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Ross Dinwoodie

Ross Alexander Dinwoodie

Monday, May 25th, 1931 - Monday, July 29th, 2019
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Posted at 06:32pm
I worked with Ross for many years. He was always cheerful and helpful. My biggest adventure with Ross and Nola was when he retired and we all went to a world cup soccer game in San Francisco. It took missed planes, trains and buses to get us there, but we made it in time for the national anthem.

Penny Wilmot

Posted at 10:32am
One of the kindest people I have ever met.When I moved to Squamish in 1975 with BC Hydro, one of the first people to welcome me and help me move in was Ross Dinwoodie (and Bud McStay). His friendly face and kind words to everyone was so welcome every day. His love of sports especially with his children.
My full condolences to Ross's family. May he rest in peace.
Penny Wilmot

Scott Barr

Posted at 11:30pm
To the Dinwoodie Family,
My sincere condolences to all of you. I always enjoyed talking to Ross whenever our paths crossed. His friendly and kind personality was always with him. I remember playing 'old timers' hockey with Mr. Dinwoodie. He was a lot of fun on the ice and in the dressing room. I will always remember how nice and genuine Ross was.
Sincerely ,
Scott Barr

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