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Barron IanBARRON, John 'Ian' - (August 27, 1929 - March 25th, 2020) - Ian passed away peacefully at the age of 90 after a long and fulfilling life.

He was the loving husband of Anita (nee Lindskow) for 60 years.

He was the beloved father of David Barron, Doug Barron, and Linda Lawson. He was also a loving grandfather of Glenn Lawson, Christine Barron, and Jeffrey Barron, as well as a great grandfather of Taylor Lawson.

Born and raised in Toronto, Ian was born to Jack and Ellen Barron. Ian worked in tool and die for Dehavilland Aircraft for over 40 years.

Ian was an avid square dancer, often found do-si-doing with Anita. He also loved camping, as he and Anita travelled across North America with their trailer. He will be dearly missed by family and friends.

A service will be held in the near future to honour our father. Arrangements with Ward funeral home, WESTON Chapel, Toronto.