OBITUARY

Arne Robb

June 17, 1944June 18, 2020

On Thursday, June18, at the West Island Palliative Care Residence with Bonnie by his side. Arne's loss will be deeply felt by family and friends near and far. He forever held dear his Park Ex upbringing and the lifelong friendships it produced. Arne is survived by his wife of nearly 50 years, Bonnie Ramage, sister Alma and Marius Pedersen, Kira and Ariane (Calgary), brother Carl (Toronto) and in-laws Lorraine and Bob Stone (Vancouver) and Linda and Pierre Richer, Sarah, Jeremy and Elliot (Naperville, Illinois). Thanks to LGH Oncology, CLSC Lac St. Louis and West Island Palliative Care Residence for their excellent care and support. Rest in peace, my love.

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Fred Lin

July 8, 2020

Dear Bonnie,

Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Arne is a great friend to my dad and our family. Always funny and with lot to talk. It has sadden us that he passed during this difficult time. We will forever rememeber his food talk.

Fred Lin & Annie Sanh

Raymond & Patricia. Fong

July 3, 2020

Dear Bonnie,
Our deepest condolences to you and the family.
Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Best regards,
Patricia & Raymond Fong



Nelson Widmer

July 3, 2020

Bonnie, I offer you my deepest sympathies,
My memory of Arnie is resumed by only positive & plaisent moments.
He enjoyed playing tennis and made us feel great sharing moments with him.
You both are great persons to have supported each other through so many years of hardship
Thank you both for being an example of solidarity

David Liberman

July 2, 2020

My deepest sympathies to you Bonnie.
Arne and I first became friends through our many tennis matches at Dorval and developed a relationship through our many conversations based on our common passions of tennis, investments, the best Greek and Indian restaurants to visit in Park Ex , and the beauty of Arizona.
I remember my regular tennis partners at the Club would ask when my friend from Montreal would come again for a very competitive yet very social game of doubles.
Arne was someone who loved sports statistics and I always knew I could depend on him to give me the score of any match we had ever played even if it was years ago and he had to look it up in one of the little books he kept his records in.
Arne was also the type of person that whenever you asked him how he was doing he would always shift the conversation to inquire about your well being and those around you.
He was a very unique and special individual and I will miss him with many good memories.
David Liberman

Lyne Lavergne

July 2, 2020

Dear Bonnie,
My deepest sympathies for Arne’s passing.
I remember him as a true gentleman with a wonderful smile always supportive of tennis players.
Hope to see you on the courts this summer

Best regards,
Lyne

Patrice Rousso

July 2, 2020

My deepest sympathies to you Bonnie.
Arne you were a great person with a big heart. Our many chats and many more tennis games together where a real pleasure
Rest in peace.
Patrice Rousso

Jane Edwards

June 28, 2020

Bonnie,

My sincere condolences on your loss. Arne was a great guy who loved to engage in conversation and we had many interesting discussions over the years. He is deeply missed.

Jane

Linda Forbes

June 27, 2020

Please accept my deepest condolences, Bonnie, to you and your family.

Laurie Abrams

June 27, 2020

Arne and I grew up together in Park X, K-12. Barclay school then HSM . I lived on Stuart, Arne on Wiseman. Sports was our life. I looked forward to getting on the #80 bus to go to HSM and meet Arne, who had the Gazette sports section We talked about nothing else but sports. By 1963 we drifted apart into our separate lives.
But those years from 1949-1962 are etched in my memory. They are beautiful memories.
Bonnie, my sincerest condolence Having life partner for 50 years is a blessing. May your memories sustain you.
Respectfully, Laurie Abrams

Joan Pidgeon

June 26, 2020

My deepest sympathies to you Bonnie.
Arne you were a dear friend and I so enjoyed our chats, visits in the park, your smile and your commoraity. I'll never make another banana loaf without thinking about of you.
Rest in peace.
Joan Pidgeon

FROM THE FAMILY