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George Roberts

George Roberts

Friday, April 17th, 2020
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Obituary

George Byron Roberts (December 8th, 1955 - April 17, 2020)


We've all lost a Son, Brother, Uncle, Stepdad and Friend. Cheers to George who loved “Gatherings” more than anything! A gourmet cook, fine woodworker, world traveler, lover of books, music and an accomplished Intellect. How we will miss you! You loved to tear up a dance floor, all things sports (it’s genetic), a good golf or squash game, wine and fine foods! Your nephews, nieces and significant others, were all privileged to have you in theirs lives. We Love You George!

The Roberts Family (Dan, Kim, Ryan, Cassie, Colleen, Kara, Ian, Amie and Rich)
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Randall Templeton

Posted at 02:01pm
George will always be remembered as a great ambassador for our Chemical Engineering class. His generous spirit won him friends wherever he went, and his energy kept our class connected for over 40 years. It is no small thing to us that our relatively small class had the largest turnouts for university reunions, and this was largely due to George's efforts. Our class is like a family, and George was the heart of it. We will miss him greatly.

Ashton So

Posted at 09:29pm
George and I were in the same Chemical Engineering class at the University of Waterloo.I will always remember George for his generous smile and positive demeanor.I got to know George well when we both ended up working in the Toronto area.We were both into squash and we ended up playing quite frequently.The highlight of our squash games were apres-squash beers and Indian food.I was very impressed with how cosmopolitan George was - here's a white guy from a small town Ontario and he loves spicy foreign food! George, I hope there's plenty of spicy food wherever you are now.You're a great guy and human being.
JG

Jean-Pierre Guedes

Posted at 10:27am
when one of our dear friends has left this earth, the hurt never goes away, we just survive his lost for ever :-(
JG

Jean-Pierre Guedes

Posted at 08:46am
Great picture of George, the way he needs to be remembered and as I remembered him myself.
Jean-Pierre Guedes
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David Smith

Posted at 05:54pm
I meet George during 1B U of W school term January to April 1975. In the fall 2A term the friendship expanded as a portion of the Chemical Engineering Class was living in the Sunnydale town houses. George always had a smile on his face and a positive attitude no-matter what was going on. Parties, baseball and hockey along with school work were part of our life then. George became our permanent Class Rep on our stream and remained that way all through our reunions with organizing a lot of the functions with Steve Kozary. I remember walking into the restaurant the Friday evening during our last reunion in 2019 (40 years) and he was so glad to see me show up with that familiarly smile and laugh of his. I will remember for a long time. We talked a lot that evening and that is the way I will remember George being happy, laughing and smiling and enjoying everyone at our reunion. This past Christmas George sent out a Christmas greeting on email. I responded and glad I did as that was the last words we spook. I pass along my condolences to George’s Family & Friends for this loss. Dave Smith.
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