Dearest Rose & family, our sympathy .
So sorry to hear of Bob passing.
I’m glad you had your years together living in the mountains ..., I remember you talking so excitedly about your hiking & camping ,& the fun of the Biathlon training trips to Canmore with your daughter.
May time ease your pain . Sending our love & condolences on your loss. Sincerely, Perry & Maryann Chmilar ~ Redwater
Our deepest condolences to Rose and family . We remember all those great years being neighbours in Canmore. Those conversations about our yards, daily life and the world in general. I remember the time the new RV rolled in the drive way and I said that's a nice RV , he replied always keep your wife happy. He was always trying to make people smile with his funny stories. We will always remember. Thanks Bob for all the great memories.
Aydin , Marianne, Sena & Evren Odyakmaz
So sorry for your family's loss. I remember dragging Bob out to volunteer with Provincial Cadet Biathlon Competitions in the mid-nineties in Camrose. Always a great volunteer and a great supporter of the cadet program and our biathlon program. Well done "Father Time". You've earned your place in heaven. RIP, Bob.
I want to offer my deepest regrets for your personal loss. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Bob. Only through a combination of brief meetings in the hall of Skypoint or when Rose personally hand-delivered a pair of warm, microfiber socks that Bob didn't want. Rose was kind enough to find a deserving resident, so my mom became the proud new owner of warm, fuzzy socks. The generosity and kindness from a perfect stranger had given me a bit of hope during this difficult time.
Rose, we spoke on Friday, and I had no idea how much your world would change when I came back on Sunday. I was so very sad when I saw Robert's name on the memory table. I am grateful for our interaction and would like to thank you and Bob for bringing a smile to my mom's face with a pair of socks (and a bit of humanity).
On behalf of my mom and my family, we are so very sorry for your loss.