In memory of Ronnie Thomson

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by RTW

Ronnie Thomson passed away peacefully on Sunday.

I would ask you to join me in sending my condolences to the Thomson family. His name and legacy will live on.

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by ras11


I wish his family, and business, the best in these tough times. His life will be remembered by many of us, as we faithfully use his company’s products for years and years to come.
:-) Toys-R-Us

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by Herbert

I knew Ronnie personally and he was a very amazing person with a great attitude. I remember a few years ago when he met Mark Lynskey for the first time and Mark Lynskey offered to come by to visit the Thomson facility. Ronnie responded: "That's great, we'll put you to work."

We all will miss this man for sure and my thoughts are with his family and employees.


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by Zeed

A loss for everyone. I continue to ride only his seatposts and will always recommend his products first and foremost to customers; he will not be forgotten in the cycling world.

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