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Strassburger, Ronald (Ron)

April 8, 2024

Ronald (Ron) Strassburger

It is with great sadness that the family of Ronald (Ron) Strassburger announce his passing on April 8, 2024 at the age of 84.

He was predeceased by his parents Peter and Ida Strassburger; son Ronald Strassburger; and sister Susan Schram.

Ron will be lovingly remembered by his wife of almost 43 years, Eileen Strassburger; son Jeff Strassburger (Coreene); daughter Michelle Strassburger; son Kevin Strassburger; daughter Bonnie Young; son Troy Young; son Trent Young; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; numerous loving extended family members, very devoted loyal co-workers and friends.

Thank you for the great care Ron received at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre, Sunset Special Care Home and Regina Lutheran Home for the past 18 months. Special thanks to Fr. Jake Ibay and Rose Marie for their spiritual care.

A Private Gathering will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Ron may be made to Parkinson’s Canada or the Alzheimer Society of Canada.


Jackie Heisler-Wittal

Medicine Hat Aberta Canada

Sending condolences to cousin Eileen and family with the loss of your husband/father. So sorry to hear this sad news. RIP with the angels 🙏 Jackie Heisler-Wittal and family

Tom Crosby

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Uncle Ron, you were always my hero. Thank you for being there for my family when my Dad died in Las Vegas, Nevada. I will never forget that you and Eileen were there for us when I could be. You have my gratitude forever. You and my Dad both made outstanding police officers. You have always been in the right place at the right time, pulling me out of trouble. I was always proud of you and my Dad with the Regina police service. I believe and still do, that you were the best cop in town. You gave yourself to the service of responding and helping others. You were always fair in what you did. I am proud of you, Uncle Ron. Thank you for your service; I was only happy I had a chance to say goodbye to you. I love you, Uncle Ron. I'm going to miss you. Till we meet again, Tom Crosby.


Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Dear Dad ❤ (aka: silver fox or strass) Its been just a few weeks since you left us to see Ronnie! I know your in a better place and not suffering anymore! You are the best person in my 59 years on earth and I will never forget you and will always love you! Little story about My Dad: Ron (Dad) The hardest working man I Know! started with the Regina police service in July 1960 and retired in November 1987. He was very proud to be a police officer. He helped start the SWAT team in Regina and belonged to one of the original teams for the Regina to Balgonie Bed Derby. Ronald was a very hard worker and took up landscaping, first with R & R Concrete/ Construction and Elite Concrete/Excavation, and then later with Artistic Landscaping. He was also an avid jogger and liked to stay fit. Ron enjoyed travelling to Arizona with his wife Eileen for the winters. And absolutely loved riding his Honda Goldwing motorcycle. These are things He really Enjoyed. When it came to my Dad he really loved and never judged any and all of His Kids and grand children & great-grand kids. We will all miss you and love you Dad / Grandpa 😢

(Son) Jeff Strassburger (Coreene); his granddaughter, Shandee Waldbauer (Cynthia Hunt) and great grandchild, William Waldbauer-Hunt; his granddaughter, Shea Strassburger (Colton Crone) and great grandchild, Lucy Crone; his grandson, Chase Strassburger (Sydney Ulrich) and great grandchildren, Leah Strassburger, and Rylan and Joel Ulrich; his granddaughter, Carly Sigda-Holyoak; his granddaughter, Kristen Sigda-Holyoak; his son, Kevin Strassburger; his daughter, Michelle Strassburger; his granddaughter, Tamara Hayashi; his granddaughter, Shayla Hayashi; his grandson, Keifer Smithson ; his daughter-in-law, Judy Strassburger; his grandson, Travis Fraser, his grandson, Scott Strassburger; his grandson, Ryan Strassburger (Carla Myers) and great grandchildren, Noah and Remy Myers; his daughter, Bonnie Young; his son, Troy Young; his grandson, Dallas Young; his son, Trent Young; his grandson, Turner Young; Love your family ❤RIP❤

Bonnie Young

Regina Sask Ca

Dear Pops, I am finally coming to terms that you are really gone. You stepped up to the plate during my teen years when I needed a father the most. We may have had some rough times but your love for mom and me and my brothers shone through in everything that you did for us and I will be forever grateful to you. You have left a positive lasting impression in my aching heart that can never be erased. If anyone deserves to be called home to God it is you. Till we meet again. Love you forever, Bonnie

Ken Gartner

Grenfell Saskatchewan

Ron was a dedicated and trusted member of RPS in every respect. Definitely made a difference to anyone he worked with and many others that knew him. He will be remembered as one of the good guys. RIP Ron.

Micheal McPhersin

Kinookimaw Beach Saskatchewan Canada

My condolences to his family. I worked with Ron in the RCP. He had a big heart of gold!!

Deanna & Dwayne Radmacher

Edenwold Saskatchewan Canada

Sincere sympathies to Eileen and families on the loss of Ron, her rock! He will be dearly missed but is in a better; place. RIP Ron.

Arlene Eckert

Regina Sk Canada

My sincerest condolences are extended to my cousin Eileen and her extended family on the recent loss of her husband Ron. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of grief. Know that others care. RIP Ron. ❤️

Al Hunt

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

I would rate Strass as one of the very best people I’ve known over the years. He will be greatly missed.

Helen Capps

Henderson Texas USA

Ronnie was my sweet little cousin, we grew up together. I had not seen him in years, but I never stopped loving him My thoughts and prayers are with his family. He was a handsome guy❤️❤️❤️

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