 1975. I have been sober ever since. He taught me many massage techniques. Now he is at rest & is free of pain. Sorry to see of his death this year.
LH

Lisa Hunt

Posted at 02:53pm
Ron was a great boss and teacher ! I enjoyed 5 years working with him before I moved . What I remember most, his fish, (because I came in one morning and the eel had jumped out of its tank into the whirlpool room) . Pepe-( the beautiful bird that bit me ) and the other birds . He started photography when I was there and I’m posting the only photo I have of Ron that I hold dear because I loved all my co- workers there! Working for him was one of my most favorite jobs ! Rest easy Ron ! Love and hugs to his children . Lisa Hunt
 
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Kathytannahill@yahoo.com Posted at 07:05pm

Thanks Lisa fornthe kind words
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susan wagenschutz Carole Findley's daughter

Posted at 08:33pm
Ron was an incredible person as well as my incredible boss for 17 years. He is unforgettable man. Deepest condolences and prayers. Carole Findley
 
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Lisa Hunt Posted at 03:20pm

I lost contact with Carole and Anne and had kept in contact with them for a long time after I moved to Tn . I hope they are well. Lisa Hunt
 
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Lisa Hunt Posted at 03:20pm

I lost contact with Carole and Anne and had kept in contact with them for a long time after I moved to Tn . I hope they are well. Lisa Hunt
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