Bob Lamb Obituary, Cause Of Death – We regret to inform you that Bob Lamb has passed away. Our hearts go out to you at this time. Bob, who was 67 years old when he passed away on January 10, 2020, at the Douglas Memorial Hospital, did so without suffering and with his loved ones by his side.
His wife Debbie Lamb (Tims), daughter Tanya Lamb-Feren (Corey), and son Robbie Lamb are the only members of Bob’s immediate family to survive him. Grandchildren Brittany Lamb, Landen Lamb Ward, Jaxson and River Lamb-Feren, and great-granddaughters Ember Stuffels and Haven Stuffels. Susan Greenman’s brother, Wendy Davis (Harley) Davis, Harley (David).
Bob is a native Torontonian who received his primary and secondary education at Elmlee public school and Thistletown Collegiate. Bob and Debbie first connected with one another in 1969 at Thisletown, where they eventually became close friends, fell in love, and got married the following year. For another half century, they will still be going strong.
Bob spent most of his working life as a qualified mechanic in a number of different settings. When Bob started working as a maintenance man at the N.E.T. campground 17 years ago, he realized that he had discovered the job of his dreams. The Miklavcic family, who owned the business, were like a second family to him.
During his stay there, he was diagnosed with cancer, which he bravely fought with chemotherapy and radiation while continuing to work. Despite his illness, he never stopped working. Because of the work, he had a reason to keep going. Bob was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather to his family.