WHITEHEAD, Robert “Bob” Michael

Robert Michael Whitehead

January 23, 1958 – December 28, 2021
“Bob” Whitehead passed away at the age of 63 years.
Bob is survived by his wife, Elizabeth “Betty”,
Stepchildren: Shannon (Doyle) and David (Corinne),
Grandchildren: Brandon and Taylor,
Sisters: Jane (Luie) and Debora,
Along with many Friends and Extended family who loved him deeply.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bob’s memory, to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 110-1525 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Z 8R9 or www.heartandstroke.ca
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Serenity Funeral Service – Spruce Grove
780 962 2749

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Joyce and Ralph Dopko

Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time .
Ralph & Joyce Dopko Wetaskiwin

Jane Arndt

Bob was my younger brother, but only by 11 months.
As I reflect on our lives growing up and remembering so many thing or events that we did or attended to share with you a few like:
Bob and Debbie singing a Hang Williams song at Aunt Florence and Uncle Gorden’s wedding dance.
Or how excited he was when he got his driver’s license. Which by the way became a full time career.
He had a heart of gold. When I was expecting my first child, I craved chocolate. He went to the store and bought a paper bag full of chocolate bars. The bag was full of every type of chocolate bars there were in the store.
I have 3 sons Mike, Chris, and Cory, and 1 daughter Malissa. His teasing each of them was to his delight and always with a deep laugh all the way up from his toes.
He was also happy to have great nephews and nieces which he also enjoyed teasing.
Bob very much loved camping, and he and Betty went as often as they could.
Bob also loved spending time with his family.
He and Betty were the first ones to reply back to attend our family reunion that happened last summer.
The last time I saw Bob he gave me one of his huge bear hugs and said “I love you Sis”.
I will miss so many things like his laugh, his big hugs, and most of all him.
Sending my condolences and live to my dear sister in law Betty, niece Shannon, her husband Jan. Son David and his family.
Rest my dear brother. Love you always.

Averyll Dewindt and Sid Dewindt

So sorry for your loss. Sid an I are sending our condolences to Betty and her and family

Sheri Preston

It was sad to hear the news. Condolences from our family to yours.
Bob and Betty were our neighbors for the 9 years we lived across the street from them.
Bob was always kind and willing to help anyone. Bob liked to tease our daughter because she always gave him a reaction ( don’t call me peanut) secretly she loved the nickname ♥
I always enjoyed standing on the street and having a good BS session with him.

Sandi lewis

I remember my cousin Bob for his big bear hugs whenever we got together. So very thankful for our reunion this summer. He was always so very happy to be around family. Thank you Bob for my bear hug something I will hold onto forever. Betty, Shannon and family, David and family. Jane and family and Debbie. My heart hurts for you all. RIP Bob you will be missed.
Your cousin Sandi Lewis

LISA L ADAMS

I’ll always remember Bob’s love of playing pranks and teasing… he was always full of silliness and fun. A lovely person and a good man, he’ll be greatly missed by so many. May you rest in peace Bob, and continue to watch over your family and grant them peace.

Averylll Dewindt

I will miss his laugh, his smiles Most of all coffee time when he was in town.

Donna Kitsch

Thoughts and Prayers to Shannon and family during this difficult time. Hugs!

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