It is with the heaviest of heart I announce the passing of my beloved brother Allan Ross Pagan on September 13, 2021. Born in Orillia on May 11, 1948, Ross passed peacefully in his 74th year at his home in Bolton, Ontario of natural causes.
Ross called Orillia home for the first 60 years of his life, involved in Terrier’s Hockey and the Orillia Fish and Game Conservation Club and worked in the automotive industry until he retired from the Sunshine Car Wash. Ross had a passion for helping others. After retirement he spent many happy years caring for his Mother. Following her death in 2002, he began to volunteer at Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. In 2011, Ross moved to Bolton to be closer to his sister and brother-in-law, and became a volunteer at the King Nursing Home where he was a cherished member of staff until his death.
Ross is survived by his sister Lynn Lubitz and her husband Dan of Orangeville, nephew Josh Pagan and wife Stephanie, their 3 children Sam, Isabelle and Eli of Ottawa, nephew Clint Pagan and his wife Tara of Orillia. Ross leaves us to join his parents, Hubert and Margaret Pagan, and brothers Glen and Bruce, whom he always missed deeply.
Ross touched many lives during his life. He will be sadly missed by Lynn and Dan, their nephews, and their families. His loss will also be felt by his Uncle Bill and Aunt Mary of New Germany, NS, many favoured cousins both on the East Coast and in Orillia, close friends and the many lives he cared for over the years.
Ross, your loss has left a huge space in our hearts. May you rest peacefully in eternity until we meet again.
A celebration of life will be held on October 16, 2021. Due to Covid restrictions, this will be Invitation only.
Condolences for the family may be offered at www.EganFuneralHome.com