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March 30, 2020
Bob and I were classmates at Burlington High School in the 1950's. We were part of the same social group that hung around together and he dated one of my best girlfriends. Bob was incredibly good looking and very smart, not to mention a great dancer. I have not seen him in many years, but was saddened to hear of his recent passing. My condolences to his family. Bob will be remembered. Judith Ryan
March 28, 2020
I met Bob when I was a young lawyer. My home base was in Kitchener, but I took the odd case in Halton. Bob was the Federal prosecutor at the time. In addition to being a consummate professional, Bob was kind, compassionate, and decent at all times. And no matter the situation, he never lost his sense of humour, humanity, or humility. When a person with a Halton Federal charge came into my office, I would readily agree to accept the file, in large part because I would get the privilege of working with Bob. Although he was an adversary, I considered him a great mentor - someone to model myself after.

The last time I saw him at work, I believe it was a Friday - a warm spring day - and Bob was pulling away in his light blue 60's convertible, with sunglasses on and a smile on his face. Safe travels, Bob.
March 25, 2020
Bob Lush:

Funest person in the Milton lawyers lounge for decades.

He had one hell of a run.

David Godard
March 24, 2020
I will always think of him when we get Santa's float ready for the annual parade. He was one of the best Marshalls the head elf ever had !
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