OBITUARY

Mr. Robert George Hobbs

March 23, 1951March 1, 2013

Mar 23, 1951 - Mar 1, 2013. Predeceased by parents Lorna and Mervyn. Survived and missed by sister Colleen (Barbara) and her children Kathy, Jenny and Mike. Bob worked with the Wayne Canada Division of General Electric for over twenty years. He enjoyed acting in theatre productions, spending time at the local pub and was an passionate soccer fan who is now free to cheer on Aresenal forever. Special thanks to Gord Ivany, the Toronto Police and Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home for their kindnesses.

REMEMBERING

Mr. Robert George Hobbs

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Bob Hobbs

April 9, 2014

Bruce Collins

March 28, 2013

I worked with Bob when I was at Wayne. I was sadden to hear of his passing. He was a wonderful man. Rest in peace my friend and fellow Gooner.

Colleen GrahamNorth

March 23, 2013

Today would have been your birthday Rob. I hope you knew how many folks loved you. You lived your life with passion in your Arsenal for sure, and your fellow fans held you in such high regard. You touched a lot of peoples hearts and lives!
Love
Colleen

March 22, 2013

It was a pleasure getting to know you on the pre-season trips to Austria and when you come to London on the Arsenal America Roadtrips. Amazing support. Jill, Arsenal Supporters Liaison Officer

RIck

March 21, 2013

So sorry too heaer of Bobs passing, he will be dearly missed.

Joanne O'Connor

March 19, 2013

So glad to have known you Bob. You were truly a beautiful person and I will always remember your kind, gentle manner. We'll meet again some day!

March 19, 2013

RIP Bob. Gone but not forgotten.

Mark

March 18, 2013

Love from all your Arsenal family in London..

Tim Cole

March 18, 2013

RIP Bob, old friend. So many good memories from England and Austria. You'll never be forgotten by your many friends. A real gentleman and Arsenal's number one fan.

Judy Coombes

March 18, 2013

You will always be remembered by your 'Arsenal family' as you called us.
R.I.P.