Ronald Mc Kenna

With deep sadness we announce the death of Ron (Hooter) McKenna, who passed away at home in Verdun on 10 March 2024 from a pulmonary embolism.

Ron, retired from FedEx, was an avid fisherman, and a purveyor of lake sports.  He loved his family and friends (and football) well.

He will be sorely missed by his wife Annie Pollock, his daughter Kayla Pollock McKenna, son-in-law Zachary Perreault, his brothers Leander (Maureen) McKenna, Frank (Jasmine) McKenna, and his nieces and nephews Jen, Chris, Kerry, Duncan, Michele, Rachel, James, Gina, Tony and Tanya.

Visitation will be held at Actuel Funeral Services from 2pm-5pm, followed by a celebration of life from 5pm-6pm, on 29 March 2024.


4500 rue de Verdun
H4G 1M3
Vendredi, 29 mars 2024

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We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Ron will be missed. We have so many fond memories of your inimitable “Hoot’n’Annie” style hospitality up at your cottage on shimmering Silver Lake. The fine feasts, the fires, the heart-stopping tube rides, the music, and the laughter… and your beautiful garden…it’s a tapestry of happy times we will always cherish. Much love and sending you peace from “The Folks at the Cabin”. Sue, Steve, and Jess.

Susan C., 30 mars 2024

My condolences 💐. So sorry I didn’t make it I really wanted to be there I’m sorry

Lisha S., 29 mars 2024

My thoughts are with you and your family. Please accept our sincerely condolences. Be kind and gentle with yourself. Take your time and know that you have my support.

Donny S., 29 mars 2024

It is with profound sadness thar Linda and I share with Annie and Kayla our deepest sympathies for the loss of a husband and a father. At times like this, you so want to alleviate the pain accompanying such a loss & somehow you feel words aren't enough. Annie, Kayla just know that we are thinking of you and you and Ron will be in our hearts & prayers. Knowing that Ron is now with his Dad & Mom and that issues will be resolved should hopefully bring you a small measure of solace and maybe ease the pain. To Lee & Frank, having lost a brother, I can imagine your sense of loss and the pain. I can assure you that, while time will slowly alleviate your pain, your memories of Ron will never dull and there will come a time when those memories will bring a smile to face ,without the pain. Ronnie, my cousin, I know we will meet again and I so look forward to seeing you laugh again. Love to the family Norman & Linda Beaufils

Norman B., 27 mars 2024

Goodbye Ron, hope you are on the lake, fishing and catching those big ones all you want now. That's the way I'll remember you always. You were a good man, so patient and helpfull and I really appreciated your friendship Ron and Annie. My sincere condolences to Annie and Kayla and all the family and numerous friends . We will miss you Ron. Carole Dumont

Carole D., 25 mars 2024

My most sincere condolences to annie and the family. Was a privilege for me to spend time with you your wife and your daughter. I will never forget those beautiful and memorable day’s fishing with you Ron at the beautiful lac Argenté. Rest in peace old man! Love. JF

Jean-Francois D., 24 mars 2024

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