In memory of
Ralph Ron Gosselin
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In memory of
Ralph Ron Gosselin
Ralph Ron Gosselin (1947-2019) of Marlborough CT. passed away peacefully on January 3, 2019 with his family and his loving and devoted wife of 52 years, Barbara by his side. He was born on August 7, 1947 in Springfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Technical High School in 1965 and Springfield Technical College in 1990. Ron served in the U.S. Air Force achieving Staff Sergeant as a nuclear and conventional weapons specialist. He then decided to pursue a career in the field of Power Plant Operation and Maintenance. Ron achieved a Massachusetts Second Class Stationary Steam Engineer’s license , a Massachusetts Master Pipefitter license, a NIULPE Chief Engineer license, and a NIULPE technical instructor and examining engineer license. Ron was formerly chief power plant engineer for 12 years at Texon, Inc. in Russell, MA. and then worked 27 years for Northeast Utilities of Berlin, CT. where he served in many positions such as Senior Training Coordinator and Operations and Maintenance Supervisor. He taught power plant operation and maintenance and OSHA safety programs. Ron was a long time member of the National Association of Power Engineers Massachusetts Chapter 4 where he was a past president and instructor for the Fireman and Engineer licensing program. Ron was also an instructor at Springfield Technical Community College in the Heat and Power Technology Program. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and archery, but most of all spending time with his family. To his family and circle of friends Ron was regarded as a reliable, thorough and professional person whose legacy will be carried on due to Ron dedicating his career to the training of others who will enhance the field of power generation. He is survived by his wife, Barbara A. Gosselin (Judd) and two daughters Tammy J. Cross and Becky A. Gosselin (Bush) and two granddaughters Holly Gosselin (Vignone) and Toni Cross (Savage). He was predeceased by his son David R. Gosselin, sister Lorraine Lemelin and parents Ralph F. Gosselin and Mildred H. Gosselin (Nichols). Memorials can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital at 262 Danny Thomas Drive, Memphis, TN 38105. Phone number 800-822-6344. A celebration of life service will be held at a later date. An invitation will be sent out in advance to all who would like to attend.
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In memory of
Ralph Ron Gosselin
Ralph Ron Gosselin (1947-2019) of Marlborough CT. passed away peacefully on January 3, 2019 with his family and his loving and devoted wife of 52 years, Barbara by his side. He was born on August 7, 1947 in Springfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Technical High School in 1965 and Springfield Technical College in 1990. Ron served in the U.S. Air Force achieving Staff Sergeant as a nuclear and conventional weapons specialist. He then decided to pursue a career in the field of Power Plant Operation and Maintenance. Ron achieved a Massachusetts Second Class Stationary Steam Engineer’s license , a Massachusetts Master Pipefitter license, a NIULPE Chief Engineer license, and a NIULPE technical instructor and examining engineer license. Ron was formerly chief power plant engineer for 12 years at Texon, Inc. in Russell, MA. and then worked 27 years for Northeast Utilities of Berlin, CT. where he served in many positions such as Senior Training Coordinator and Operations and Maintenance Supervisor. He taught power plant operation and maintenance and OSHA safety programs. Ron was a long time member of the National Association of Power Engineers Massachusetts Chapter 4 where he was a past president and instructor for the Fireman and Engineer licensing program. Ron was also an instructor at Springfield Technical Community College in the Heat and Power Technology Program. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and archery, but most of all spending time with his family. To his family and circle of friends Ron was regarded as a reliable, thorough and professional person whose legacy will be carried on due to Ron dedicating his career to the training of others who will enhance the field of power generation. He is survived by his wife, Barbara A. Gosselin (Judd) and two daughters Tammy J. Cross and Becky A. Gosselin (Bush) and two granddaughters Holly Gosselin (Vignone) and Toni Cross (Savage). He was predeceased by his son David R. Gosselin, sister Lorraine Lemelin and parents Ralph F. Gosselin and Mildred H. Gosselin (Nichols). Memorials can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital at 262 Danny Thomas Drive, Memphis, TN 38105. Phone number 800-822-6344. A celebration of life service will be held at a later date. An invitation will be sent out in advance to all who would like to attend.
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