Condolence: Dear Bernadette I'm very saddened to hear about Bob's passing. I have known him through volunteering at the Mississauga Hospital over the past 14 years. I enjoyed working with him and was always impressed with his ability to communicate with people.
I know he will be missed in the volunteering community.
Condolence: Dearest Bernadette, I am truly sorry to hear of Bobs passing. I have always enjoyed speaking with you when you came into the ICU to volunteer, so please know that I am praying for you an your family during this time.
Condolence: Oh Barb, so sorry to her about your husband Bob's passing. You shared many stories when we were volunteering.I know it will leave a huge void for yourself and family. I think about you often. We miss you.
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to you Bernie on the passing of your beloved Bob. We read with sadness in the Free Press today and my heart went out to you. I remember with such fondness our times in Pinawa and have thought of both of you over the years. Bob was such a kind and thoughtful man and very suited to his profession in HR. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Condolence: Sincere condolences Bernadette on a great loss. I enjoyed working with Bob over many decades in Ottawa and Mississauga. Always a giver, he kept giving even during retirement. He will be well remembered by all who shared his life.
Condolence: Dear Bernadette...saddened by Bob's passing. As mentioned by others he will be missed by the Probus Club...he was always involved in a positive and friendly manner...a cheerleader in everything he was involved in...big supporter of the Club. Please know that he will be gone, but not forgotten. Prayers are with you...Frank MacTaggart
Condolence: Memories there are many. Staying with Bob and Bernadette for a weekend in Montreal, celebrating my daughters fourth birthday in Nova Scotia and teaching her how to eat the dozen lobsters he bought home for supper, an expensive taste she instantly acquired. All the golf trips to North Carolina and Florida and the curling trips to Port Perry and Bancroft and drinking single malt from the special broom. One cannot forget his infamous “Helicopter” shots in both sports.
Rest In Peace my friend