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Obituary of Robert Donald Lamb
Lamb : Donald Robert David 1952 – 2020 It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of Robert “Bob” Lamb. Bob passed away peacefully with his family at his side on January 10, 2020 at the Douglas memorial Hospital at the age of 67. Bob is survived by his wife Debbie Lamb (Tims), daughter Tanya Lamb-Feren (Corey), son Robbie Lamb. Grandchildren Brittany Lamb, Landen Lamb Ward, Jaxson and River Lamb-Feren, and great grandchildren Ember Stuffels and Haven Stuffels. Brother to Wendy Davis (Harley), Susan Greenman (David). Bob was born and raised in Toronto where he attended Elmlee public school and Thistletown Collegiate. Bob and Debbie met in 1969 at Thisletown, became great friends, fell in love and married in 1970. They will still going strong 50 years later. Bob worked most of his life as a licensed mechanic in various locations. Bob found his dream job 17 years ago when he started working at the N.E.T. campground as a maintenance man. The owners, the Miklavcic family became his second family. During his time there he developed the cancer he battled so courageously through chemo and radiation without slowing down, he continued to work. The work gave him purpose to keep going. Bob was a great husband, father and papa. He loved his grandkids and watching his grandson excel in Hockey. Bob will always be remembered as a great guy always ready to help anyone that needed it. He had a huge heart if you had him in your life, you knew he loved you. Our entire family would like to say a huge thank you to Liz (nurse) and Dr. Scher for making his last days comfortable and easy. We’d like to thank the nurses at the palliative care unit at Douglas Memorial Hospital and all the staff at the Walker Cancer Centre for giving Bob so much care and love over the last 5 years, he gave it a valiant fight. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be announced. If making contributions in Bob’s memory, please consider the Douglas Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Rest in Peace Bob, always in our hearts and prayers.