Robert Strohm

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STROHM:  Robert Dean “Rob”

Passed away on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at the age of 54 years. Son of the late Lawrence & Deannie. Loving brother of Donna & the late Ed, Cathie (deceased) & Don, Jim & Dianne, Brenda (deceased) & Ben, Randy & Joy, and Roy & Maryann. Loved and remembered by many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Will be sorely missed by his “Club 49 Jarvis” friends and family. Rob had a charismatic nature and made friends easily. He was passionate about journalism and sports. Rob fondly recalled his time working with the Hamilton Dukes hockey club, and he was an avid fan of the New York Yankees, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Vegas Raiders. For those wishing to make a donation in Rob’s memory, the family asks that you consider giving to https://kidsportcanada.ca/ontario/norfolk-county/, a registered charity that provides grants for children’s involvement in sports. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements by Hyde & Mott Chapel, Hagersville. A celebration of his life is being planned for a later date.  www.rhbanderson.com


Condolences

Posted by Russell and Catharine Gill on
Dear Jim and Dianne
Deepest sympathies. Thinking of you
Russell and Cathy Gill
Posted by Karen Dyet Sweeting on
So sad to hear of Rob's passing. He was a fixture around Hagersville when I was a child; always happy and full of life. I'm so sorry he had to leave his loved ones so young. My thoughts, prayers and sympathies go out to the entire family.
Posted by Cheryl Skraba on
Deepest condolences to the entire family.
Posted by Lee Bowen on
Deepest sympathies to all of the Strohm family. Rob was a cherished old friend and he will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
Posted by Jennifer Bennett on
My deepest and heartfelt condolences to the Strohm family. Robbie is a dear friend to many of us in Hagersville, and he will be missed very much.
Posted by Don and Gail Doughty on
Dear Jim, Dianne and family
Sorry to hear about Rob.
Thinking of you
Posted by Paul and Kathy Smelser on
To all the Strohm families, Kathy and I would like to share our deepest sympathies on the loss of Rob. For the past few years now Rob would make his daily walking trip to the store in Jarvis and pass by our home on each trip. Whenever we were outside he would stop briefly to say hello and often we would dive into a conversation concerning sports scores and moves and trades. I’m quite sure in a few cases we made the teams sound a lot better than they actually ended up being. I will certainly miss these enjoyed conversations. We are sorry for your loss and offer our condolences.
Paul and Kathy
Posted by Joanne doughty on
Glen and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Rob. Shocked and saddened to hear this news the other day Our Prayers are with the Strohm family. RIP Rob. Fly Higher and Higher bud
Posted by Darlene and Cam Johnston on
Sincere condolences to all of the families. Thinking of each and every one of you ❤️
Posted by Bob and Rita Bennett on
We are shocked and saddened to learn of Rob's untimely death. We remember him fondly as a personable and enthusiastic young man. Our deep sympathy to all Rob's family, Bob and Rita
Posted by bob and pam phibbs on
So sorry to hear about Rob. Condolences to his family at this time;
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Posted by Lora Campbell on
Deepest condolences to family and friends.
Posted by Paul Doughty on
My deepest sympathies to all of the Strohm family and to all of the people who loved him. He was quite a character and made many people laugh with his great sense of humour. He was also a great teammate when we played ball together in Jarvis and kept everyone entertained with his many funny stories about life. He will be dearly missed for sure and I know that he will live on in all of our fondest memories of him. May he find peace now with all of his most cherished loved ones.
Sincerely,
Paul Doughty and family.
Posted by A-MARIE GRAHAM on
My sincere sympathy to Rob's family. Gone too soon. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by A-MARIE GRAHAM on
My sincere sympathy to Rob's family. Gone too soon. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Patty Smelser on
My condolences to the entire Strohm family and all relatives during this difficult time. Rob was a very good story teller and a source of information. He could keep you entertained for hours. He will be missed immensely. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all. Hugs!
Posted by Jill and Paul Smith on
Our deepest sympathies to all of the Strohm family on the loss of Rob. Sending hugs and prayers.
Posted by Jeff Hagan on
Condolences to all of Rob’s family and friends. I’ve not seen Rob since High school but remember him well. We played on the same team in hockey growing up for a few yrs and of course we hung out offer during those yrs. I wish I had the please of knowing him after high school but moving away and serving in the military prevented that. Way to young Rob to leave this world. From what I remember of you I know that you will be missed greatly. Rest well my friend and keep your stick on the ice.
Posted by Jeff Hagan on
Condolences to all of Rob’s family and friends. I’ve not seen Rob since High school but remember him well. We played on the same team in hockey growing up for a few yrs and of course we hung out offer during those yrs. I wish I had the please of knowing him after high school but moving away and serving in the military prevented that. Way to young Rob to leave this world. From what I remember of you I know that you will be missed greatly. Rest well my friend and keep your stick on the ice.
Posted by Jeff Hagan on
My condolences to all of Rob’s family and friends. I’ve not seen Rob since we were young adults graduating high school. Rob was a good childhood friend back when he lived on Howard St. and played hockey together. I remember he was a great hockey player and always cared about his teammates. We all looked up to him and he was always the guy that looked out for all his teammates. I’m sure after I left to join the military that Rob carried on in life looking out for everyone, it’s just who he was. Wish I had the pleasure of knowing you Rob all these yrs. Rest easy my friend and keep your stick on the ice.
Your friend always.
Posted by Gray and June Cossar on
So sorry to hear of Rob’s passing. Sending our condolences to the family.
Posted by DBR Transport on
Our deepest condolences to the entire Strohm family.
Posted by Ronda DeBoer on
My condolences to Rob’s family and friends
Posted by Kim Family on
Deepest condolences to Rob and his family. He was known for his friendliness and kind nature, and his great passion for sports. He will be missed dearly.
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