Thomas F. Disney, M.D.
January 24, 2015, 10:36 pm
Dear Mrs. Gunton:
I wish to extend to you my condolences on the passing of your husband . For me, as a former member of the Department of Medicine, I had great respect for him & his exceptional qualities as leader. My wife Nancy who passed away last year & I had great respect for you & Ramsey.
Thank you for your support of my wife & ther participation in the Women's Christian Association. She always spoke of you in kind & caring terms.
Thomas Disney, M. D.
Heather Kelly and Bill Anderson
January 25, 2015, 8:40 am
Jean, we are so sorry about the passing of your father. It is a terrible shock to lose a parent, even when it's expected. Your Dad sounded like a very accomplished man who made a large contribution to his world.
Take comfort from friends and family. All of us back here at 45 Glen Road send our warmest thoughts as you navigate this difficult time. Lots of love; Heather and Bill.
James Hickey, MD, FRCPC
January 25, 2015, 3:28 pm
We were sorry to read of Ramsay's passing and wish to convey our deepest sympathy to you and your family. It was an honour to have known him and serve with him at the Royal College. Arlita and I have fond memories of both of you. We know your grief will be blunted by many happy memories of the past.
Arlita & Jim
Keith and JoAnne Stevenson
January 25, 2015, 7:14 pm
We are so deeply sorry for your loss. Ramsay was a truly special special person to both of us and we will never forget the moments we shared.
January 26, 2015, 9:11 pm
Dear Mrs Gunton and family. While I never had the honour of working with Dr Gunton I did benefit from his kindness and support. When I was a new faculty member , Dr Gunton generously provided much needed support to our fledgling Cardiac Rehab program through donations made in Dr Gunton's honour. This meant a lot to me and our program and I thought that I would share this with you and your family
William and Rachelle Chodirker
January 27, 2015, 5:09 pm
Rachelle and I send our heart-felt condolences to Margriet and family on the loss of Ramsay. I met him as a resident at the TGH in 1964. He recruited me to the medical staff of UH in London in 1967, five years before the hospital opened. Throughout our decades of association as a colleague and as my department chairman, I maintained the greatest admiration and respect for him. He was a role model for me. Until his retirement, both Rachelle and I were also his patients. Ramsay's life was a life well lived. We were honoured to know him and we will miss him.
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