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Allan Ross Pagan

Posted By Egan Funeral Home On September 15, 2021 @ 5:47 pm In Bolton Area,Obituaries | 20 Comments

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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


Condolences for the family of “Allan Ross Pagan”

Condolence from Ali Bzovey on September 16th, 2021 12:13 pm

Such great memories with you at King nursing home. You were the helping hand, the shoulder when someone needed to cry, the smile and laughter in the hallways!
You will be truly missed ❤️
Ali Bzovey

Condolence from Allan Squires on September 16th, 2021 1:50 pm

To Ross’s family, I am saddened to hear of Ross’s passing. Ross was a passenger of mine many trips from his home on the north hill to The King Nursing Home or the return to his home when I was a volunteer for CCS. It was always such a pleasure to see Ross and to listen to his stories….. Al Squires

Condolence from michelle alexander on September 16th, 2021 3:23 pm

you were a cherished member of our Team at King Nursing Home. You always had time and would lend a hand to the residents. You always had a smile and joke to share. You my friend will be greatly missed by all, heaven gained another angel today.

Condolence from Mary Ann Johnston on September 16th, 2021 7:24 pm

Ross will surely be missed. He was loved by the residents at King Nursing Home, especially by my Mother up to her passing. He was a kind, caring person.

Condolence from Margaret Chapman on September 17th, 2021 12:25 am

Please accept my sincere condolences. Ross will be greatly missed by all of us that enjoyed his company at King Nursing Home. He was an exception volunteer and was loved by all. Rest in peace Ross.

Condolence from Patrick W. Smale on September 17th, 2021 8:51 am

Lynn & Dan,
Our heart felt condolences on the loss of your brother, Lynn.
We remember him from some the stories my (now deceased mother), Carol Smale (nee Pagan), told us, and stories from Uncle Bill and Aunt Mary, too.
I know he will be fondly remembered, always.
Take care of each other, and know rhat our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family, at this difficult time.
Pat & Carmen (&Noah) Smale

Condolence from Lee-Ann on September 17th, 2021 4:40 pm

Ross I will you as I do right now. I’m so grateful that I met you at Kings and continued a friendship when I left Kings. You are such an amazing caring loving person a shoulder to lean on when things were not good in my life. I will always hold a special part of you in my heart. I miss you already my friend. Until we meet again at the Golden gates. RIP my friend always

Condolence from Vienneau Family on September 18th, 2021 1:00 pm

Will be sadly missed, he was a great Man

Condolence from shannon slack on September 18th, 2021 1:30 pm

Ross, I was so lucky to have gotten to meet and work with you, I will forever miss your jokes and seeing you everyday with your smile that lit up the room. It wont feel the same at king with out you. May you rest in peace.

Condolence from Michelle and Rob Peters on September 18th, 2021 6:30 pm

Our sincerest condolences on the passing of Ross. Such a kind man with a lovely smile. Sending extra love to Lynn, Dan, and all who knew him

Condolence from Rachel Epstein on September 19th, 2021 8:11 am

So sorry for your loss. I didn’t know Ross, but know how important he was to Lynn. May his memory be a blessing.

Condolence from Ingeborg Hoare on September 21st, 2021 8:34 am

Ross will be so missed at King. He always had time to chat when l visited my mom who called him the “label ” man because when she got a new piece of clothing he would put her name on it so it didn’t get lost. He was such a kind and gentle soul. May he rest is peace.

Condolence from Dalbir Khattra on September 21st, 2021 1:13 pm

Ross was such a gentleman, and he would never say no to helping anyone. Ross helped with completing surveys, fundraising, bazaars, tours, audits, gardening help, resident companionship, community advocate for long term care and King Nursing Home, family liasons, relief screener and just about anything else he was asked to do. His gentleness, compassion, caring, infectious smile and laughter will be greatly missed. He was always there when anyone needed his support. Even when he wasn’t doing too well, he pushed himself though and didn’t miss days coming to King Nursing Home. He loved to be here with the residents and lending a helping hand. It was indeed a privilege to know and to work with Ross. We will deeply miss him.

Ross, our Friend, saying good-bye is so difficult and we will miss you.

Condolence from Michelle Cameron on September 21st, 2021 10:23 pm

Ross was an amazing spirit with a huge heart. Ross would help anyone that would ask for his help without hesitation. Ross would help me gather residents for programs, outings, assist me with the cat, as well as prepare the white board before I arrived in the morning. He would come in on the weekend to help out when we were short staffed. He was always there to talk to you when you needed it. I remember he would always bring in a coffee for me in the morning. I miss seeing you as soon as I come in the door. I will miss our conversations and your funny stories and jokes. Your laughter and smile was contagious that I will never forget. Many say that people come into our lives for a reason and Ross has definitely left a lasting legacy of compassion and love towards others.

Thank you for the amazing memories my friend.

Bye for now until we met again.

Condolence from Lindsay Smith on September 22nd, 2021 10:06 am

Ross. We spent many years together at King Nursing Home. You were a HUGE help when we needed a laugh or a shoulder to cry on. You encouraged us to keep going and giving when so many of us were tired and exhausted. You my friend were truly an Angel sent to us at King. You were always there to lend a hand no matter what and no questions asked.
Heaven has gained another Angel.
Until we meet again my friend!

Condolence from GEOFF HEWETT on September 24th, 2021 2:10 pm

Lynn and family.

Been wondering where Ross was for a while. Wanted to call him to say hi but just didn’t. No good reason. Anyway we often talk about the old days at the car wash. Mostly good memories. Ross was always missed and the family atmosphere we had at that business. I’m sure you have lots of good memories. He was a part of my life for many years (I think 32). Take care of yourself.

Geoff and Kathy Hewett

Condolence from David Firth on September 26th, 2021 5:48 pm

Sorry to hear about Ross. We met when I was a volunteer driver with CCS and frequently drove him to King for his volunteering. We had wonderful conversations and stories that we shared. He was a kind, thoughtful, caring person that will truly be missed.

Condolence from Frank John on October 7th, 2021 8:50 pm

Lynn and Family

Very sorry to hear of my old pal and drinking buddy Ross’s passing. I knew Red as we called him for about 50 years having spent many hours at Ross Woodrows garage playing many backyard sports trips to hockey games and the occasional drink .Ross was always up for a good time and willing to do anything ,including helping build my in ground pool amongst many other projects.hopefully he’s now with is old pals Woody, Corky, Bill & Red.

Frank John

Condolence from Brittany on October 14th, 2021 8:15 pm

Ross, you are missed everyday. I miss walking in and waving hello to you every morning! Thank you for everything you have done for us at King Nursing Home and accompanying me on multiple drives escorting residents to where they needed to be. Your bright cheery spirit was truly a blessing to all of us at King Nursing Home, staff and residents.

Untill we meet again,

(attached photo is from Aug 2019 KNH camping trip)

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Condolence from Mary-Lou O’Brien on October 19th, 2021 3:23 pm

My sincerest condolences. Always a cheerful face when visiting my mom at King Nursing Home. Lots of stories and laughs. Rest In Peace ❤️

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