237 - 4th Street North East, Weyburn, SK


Ross George Bobier

July 19, 1950July 23, 2020

Ross George Bobier July 19, 1950 ~ July 23, 2020

Ross was predeceased by his parents, Mac and Marie Bobier of Halbrite, SK and sister, Donna Morrison.

Forever with Jesus, Ross is survived by Sylvia, his choice of 50 years, and his never-ending legacy, “the arrows in his quiver” daughter, Dayna (Conrad) Ryan of Weyburn, SK and their family Brendan (Christy), Lauren, Katherine (Ben) Macfarlane & Rachel (Jackson) Latrace; son, Ryan (Julli) Bobier of Weyburn, SK and their family, Renee, Rubin, Jack & Andrea; son, Thomas (Lori) Bobier of Regina, SK and their family, William, Warren, Marshall & Wyatt; son, Adam Bobier. Also his beloved mother and father-in-law, Darwin and Cherry Lackey; Donna’s husband, Don Morrison and her family as well as extended Bobier, Rubin and Lackey family members.

A Public Drive-In Funeral Service will be held on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. In Ross’s Hayfield, 3 km south of Halbrite. (Social Distancing practices will be in effect) with Shea Durston officiating. A Private Family Interment will be held in Halbrite Cemetery, Halbrite, Saskatchewan.

Pallbearers are Ross’s family.

Honourary Halbrite Pallbearers are Rick Horsman, Rod Horsman, Craig Wilgenbusch, Marvin Reiser, Dustin “Bear” Duncan, Glen Nimegeers.

Donations in memory may be made to Kenosee Lake Bible Camp “In Memory of Ross Bobier” Box 217 Kenosee Lake, SK S0C 2S0.


  • A Public "Drive-In" Funeral Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Ross George Bobier

have a memory or condolence to add?

Sharlene Trudgeon

August 4, 2020

Dear Sylvia my sincerest condolences to you & family!RememberRoss sitting behind me in Gr 12 showing me a ring he got for you & asked if I thought you would like!Sylvia you got that once in a life time guy!!take care & treasure your memories. Sharlene

Colleen Benjamin

August 4, 2020

Ross was a great friend, coworker and boss. I count myself lucky having known him all these years. His sense of humour and fair play guided him through everything in life. He loved his family and loved to tell us stories about them. That humour I mention could get him in trouble. I once worked a SaskTel trade show at Arcola with Myrna and Ross. Mid afternoon he remembered the next day was Mothers Day and he was unprepared. Well there isnt much shopping in small town Saskatchewan, and he ended up coming back with a wheelbarrow. We were shocked and sure he'd be sorry, telling him Sylvia might just need it indeed! He told us she was a good ole girl and all would be well. Monday arrived and a very sheepish Ross arrived at work, prepared to find a much better gift to make up for his error. So many memories. I will toast him with every Naomi bar I meet in life, as Merle mentioned he did love a sweet, and nanaimo bars were a favorite - although he always pronounced it wrong. We all shared many a DQ treat on summer coffee breaks, thanks for that Ross! You will be missed.

Vicki vanstone

August 1, 2020

The vision that comes to my mind is Ross whirling around a room in a sharp outfit , chomping on gum with a big white smile , chatting up each and everyone as they enter the room.
Brett and I were just commenting on the great guy he was and the beautiful Legacy he has left behind.
Hugs & Healing to each and everyone of you 🙏

George & Cindy Wright

July 31, 2020

Our condolences go out to the entire Bobier family. We remember that Ross was always a source of encouragement to us, we will always remember his laugh and incredible sense of humor.

Donna Bourassa (Duffus)

July 31, 2020

With love and support, as was always offered by Ross and his family., I pray that the families hearts will heal but always hold his memories close.

Brenda Croft

July 31, 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Bobier family. This is an extremely difficult time in your lives. You will forever cherish the loving memories of Ross.

Caroline Friesen

July 31, 2020

Each year we look forward to meeting your family at KLBC and always look forward to chats with Ross. It is hard to imagine family camp without him. It seems fitting that this year there is no family camp if Ross's funeral is on what would have been the first night of family camp! It just seems, even without covid, a good way to honor a man who has invested so much of his time and resources in the place over the years. Ross always seemed larger than life and now that life is no longer here on this earth. We rejoice with you, Ross, that you are now rejoicing with your Lord but we grieve with your great family who are left behind. May you ALL meet your dad, grandpa, great grandpa, etc. in heaven some day as he would want nothing more! Hugs to you all!

Deb Seivewright

July 31, 2020

So sorry to hear of Ross’ passing. Sincere condolences to Dayna, Julie and all the family.

Randy Schiller

July 30, 2020

Ross, you will be deeply missed. You were a co-worker, mentor and friend. God bless and peace be with your family.

Jean Morris

July 30, 2020

Sylvia and family,
I was glad to get to know you through KLBC, where we had hoped to be this weekend.
May you experience the comfort that only God gives you. I pray that you will be strengthened in the long days ahead as your life is so completely changed.
Jean Morris, Lampman, SK.