Discussion in 'Veteran Accounts' started by bexley84, May 30, 2021.
Condolences to the family, a sad loss.
I appreciated his comments and advice.
Very sad to hear this news.
Thoughts with his friends and family.
May your god be with you Ron, Sadly missed.
Some time ago I posted something on this forum about being very interested in the day-to-day lives of those (like my dad) posted to North Africa and Italy; e.g. what sort of things they did when not under attack, and how they passed the time.
I'd never met Ron, but within an hour we were talking over the phone like a couple of long lost friends. It was a conversation I had never had with my own dad. What a generous, friendly, remarkable man.
As others have said, he has left a rich legacy of information from what is probably the most important period in 20th century European history.
Its our job now to keep it safe for future generations.
Thank you Ron.
Very sad news indeed. We are slowly losing a generation that I doubt we will see the likes again, we owe them the greatest of debt’s, we owe them so much.
Condolences to Ron’s family and friends.
Rest in Peace Ron.
Very sad news indeed.
RIP Ron Goldstein.
Such sad news. Ron was a true Gentleman often bringing common sense and tolerance to a post when they were needed. At the going down of the sun and in the morning ..........
RIP Ron , you’ll be missed
Such sad news. My sincere condolences to his friends and family. A true gentleman who was always so helpful to so many. RIP Ron you will be greatly missed.
Sorry to hear the news, a gentleman in both senses
Sad news, RIP
Rest easy Ron.
RIP, Ron. Always friendly and helpful - a sad loss.
I am very sorry, he was a true gentleman. My condolences to his family.
There is a fascinating piece about his early life here:
Ron Goldstein, Cambridge & Bethnal Green Boys’ Club | Spitalfields Life
A grand old man who will be missed on the forum.
My condolences to the family.
Such sad news.
Ron was a good man.
My deepest condolences to Ron's family and friends.
I will miss his wise words greatly.
Very sad news to hear of Ron's passing.
A treasured and precious member of this forum. Condolences to his family.
We are truly fortunate to have known Ron on WW2Talk, his legacy, a genuine voice from WW2, his knowledge lives on. RIP Ron. Sheila and Richard
Over the years I have seen Ron as what might be said as the father of the forum. His forum contributions were renown for historic value from the personal advantage of "I was there"
Without doubt his posts reflected what I would think were excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to debate on a wide range of subjects that were raised on the forum. Always helpful and cordial to others, he will be missed by the forum.
To my regret I was never able to meet him.
Condolences to Ron's family and friends.
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