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Ramsey Davya (Raymond Pelot)

Thursday, April 16th, 1964 - Sunday, March 8th, 2020
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After a courageous battle with ALS, Ramsey passed peacefully with his brother Allen by his side.

Lovingly remembered by his family and friends, especially his Mother Myrella Pelot-Wright (Barry), Dan Pelot (Christine), Jean-Marc Pelot (Lisa) and Allen Pelot (Karen). Predeceased by his father John and sister Caroline. Ramsey will be greatly missed by his many nieces and nephews and all the friends he gathered along his life’s journey through his many diverse musical interests and careers.

A talented musician, Ramsey created the progressive melodic and power metal band Angels of Fire (AOF). Music was one of his passions for which he was well known – having written and produced many tracks for AOF over the past 10 years.

A carpenter by trade, Ramsey also worked in construction and ran his own construction company (Concept Construction). He worked on many different projects beside his brother and best friend Allen, who is forever grateful to Ramsey for “teaching me so much”.

Throughout his illness, Ramsey continued to attend Georgian College’s Kitchen & Bath Design program, where he excelled and was admired for his knowledge, and passion for design. He built a community of friends and faculty during this stage of his life, which brought him much joy during his darkest days. Thank you to everyone associated with this program who supported Ramsey – he loved you all.

Over the past few months during his battle with ALS, Ramsey was lovingly cared for by his brother Allen along with Karen and Avery. These months, although very difficult, were filled with a lot of love and kindness, music, and design.

Thank you to the health care teams who took care of Ramsey throughout his illness. We are forever grateful for your compassion and care.

Ramsey will be deeply missed by his brother in arms Allen.

“I found my way in this playful life, am I so clever now, I started walking on clouds…”

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the ALS Society of Canada - Support Team Ramsey:
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    Civic Cemetery, Sudbury
    365 2nd Ave North
    Sudbury, Ontariio P3B 3M4
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Cyndi Smith

Posted at 04:44pm
My name is Cyndi Smith and I work in the library at the front desk of Georgian College. I met Raymond about a year ago when he came into the library to ask for help. I had never met him before and until today I did not know his name. From the beginning, he demonstrated a patience with people, like myself, who were learning how to communicate with him successfully. One thing I could clearly see was that it cost him to make the efforts he did to be here and do the work he did in his program and that he did so with grace and patience.
It became easier for him to come directly to my office just off the front desk and ask for my help particularly and I’d always jump when he did. Each time I served him, I felt privileged.
The message posted in the Staff portal at the college today about his death has made my day sadder.
I liked his smile and his gentleness. He was a class act.

My sincerest sympathies to all of you who knew him well and loved him.

Karen Spiers Posted at 08:29am

Thank you for your kindness to Ramsey and recognizing his struggles and supporting him. I know he would have really appreciated your efforts!

Pat carabine Posted at 06:05pm

Thank you, he was so courageous

Darcelle Trepanier Clevenger

Posted at 04:04pm
Although the miles between us and just life kept us apart, I have many fond memories of Raymond as a child. I cherish the pictures of the Pelot family that I inherited from my Mother, Liette Trepanier. My only regret is that I never got to know Ramsey, the adult. It’s great to know that he became an amazing man. My Son Robert is an amazing talented guitar player. I wish they could have met. However, although life on this planet is fleeting; through faith in God the good news gives us the promise that we will all meet again. Sending heartfelt condolences to Aunt Myrella and all the family. My heart hurts for you my dear Aunt. May you find peace and strength during this time of grief. Goodbye Ramsey, I would have loved to have known you but I was just a kid. RIP MY DEAR COUSIN. ONE DAY I WILL HEAR YOUR MUSIC! Love Darcelle Trepanier Clevenger

Karen Spiers Posted at 08:29am

Beautiful words Darcelle ...thank you from Al and Karen x

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