Grandpa, I will never forget the times we had, the memories we made, and the love we had. ALl those times we would be working in the garden or you showing me the ropes in the shop. I would not be the person I am today if it wasnt for all your patients and knowledge you shared with me. All the jokes you shared, at just the right time to bring a smile to my face. All your crazy summer gardening attire..the rubber boots, those horrible creme coloured shorts, your cowboy hat and that god-awful T-shirt either wrapped over your head or tucked in your shorts. Living next door to you and Grandma was the best thing that could have happened to Robert, Chloe and I by far! Just running over for tea or to help out in any way, or cuz we got in trouble from mom and dad..and Grandparents always make things better :) We have learned soo much from you that no one will ever be able to take away, And I will treasure every bit of it. We had oppertunites to go to Rotary camps and be a huge part of that whole organization, We met so many important people and now have some very special people in our lives because of you. We love you so much words can not even begin to describe. Until we meet again Grandpa, Keep a good watch over us, scold us when need be and help us along when we need that extra shove. Love you Grandpa <3 xoxox
March 2, 2013
My deepest sympathy, Les, on the passing of your Father. He was a good guy and always had a good story to tell... Joe Lomas, your old Snap-On Tools Dealer
Martha & family:
Me sincere condolences to you and your family. I knew the both of you when you lived on Regent Street in Regina. Bob was a friendly outgoing guy and will be missed by all who knew him.
Evette Langlois ( Mock)
Dear Giroux family
I have just recently heard of Bob's passing and wish to express to you all , most heartfelt sympathy. I worked in the Fort for several years at CIBC and got to know Bob as client at that time. He was a well respected businessman and community mainstay. He will be missed . May you find comfort with one another and keep the family ties strong. He was a good man , you will miss him .
Darlene ( Mike) Chatwell , Saskatoon formerly Balcarres
Our deepest sympathies to Aunt Martha and our cousins. I know you'll all miss Bob a lot. Gwen & Don
R.I.P. Uncle Bob! Prayers!
Aunt Martha and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.
Aunt Martha, Les, Brian, Brad, Gord, Karla and Families - may you find comfort in the many memories of Uncle Bob. You are in my thoughts and Prayers. Carolyn
Aunt Martha, Les, Brian, Brad, Gord, Karla & families - please know that you are our thoughts and prayers. May fond memories of Uncle Bob help you at this time. Love Paula & family
I'm very sorry to hear about your family's loss. my condolences go out to u and yours.
I remember uncle Bob was the only person who would polka with me. He will be missed! Deepest sympathy to aunt Martha and all my cousins.
I MISS you dad, there won't be a day go by that i won't think of you, the way you raised me, took care of me and made me into the person I am today. I know I didnt say it alot but I Love You and will miss you dearly !!
Your Loving son Gordon
My grandfather was and still continues to be an inspiration to me. I miss him dearly. Forever loved, Never forgotten.
I Love you Dad and will miss you Forever, until we meet again.....
I am very sorry for your loss. Robin ERS
Martha and family, so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. May you all find some comfort and peace in your fond memories.
Deepest sympathy on your loss.
Martha and family. Sorry to hear about Robert's passing so suddenly. You sure will all miss him.
The LaRonge family from Kennedy-Yvonne Bertalon and Margaret Debenham.
I worked for Bob at his service station ARCOLA ESSO in the earley 70's while I was still apprenticing in the MVMR trade, and he was a terrific boss to work for, I want Martha and the family to know I do share their great loss of Bob and when I went through the Fort I usually stopped off to say hi to him.