Toronto, Ontario


Toronto, Ontario


BURNS, ROBERT It is with great sadness that the family announce the sudden loss of Rob Burns on Monday, December 28, 2020. Rob passed away peacefully at home with his family on his 70th birthday. Caring husband of Marion for 41 years. Proud father of Megan (Brett). Loving brother to (late) Durk,...

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I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Marion and Rob for many years as my wife is a friend of Marion and Rob. He got me my first call with IA 58 back in 1992. I know he was very proud of their daughter Megan and her achievements.

Thinking of you Marion and Megan during this hard time. Really sorry to hear that about Rob. He will be deeply missed.
Love Laurie and Marty

Our sincere condolences to hear of Rob’s passing to you Marion and Megan. Rob taught me how to focus at the Bayview Theatre in the early apprenticeship days. A lighting genius.

He was our next door neighbour on Clifford Court.
I remember playing many games of pick up ice
hockey in his backyard. Sorry that he is gone.

Marion, although we did not remain
in touch I remember you fondly. A gentle young woman who even as a teenager loved Robbie Burns.
I am sorry for your loss.
Sincerely, Bonnie Lindsay

Passing on our deepest condolences to Marion and family on Robbies sudden passing. We spent many years when were young living close by and hanging out. Your cousins Michael Susan Marilou and Kelly Burns

I was so sorry to hear about Rob's passing. My deepest condolences to you both, Marion and Megan.

The world is a dimmer place with the loss of Robbie. I hold him fondly in my memories of our time creating some of the best theatre that Toronto ever saw. He was an example to all of his IATSE and Canadian Actors Equity brothers and sisters. May he rest in eternal peace.

A great friend & mentor, Robbie will be forever missed