In Memory of

Ronald

Stanley

Jacobs

Obituary for Ronald Stanley Jacobs

Ronald Stanley Jacobs passed away suddenly at his home in Slocan, British Columbia on April 7, 2023 at the age of 76.

Born in Baie Verte, Newfoundland March 4, 1947, the 3rd of 11 children, to parents Lewis and Emma Jane Jacobs.

Upon graduating from the Baie Verte High School, Ron had hopes of joining the RCMP. Due to height restrictions, Ron was devastated to learn he was half an inch too short to join. As a result, Ron attended a Trades school in St. John’s, NL, to obtain his certificates in sheet metal work and welding. Putting his new skills to work, Ron began his career at the local Asbestos Mine, where he worked until 1973. Packing up the family, he moved west to Fraser Lake, British Columbia, where he began to work at the Endako Mine.

Over the decades, Ron used his trades skills in various towns and cities, stretching from Newfoundland through to the North West Territories and finally resting in British Columbia.

Ron’s favourite pastime included, Broomball, Darts, Softball, Horseshoes, Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Bowling and Cribbage. Ron and his teams won many awards and medals along the way.

Ronald Stanley Jacobs, is predeceased by his Daughter-Sherry Wells-Parents-Lewis and Emma Jane Oliver/Jacobs-Brother-Tom( Ada)- Sisters-Gloria Jacobs and Eva(Jacobs) Greene -Brother in law-Gary Norman.

Left to mourn and cherish memories are Children- Paul(Jessica), Richard, Angela, Shelly Wells, Rhonda and Jeff(Joey) Jacobs-Grandchildren- Casey Wells-Ostafie, Taylor Valliere, Sarah Jacobs-Gaard, Jesse Jacobs, Micah Jacobs, Jade Jacobs, Tristan Jacobs, Annikah Jacobs, Winter Buller, Emma Jacobs, Gavin Jacobs, Bella Corey, Cole Ghafari, Nicholas Corey, and Kristopher Wells-Harvey- Siblings- Jenny Norman, Ralph(Cherry) Jacobs, Edgar(Bernadette) Jacobs, Maxine(Klaus) Boehler, Joan(Jamie) Whibley, Neville Jacobs, and Robert(Elaine) Jacobs -Brother in law-Harry Greene.

The memories Ron made with his countless friends and family will be carried on for generations to come.