In Celebration of

Robert Uhrig

December 4, 1982 -  April 16, 2019

It is with great sadness that our family shares the passing of Rob on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Rob will be lovingly remembered by his parents John and Anita, brother JD, sister-in-law Christine, niece Gretchen, and fiancé Viviane.

Please join us in celebrating his life at a Visitation from 6-9 pm on Thursday, April 25, 2019 and/or a Chapel Service from 3-3:30 pm on Friday, April 26, 2019


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Hal & Bellis Harris (Friend)

Entered April 22, 2019 from Naples, FL

I remember playing many rounds of golf with Rob and family in Naples. He was a pleasure to hang out with. He was always good spirited, happy and was always smiling. And he hit the ball a mile off the tee! We will miss him.

Gene/Sue Harris (Friend of Family)

Entered April 22, 2019 from Naples, Fl

Rob will be greatly missed and has gone robe with our lord much too early!!

God Speed,Rob,God Speed

Betsy Ann Huehn (Aunt)

Entered April 23, 2019 from North York

From the time my nephew, Rob, was a wee boy, he held a special place in my heart. He was always caring, respectful and polite.
I will forever remember his endearing, mischievous grin.
Rest In Peace, Rob

Amelia Uhrig (Great Aunt)

Entered April 23, 2019 from Waterloo. Ont. N2L 1W3

Rob was a wonderful nephew- kind and considerate. We will miss him.

Bob & Wendy Uhrig (Second Cousin)

Entered April 24, 2019 from Griffin,GA

We wish we would have known him better.
Rest in peace Rob.

Life Stories 

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Entered April 22, 2019 from KINCARDINE

Rob was a beautiful little boy-----chubby,beautiful eyes and a sweet disposition. His constant companion was his fluffy bunny he called"BUN". Anita and I were in Wiarton in July 1984 with JD and Robbie to do the laundry. John and Anita were in the midst of moving back to Waterloo and were renting a cottage at Sauble Beach for the Summer
. As Anita and I were crossing the busy Main Street with the laundry and the children, Robbie let out a blood curdingly scream and crying "BUN,BUN BUN". We kept on going across the street with Robbie completely out of control with his frantic screaming. We had no idea what his problem was until we reach the other side of the street . There was "POOR BUN" out in the middle of the street with the cars swirving around him and Robbie looking at his beloved bunny in great danger.Anita quickly stopped the traffic and retrived "BUN".Robbie and HIS "BUN were reunited with hugs and kisses ----All was well again in Robbie's and Bun's world. I am greatly sadden by Rob's sudden death,He will be greatly missed in our family circle.

Love Auntiie Joan


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