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Heather Nicol posted a condolence
Thursday, March 21, 2019I am in shock, that today I found out that I have lost a great friend, who I have known for so so many years. Makes me think back to our last meeting for coffee, little did I know It would be the last ever. I had just sent him a message the other day, that I would call soon and set up another coffee date. The last time I picked him up, he did so well getting to the car from his new apartment. We have had a lot of talks over the years, and going for coffee when I was working in the mall. He offered to take me for my surgery in Napanee and home to Odessa a few years back. We always had long talks about the photos of all of the classic cars, that he had seen at the many big shows over the years. His collection of bull dogs was outstanding, as his love for the breed, and the love that he had for his beloved Ruffus, of whose picture I have. He liked his new apartment, which he proudly showed me and I was also introduced to some people he had already met in the building. I truly wish I had of known that he was in the Kingston Health Science Center, to talk again over coffee and pehaps share our good byes, but knowing Bob, he would rather have it this way. All the time we have been friends, I have always tried my best to keep up with Bob`s conversations, and keep his morale up too. No more coffee meetings, just not will be the same.
Kingston Toyota staff members posted a condolence
Thursday, January 24, 2019Condolences from the staff at Kingston Toyota
Bernie Moran posted a condolence
Thursday, January 24, 2019Rest in peace Bob, my condolences a co-worker.
Brian Moore posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 23, 2019Bob was a recent friend of mine who was a regular at CountryStyle coffee most Tue. and Fri.mornings. He seemed to be looking for a friend to share his interest in automobiles, since his reirement from the auto industry, most recently REVELL FORD, in Verona. Although he initially presented himself as someone who viewed the glass as 'half empty', he showed a kindly side to those who took the time to listen to him. Two weeks ago he seemed very active in conversation with a group of us and shared some humorous moments from the past week's personal encounters. There was no indication of any medical issues he was worried about, although he had more than a few, and he appeared healthy and looking forward to getting his driver's license back after a forced medical intervention. Although our friendship was recent and shortlived, he will be missed, but remembered by myself and a few close friends he selected to share his aspirations and hopes for a happy retirement. Our Sincere Condolences to his remaining family, on behalf of his recent friends and Staff at the CountryStyle coffee shop.