Toal Robert 1954 — 2014

Toal  Robert

Peacefully with supportive staff, Bob Toal passed away on April  22nd at the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Hospice Home in Kamloops, B.C.

Bob was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. He was a loving son to John and brother to Patrick ,Jerry and sister Cheryl (Blais) . Predeceased by his mother Beverly. Bob was an uncle and great uncle to many nephews and nieces.

Bob moved to Kamloops over 14 year ago and during his time there he  has met some really good friends .

He will be sadly missed by many !

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of life will be held in Hamilton ,Ontario on May 4th.2014

Gone but not forgotten!


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4 Tributes

  1. shirley Alain
    Posted April 24, 2014 at 6:07 pm | Permalink

    My deepest sympathy to all the f amily my name is Shirley Toal Alain iam the daughter of thomus Toal iam Roberts Cousin like the Angels in the arms Of JESUS May God give HimPeace God bless you all with Angelic love and support my love to all xo

  2. robert toal
    Posted April 25, 2014 at 11:31 am | Permalink

    bobby was a great son, wonderful brother, and a very nice man to the rest of this family, he was also a good friend, of the friends here today, thank you for comming to this

    He will be missed, loved, and never forgotten by anyone

    one part that he got mad about, was when it was chirstmas time, we lived together so there was not one, but two robert toal’s living in the same address, they goverment out there thought we were frauding them which we weren’t and he got very mad about that

    he is now with his mother watching down up pon us, and will be in our hearts for ever

    He wanted to move back home to hamilton and enjoy his years here, but sadly was taken from us out there in britsh columbia

    the one fun part about bobby, yes he was a drinker, and i had to go to the bar one night for him, and when i got there, he said you see the pitcher of beer over there, well your not leaving till it is done.

    i will never forget the good times, rest in peace uncle bobby, i love you with all my heart

  3. Cheryl Blais
    Posted April 26, 2014 at 2:12 pm | Permalink

    May my rest in peace Bob! I know that the pain was too much and I felt your pain with you and I heard your voice get weak so I asked that you be taken so that you did not have to suffer. I am sure that Mom was with you and told you that it was okay ! You are at peace now and you left me with no instruction as what to do a closure of your life ! I have chosen to Celebrate it! I hope that I am doing it right ! I love you my Brother and I wanted nothing more than to have you here back in Hamilton were you wanted to be for some time.
    Your journey has just begun …I believe that life on earth is just a stopover on your journey… Give Mom a big Hug for me as I am sure that you are together again !

  4. Chantel Blais
    Posted May 6, 2014 at 8:50 am | Permalink

    Uncle Bobby,
    I hope you are now at peace. I saw your pain and hated that it had to be so hard. You were a fighter, you never gave up, even when it was your time you were still fighting. I respect you for that. I know you are with us, I can feel you. We are all surrounded by beautiful angels now. I wish I could have gotten to spend more time with you. As I go through hundreds of photos of you, I learn so much about your life. You were very loved. You were my godfather and always took time out of your day to find out how I was, I am sorry I didn’t always do the same. I am so grateful I got to see you in your last couple of weeks, and I got to learn about your life in BC. You were a lucky man. I love you Uncle Bobby, thinking of you always!

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