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Robert Lynch

Robert Eric "Bob" Lynch

Monday, April 18th, 1938 - Friday, January 10th, 2020
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LYNCH Robert “Bob” Eric of Yarmouth, formerly of Milton, NS, passed away on January 10,2020 surrounded by loving family, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, he was the son of the late Clinton and Marjorie (Roche) Lynch. For 35 years Bob was a firefighter for the Dartmouth Fire Department, where he served as platoon chief for 15 years, until his retirement. Bob loved curling in the winter and being outdoors in the summer, playing golf, working in his yard and tending his gardens. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and always teasing the kids. Described by his family as a great family man who loved his children, grandchildren, and especially his loving wife Beverley Cain-Lynch, who will miss him dearly, and his daughter Connie (Donnie Webster,) Halifax. He will also be missed by the following who knew him as their beloved "Bonies": Stepdaughters, Cheryl (The late Mike) Hartlen, Fall River; Charlene Cain, PEI; Stepson, Donald(Michelle) Cain, Yarmouth; grandchildren: Michael, Krista, Heather, Lindsay, Deanne and Nolan; Great Grandchildren: Colby, Keira, Connor, Hallie, Hannah and Madelyn; Cousins Carol (Don) Gillon and Gary Roche. Cremation has taken place under the care of Sweeny’s Funeral Home in Yarmouth. A celebration of life will take place at a later time, per his request. Donations in memory can be made to a Fire Department, The Canadian Cancer Society or the Alzheimer’s Society or charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made to sweenysfh@eastlink.ca or you may sign the guestbook online at www.sweenysfuneralhome.net
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Judy Mccullum

Posted at 10:55am
My deepest condolences to Bev, Connie and families. I am sorry to have lost contact with him over the years. My father, Ralph, was Bobby’s father’s brother. So sorry for your loss. Judy Lynch NcCullum
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Ernie Ritchie

Posted at 07:24pm
sorry for your lost--Ernie&barb Ritchie[Dartmouth fire]
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Graham Brundage

Posted at 10:31am
To: Bev and Family, Our deepest sympathy, on Bob,s passing. I worked with Bob for the best part of my career, and He always treated Me fair. We had a lot of fun off duty, re: curling, golfing, etc. He will be deeply missed, not only as my Boss, but as My Friend. Our thoughts and Prayers are with You,
Sincerely, Graham & Judy Brundage
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Graham Brundage

Posted at 10:24am
To: Bev & Family, our deepest sympathy are with You, on Bob,s passing.I worked with Bob for the best part of My Fire Career, and He always treated Me fair.We had a lot of fun off duty,re: curling, golf, etc.He will be deeply missed, not only as My Boss at work, but as my Friend. Out Thoughts and Prayers are with You, Sincerely,
Graham & Judy Brundage
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Thom Shields

Posted at 10:02am
My deepest condolences Connie to you and your family. May his memories ease the pain you are going through and bring a smile to you when times are hard.
Thom Shields.
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