Boyason (Ron) H. Ott Tribute Fund
May 16, 1949 - Nov 22, 2000 Boyason was a Son, Brother, Uncle, Father and friend. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved what mother nature had to offer. He loved his daughter, his family, his guitar, his bus, his dog and sunsets. Much of Boyason's youth was spent in Waterton Park, climbing the Bear's hump, roaming the townsite with his siblings or fishing for polliwogs in Lake Linnet. As an adult Boyason lived in B.C. amoungst the beauty of the rockies and not until he became ill with cancer did he decide to come back home to Lethbridge. There isn't anything he didn't try from hanggliding, snow skiing, water sking to paragliding. He once tried to set up his hangglider in Waterton Park and had every intention of gliding over the lake but park officials put a stop to that before he could. He was a "Jack Of All Trades" from building and construction to mechanics, which led him to rebuilding the motor and interior of a transit bus from the inside out, which became his home away from home. During his illness Boyason never complained, he persevered, continued to have hopes and dreams and always planned for the future. It was only fitting that he be buried amoungst the beauty of the rockies and within the Park that he grew to love. There we know he is at peace "Forever Free, Free To Fly"
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