Obituary of Robert Herbert Lundmark
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LUNDMARK, Robert Herbert "Bob"
January 2, 1927 – May 19, 2022
A life to be truly celebrated, beloved husband, father, papa, uncle, and friend passed away at home in
Born and raised in
On July 5, 1952 he married the love of his life, Doris Hermanson, and settled in
After 30 years with the railroad, he retired after suffering a heart attack at age 48. Bob always had a natural instinct for business, so he then joined
Bob enjoyed golf and played up until age 94. He loved to entertain and hosted many get togethers, dinners and parties for family and friends. He was a skilled card player no matter what the game and especially enjoyed playing bridge in his later years. He had a passion for gardening and was so proud of his apple trees and vegetable garden. He always made it known that his lawn was much greener than any of his neighbors.
His amazing way with people attracted lifelong friendships of all ages from all walks of life. He had a positive attitude, rarely complained, or spoke about himself and was sincerely inquisitive of and interested in others. He was very generous always looking for opportunities to help those in need. Bob had a great sense of humour and was skilled at charming, teasing, and generating friendly banter with all.
Bob leaves behind his wife Doris; his daughters, Deborah (Michael de Coninck Smith) and Sandra (Tony Garnett); son, Greg (Anne); son-in-law Bruce (Vinding); grandchildren, Britta (de Coninck Smith), Erik (de Coninck Smith), Nils (Searing), Haley (Garnett), Johnathan (Garnett), Andrew (Garnett), Amanda (Rushton), Kelda (Toney), Allison, David, Kenton (Vinding), Riley-James (Vinding), seven step great grandchildren and many nephews and nieces.
He was predeceased by his parents Frank and Astrid; daughter, Elisa (Lundmark-Vinding); infant son, Robert James; siblings, Hildur (Robinson), Esther, Edith (Pettibone), Bill, George, Eddy, Ellen (Cymbolisky), Elsie (Flemming) and Edna (Therian).
The family is grateful to the Coronary Artery Rehabilitation Group CARB at the Saskatoon Fieldhouse where Bob participated for approximately 45 years.Donations in Bob’s memory can be made to www.carg.ca.
The Service to celebrate Bob’s life will be held