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Date of Passing: Dec 21, 2015

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ROBERT KNOX Robert Knox, born 1950 in Armadale, Scotland, sadly passed away in Winnipeg on December 21, 2015, at 65 years young. He was diagnosed with skin cancer which weakened him to where he could not defend himself from an internal infection in his body. The loved ones in his life are deeply saddened and shocked at how quickly he passed, but we take comfort that the last few weeks of his life were a positive and happy time, and that he passed painlessly while comforted by those who love him. He will be greatly missed by his son Martin, his daughter-in-law Suchada, his grandson Richard, and a host of dear friends in Winnipeg. A celebration will be held in his honour at a later date. If you wish to attend, please contact Kathryn at:

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 06, 2016

Condolences & Memories (6 entries)

  • One of the best! A biting wit that bit us many times. "Is this going to be a long story?" We will miss you, Bobby. - Posted by: Patty McInerney and Herman Fischer (Friends) on: Jan 21, 2016

  • Bobby will forever be sadly missed! He added alot of joy and happiness to our family! Rest in eternal peace. - Posted by: Annette & Trent Banera (sister and brother-law) on: Jan 09, 2016

  • We were so sad to hear about the passing of Bobby.You will be sadly missed. Bob had a great sense of humor,was a very loving and caring person especially when it came to our sister Louise, the love of his life. you are both together again. Rip Bobby - Posted by: Liz and Bill Carpenter (sister and brother in law) on: Jan 09, 2016

  • A great man. I knew Bobby for many years and shared many laughs and good times. He will be dearly missed. RIP dear friend. - Posted by: Crystal Johnson (Friend) on: Jan 07, 2016

  • We were devastated to hear of Bobby's passing. We were fortunate to call him a dear friend. We loved his humour, sarcasm, and his uncanny wit. He had a big heart, but always pretended no to. We will miss him dearly. Our deepest sympathies to his son, daughter-in-law, and new grandson. Hope you and Phil are watching a soccer match with a beer in hand. - Posted by: Carlos and Cari Goncalves (Friends) on: Jan 07, 2016

  • He had a wonderful laugh, great smile,he could run a mile on the football field. I enjoyed my time with him when ever we got together, will be missed. - Posted by: Malcolm Collins (Friend) on: Jan 07, 2016

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