Ronald W. Outridge, Jr.

December 7th, 2018

Ronald W. Outridge, Jr., age 50, of Florida, formerly of Tewksbury, passed away unexpectedly on December 6, 2018.

Ronald was born on March 31, 1968 in Winchester, MA; he was the cherished son of Pat L. (Regan) Outridge and the late Ronald W. Outridge, Sr. Ron grew up in Tewksbury and graduated from Shawsheen Tech in 1986.

Ron was self-employed as a Diesel Mechanic; a trade he learned while attending Shawsheen Tech High School and worked for many years in Mass.

Ron moved to Florida in 2000; over the past three years, he became a “snowbird”, spending his summers in MA and winters in Florida. Ron’s love of golf was a major reason for spending time in both places. He was employed at Trull Brook Golf Course as a ranger over this past summer; a job he truly loved. Aside from being an avid golfer, Ron loved hockey and football. He played hockey for Tewksbury as a child, before joining the Shawsheen Tech hockey team in High School.

Ron was a loving son, brother, uncle and friend. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Ronald was the beloved son of Pat L. (Regan) Outridge and the late Ronald W. Outridge, Sr. of Tewksbury, dear brother of Michelle Miller of Chelmsford, loving Uncle of Keyana and Kayla Miller, nephew of Richard Outridge of FL, Rob Outridge of Townsend, Paul Antonioli of California and the late Donald, Alan and Wayne Outridge. Ron is also survived by many loving cousins and friends.

Family and friends will gather for Visitation at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave., (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Tuesday, December 11th from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. immediately followed by a Funeral Service at 7:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Ronald’s memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave., Waltham, MA 02451.


20 Entries in Guest Book for “Ronald W. Outridge, Jr.”

  1. Ron Outridge says:

    No words can say how much you will be missed cousin! So glad to have shared the good times with you on and off the course. Keep our fathers in good company until we meet again. :(

  2. Rick Sweeney says:

    RIP Ronnie O. You were a good dude you will be dearly missed by the alumni of Dracut deck hockey. You will anyways be remembered for your blast from the point.

  3. Mike Fournier says:

    What can you say about Ronnie O. You were the type of person people wanted to be like. You personality abd quick wit always made for a fun time. You were one of tbe best d-man a goalie could ask for. I agree with Sweens. One of the hardest shots from the point. I qas hoping to get a chance to play a round with you and Brad some time. Until we meet again my friend. Rest in peace. You made a difference..

  4. Tracy Angiolillo Walthour says:

    I’m shocked and saddened by this news. I have many fond memories of Ronnie and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  5. Kathy Hueffman says:

    To Pat Outridge and family, I send you my deepest sympathy. Thoughts and prayers to you. Hold each other close, and in your precious memories he lives on.

  6. Patti Girouard says:

    Pat and family. Sending prayers and healing thoughts to help you all get through this difficult time.

  7. George DeRoche says:

    Played on the same deck hockey team with Ron. RIP Brother!!!

  8. anthony melton says:

    Wow to a really old good friend I wish my sincere regrets and love to the family. He was a man you always wanted to be around if you down he bring you up if you were up well he’s come up. To cut up with you to never left you alone a true friend till the end (THANKS BIG RON)

  9. Irene Beal-Caillouette says:

    To Pat and family
    Sending my deepest sympathy and love at this difficult time.

  10. Jon Genier says:

    My condolences to your family. May the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15 give you some comfort for your great loss.

  11. Tim Cadigan says:

    Mrs. Outridge, Shelly, and family, my deepest condolences to you. Ronnie will be truly missed by our hockey family and friends alike. Love you Ron, untill we meet again.

  12. Marie& Jon Jones says:

    We are just heartbroken over losing our good friend Ron.
    We will miss you Fatboy! ???? You have your Harley Wings.
    See u on the other side someday. We Love you Bro!
    Love Ya
    Jon& Marie Jones

  13. Laura Tumenas says:

    Mrs Outridge and family

    I was shocked and so sad to hear the news that Ronnie has passed away. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
    May he rest in the sweetest of peace.

  14. Kim and Chuck Blue says:

    Ron was a great friend and we are shocked by this
    Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who knew him.
    One of a kind. You will be missed FATBOY!!!

  15. Linda Cotter says:

    To Pat and family,
    My heart is breaking for all of you. My thought and prayers are with you all.

  16. Scott Parent says:

    All my love and prayers to you. I’m always here.

  17. Joyce Sauca says:

    Dear Pat and Michelle
    Paul called me to let me know about Ronnie. Such sad news!
    So very sorry for the loss of your dear son and brother.
    God Bless as you move forward into your new normal.

  18. Sally Brennan says:

    So sorry to hear about Ronnie. My son’ Sean’s dear friend will be missed by many. We enjoyed Ronnie’s visits to the lake and the support to the golf scholarship fund He so loved the tournament. Thoughts and prayers are with the family at this most difficult time May memories comfort you all. Sincerely. Sally Brennan

  19. Carole McDonough says:

    Hi Pat, I was shocked to hear you lost your son . I remember my brother Dick saying what a great hockey player he was when they were kids. There is nothing worse than losing a child. You don’t expect that to happen in your lifetime. You have my deepest sympathy and prayers.
    Carole McDonough

  20. Lisa Butler-Price says:

    My prayers go out to Ron’s family at this time. sorry for your loss. Ronnie was a friend of mine back in high school and to know him wad to love him for sure. kind and fun with a smile that will always be remembered my friend.

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