Bob is my brother and someone very special to me. He didnt have an easy life but he always went above and beyond what was expected of him and was always there with helping hands. He was quiet and introverted but stood up and was counted on anything important. He suffered through physical handicaps and proved he was better than what was expected of him. He loved strongly and cared deeply about the people in his life. He also could be funny as hell when the moment struck him. I have strong memories of him and I and a wagon. We were a team to be reckoned with. He ever left his sister behind. These are my most special memories and I'm so happy t have them I'm so sorry Bob that I wasn't with you to say goodbye and tell you one more time I loved you. You'll suffer no more - you're surrounded with people who love you and I will be here remembering you, loving you and waiting to be with you again. I love you Bob and rest in Peace,
Sending our deepest condolences to the entire family for your loss
Maria Sirro and family
Fond memories of Mr. G when Chris and I were in high school. He was young at heart and liked to be one of the boys. His favourite topics of discussion were blues, jazz, beer, The Toronto Maple "Lumps", and telling us why our generation was boring. He'll be missed, RIP Mr. G. Condolences to Chris, Arleen, Kiana, and Nicole.