He enjoyed a successful career in the Canadian Football League where he was the recipient of the Jeff Russell Trophy as the MVP in the Eastern Conference.
Sadly, the Cookie Man is gone.
He was a loving father who was extremely proud of his sons Nick and Tim, a wonderful grandfather to Keiran and Aidan, and a devoted partner and companion to Natalya.He leaves his brothers, Gordon (Nancy Riley) and Alan.He is predeceased by sisters, Ruby and Lola; brothers, Robin, Roy, Ernest, Leif, Arnold and Elmer.Arrangements are under the care and direction of Dennis Haverstock Funeral Home, Port Hawkesbury.His love of sales, management and dealing with people took him from Quebec to British Columbia for the Burgess Battery., Sherwin Williams Paints, Kelly's Records, and latterly from Prince bonus sans depot casino en ligne 2012 George BC to Victoria where he established a Branch office and Warehouse for Williams Moving.Proud father of Wayne (Cathy) Oakley of Southhampton, Ontario, Debbie (Jim) Somerville of Glanworth, Ontario and Barb (Lorne) Seaton of London, Ontario.James, and Carol and staff at Shoal Centre.
Bob is survived by his children Janet (Craig Bruce, and Pat (Bruce) and grandchildren Eric, Reid (Amanda Connor, Julia and Hilary, and great-grandson Robert.
They enjoyed their work, their family and their own interests and activities, and were able to explore some of the grander sights of Europe.
He was appointed a Judge of the Nova Scotia Family Court in 1984 for Sydney.Special thanks to the staff of V3 West Cedar Crest, Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building for their loving care of our father.Graduating from Victoria High School, he joined the Canadian Navy serving on the East Coast during World War.He participated in the introduction of Judicial Dispute Resolution concepts in Croatia and Serbia.He was the much beloved father of Lawrence, Ottawa, Ont.; Heidi (John Nanaimo,.C; Shannon (Anne Bedford.Also missing their grandpa are Rowan, Georgia and Ivy McWilliams; Jordan and Stuart Parker; and Justin and Ryan Parker.The family moved to Neepawa for a year and then to Winnipeg settling.He joined Saskatoon's Jervis Bay Sea Cadet Corps in 1942, going on to enlist in the Royal Canadian Navy in 1945.(Atlantic Funeral Homes ) murphy, George Donald (Don CD - of Beaconsfield, QC and formerly of Halifax, NS passed away peacefully on Father's Day, at Ste.Having served his country during the Second World War in the rcnvr, then peacetime service with the rcaf, Bob continued in public service as a dedicated Letter Carrier for Canada Post until his retirement in 1986.
He served as a member of a number of Supreme Court committees and Bar/ Bench committees.
He simply and genuinely wanted to help and to be involved." Peter was a larger than life individual, on every level.