In Memory of


Bob Simpson

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A Graveside Service will be held at a later date.

Simpson: Robert “Bob” Douglas,
Peacefully at his home in Athlone, on Friday April 30, 2021. Bob Simpson in his 88th year, beloved husband of Carol Simpson (nee: Munnoch). Predeceased by his parents Harry Douglas and Annie (nee: Brinkman) Simpson. Dear brother-in-law of David and Mary Munnoch. Fondly remembered by his nephew John (Alison) Munnoch, and their children Liam and Owen. Forever in the hearts of his extended family and friends.

Cremation has taken place. A graveside service with interment will be held in St. Davids Cemetery, Everett at a later date. For those who wish donations to the Procyon Wildlife Centre, 6441 – 7th Line, Beeton. L0G 1A0, would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home Tottenham. Online condolences may be left at www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com.

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Memorial Tribute

“Bob Simpson”
  1. Carole Morris wrote:

    Bob will be remembered as a good friend and a wonderful neighbour. Whether it was helping my girls with their horses, maintaining my airplane or fixing my car when my daughter put gas in the diesel Jetta, I remember and appreciate his many acts of kindness. My family and I have happy memories of bringing in hay for the horses with Bob and Carol and the many meals and times we shared.
    Rest in Peace Bob

  2. kathy bowden wrote:

    Such an amazing man who will be missed for his generosity of spirit and time. I have so many fond memories of the horses and good old farm life in general. Hanging around at the farm with Bob and Carol was an education in so many ways. Rest in peace Bob

  3. Larry & Angie Corbit wrote:

    Bob has been our neighbor for 21 years. He introduced us to many people in our community.
    He will be missed dearly by us and our boys Robert and David.
    Rest in Peace Bob

  4. Ontario Military Vehicle Association wrote:

    Bob was a long time member of the Ontario Military Vehicle Association (OMVA) and participated in many events with his Jeep. In 2016 at the age of 83, he surprised everyone when he showed up in uniform with his Jeep at Casa Loma (Toronto) to help honour the Queen’s Own Rifles, a Canadian militia regiment. A friend to many, he will be greatly missed!

  5. Elizabeth Guccino wrote:

    My sincere sympathy to Carol whose cheerful voice and generosity were always special to me and to St. David’s. May Bob rest in peace deservedly in that quiet country space.
    Liz Guccino

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