Robert "Bob" Gordon Braybrook

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020
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Braybrook, Robert (Bob) Gordon

It is with broken hearts we announce the unexpected passing of Robert (Bob) Gordon Braybrook at the age of 69 at St Joseph’s Hospital April 28, 2020. Predeceased by parents Gordon Walker Braybrook and Lucille Templeman, siblings Bonnie Lou and William Walker, and wife Patricia Farrell. He leaves to mourn Debby Belding, his wife of 23 years, and loyal pet Oscar. Loving and proud father to Erin (Carmelo Alicata), Jennifer and Robert. Remembered and loved deeply by many close family and friends. Bob lived life to the fullest with a positive attitude and his intellect, sense of humour and “radio” voice will definitely be missed. Honest and hard working he loved business and mentored many throughout his over 40 years in the concrete industry (Canada Building Materials and Dufferin Concrete). He played and coached baseball, played and refereed hockey and was an avid golfer, snowmobiler and fisherman, especially at his favourite lake Mesomikenda. He always enjoyed a good game of cards and, of course, a “tap” of red. After retirement he became an accomplished woodworker, with many people proud to own a Braybrook masterpiece.
Cremation has taken place. Internment Coldwater Cemetery. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to Heart & Stroke Founation, Diabetes Association, Kidney Foundation, Liver Foundation, Arthritis Society, SPCA or a charity of your choice would be sincerely appreciated by the family. The family would like to thank the medical staff at St. Joseph’s and Hamilton General Hospitals for their care and compassion these past few months. Special thanks to Dr. H. Fergani, Dr. A Prebtani, Dr. D. Szalay, Dr. A. Kitching, Dr. C. Ribas, Dr. P. Boulis, Dr. J. Wronzberg, Dr. L. Finkelstein and Dr. D Brandt-Vegas.
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Cathy McKnight

Posted at 02:39pm
My heart goes out to you Debbie at this time. Unfortunately I can not share a memory of Bob because I did not know him but I wish I did . These memories describe a wonderful fun loving man. You were definitely were blessed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Cathy and Ken

Hannele Lavemaa

Posted at 05:46pm
I was saddened to learn about Bob's passing - he was a true fighter and optimist. He was one of those remarkable persons that have an impact on you. I admired his positive outlook and enjoyed the thoughtful conversations I had with him when I visited Debby and Bob. I will miss these conversations and the wonderful fish and chips dinners Bob was always ready to prepare for his guests. I will remember the many laughs we had. Hannele Lavemaa

Ted Frederick Hawke

Posted at 12:08pm
Loosing a life long friend is like losing one of your own family. We will miss all the laughs and great conversations. RIP we will never forget you. Love Ted and Diane Hawke

Jim Kivinen

Posted at 07:38pm
Bob and his family were patients at my dental office since the kids were young. The entire office would always look forward to his visits, he just had that ability to make everyone happy. Bob and I discovered a mutual love of hockey, golf and beer and we had great times together participating in all of these endeavours. He was a true friend and although our various body ailments have limited our activities together over the last several years I will miss him greatly.
My deepest condolences to his family.

Gord Millar

Posted at 04:10pm
Recall with fondness many an evening sitting in Bob’s garage with a brew, after a ball game at Freelton Centennial Park. Those were the days!
Gord Millar.

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