Ron Charbonneau
It was with deep regret that the college announced the passing of Ron Charbonneau on Friday, March 1, 2002. Ron was an original staff member at Vanier College and spent almost 32 years as a dedicated teacher of History, and member of the department of Social and Cultural Sciences. He is greatly missed by his colleagues,

friends and students and is remembered for his passionate interest in History, which he so wonderfully transmitted to those around him.


Updates:
History faculty member Jim Najarian wrote an article about Ron for the VCTA Newsletter.
Click here to read it in its entirety.

Former student John Mundie wrote to us in March 2007 to recount his fond memories of learning from Ron. Read his message.

Former student and friend Carol Jarvis Stewart wrote to us in January 2007 to express her surprise and sadness on finding out about Ron's passing. Read her message.
Former student Ernie Jodoin wrote us in August 2006 to share his reminiscences of Ron. Read his message.

Former student Neal Ford wrote to us in May 2006 to express his sadness on discovering the loss of a teacher who made an impact on his life. Read his message.

Former student Ron Csillag of Toronto wrote to us in October 2005 to share his fond memories of Ron Charbonneau. Read his message.
Fellow History teacher Abigail Sibley recalled for us that Ron was an avid gardener whose specialty was lilies. 

Note: If you have either info or photos of anyone listed on our Memorial website, we'd appreciate your sharing them with us. Send photos by internal mail to Denis Lafontaine, N215. They will be treated with care and quickly and safely returned.You can email written memories to the following email address. Thank you.

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