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Robert Lowe

Robert Burn Lowe

Saturday, February 19th, 1927 - Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
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Karen (Moon) Labord

Posted at 10:33am
Uncle Bob,
Where do I begin? So many wonderful memories, Christmas at your house, summer holidays & Labour Day weekends at Sauble Beach. Something I had forgotten about until yesterday, was how you spent hours teaching me to sing "Baby Take A Bow"', with me sitting on a bar stool with the mike & recording it so Uncle Stan could hear the next time he came from New York. The times you would put on your funny glasses with your funny voice oh how we would laugh. When I was little how much you loved it when I combed your hair and how much you & Aunt Thelma didn't love it when I messed up the stones in the cactus & you guys would spend hours after I left sorting the stones out. The times at the beach when you would take us out in the water to the first sand bar with the air mattress that was especially fun when the waves were big.
I loved listening to you sing & play the sax, when I was young thinking you were on the radio, not knowing that it was actually Frank Sinatra, maybe now you will get to sing with "Ole Blue Eyes". Labour Day weekend jam sessions you would fret so & hope for no rain, and most of the time they went off without a hitch. It was great when I was finally old enough to be able to go & watch you and the band.
You are now with Auntie Thelma, or "Dolly" as you so lovingly called her & your other loved ones.
Keep on singing! RIP Uncle Bob.

Love Karen
JL

Jane Noseworthy Lowe

Posted at 03:31pm
My dear brother-in-law, where do I start. From the memories in the Lowe family basement to the many dances, all the summers at Sauble Beach and Christmas was always a great tradition. I miss those times. You are with those you love and I'm sure the band plays on! Rest in Peace my friend. xoxo
RH

rob haye

Posted at 09:59am
Uncle Bob,
My fondest memories growing up were the xmas parties you and Aunt Thelma held each year at your home on Gildea. Those were some special parties you held for both family and friends that will never be forgotten.
I know time passed us by very quickly as we all grew up and had families of our own, but I cherished these last few years getting to know you once again and hearing stories of the old band days and life itself. I will miss those talks.
You are at peace now with loved one's who will take care of you.
All our love
Rob and Frances Haye
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