In memory of

Robert Eugene Bergstrom

January 27, 1931 -  January 26, 2019

Robert (Bob) Eugene Bergstrom passed away peacefully with family on Saturday January 26th at his home in Brampton hours shy of his 88th birthday.
He leaves behind a loving blended family that includes his wife of 30 years, Margaret Rindfleisch, and children Tom Bergstrom and Kay Bergstrom Warren, Robert and Jacqueline Miszczuk, Campbell and Tina Rindfleisch, Timothy and Tracey Marshall. He also leaves behind grandchildren, nieces and nephews from both Canada and the United States.
Bob started his life in Waukegan, Illinois, but grew up in Quincy, Illinois where he went to high school. He enlisted in the Air Force and was stationed in Alaska until he finished his tour of duty and eventually moved to California. He began a career as a service technician of business machines which progressed and moved him and his family from California to Nevada, Utah and eventually Canada. He retired in 1995 and spent his retirement with Margaret travelling, playing golf, and enjoying their beautiful home in Brampton with family, dogs Brandie & Bumbles and friends.
Services will be held at Meadowvale Cemetery in Brampton on Saturday, February 2nd at 2:00 PM.
In Lieu of flowers please donate to the City of Brampton Animal Services HOPE Fund 905-458-5800.


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Mark and Nancy DeRyck (In-Law Family of Campbell)

Entered January 29, 2019 from Orangeville ON

Our Sincere sympathy to Gay and the family. Rest in Peace Bob.

John Milne & Anne Harland (Friends)

Entered January 29, 2019 from Caledon

It was our pleasure to have known Bob through our membership with Flowers City Mixed Probus. He and Gay were among the clubs founding members fifteen years ago when we joined. Over the years he served in many positions. He was never one to take without giving back. We will remember Bob for his matter of fact “get it done“ attitude as well as his warm smile and easy-going nature.Thank you to both Bob and Gay for their friendship over the years.

Cathy Pompili (colleague)

Entered January 30, 2019 from Toronto

Tracey, I was so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Silke Arnold (Friend)

Entered January 30, 2019 from Brampton

Bob will definitely be missed by all who knew him.
His humour and witty come backs always made me smile. He was a true gentleman I am so sad that we no longer have the pleasure of his company.

Muriel Summerville (Probus)

Entered January 30, 2019

Gay Sorry to hear about Bob my deepest sympathy.