Disotell, Robert Simon

Disotell, Robert Simon

November 29th, 2015

Robert Simon Disotell, in his 81st year, has passed away peacefully after a short illness, on Sunday, November 29th, 2015.  Bob was well known in the General Insurance Business.  He is survived by his wife Audrey (Joynt) Disotell, his son Scott Disotell (Ruth) in Brampton, stepsons Chuck Joynt (Carol) in London and Bob Joynt (Laura) in London. He is the loving Papa of grandchildren David Joynt (London), Rob Joynt (Brie) in Brantford and Cambria McKay (Brampton). Bob is predeceased by his parents Yvonne and Halley Disotell (Cornwall) and brother Eugene Disotell (Cornwall).  A Memorial Reception will be hosted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London on Saturday, December 5th, 2015 between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Our family would like to extend our sincere appreciation for the compassionate care and support that was provided by the Nurses, Doctors and Staff on the 5th Floor, CCU, LHSC.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Bob's memory to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, London Humane Society, or a charity of your choice.

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Brian & Janine GreeneOur thoughts and prayers go out to you Audrey and all of your family during this very sad time. We will miss Bob very much. He had the best smile and we will cherish the years you were our neighbours.
Scott, Ruth & CambriaHey Dad, we thought we would drop you a note to say how much we love you and that we will miss you. We also know there are a couple of puppies waiting for you up their so you can take them on a long awaited " W "
Brian & Patricia CarrierDear Audrey Please accept our sincere sympathy on your loss of Bob. He was such a nice person and we enjoyed his company. We fondly remember our trips together and the good times we spent in Florida.
Kent & Maxine ClarkWe were so sad to learn yesterday morning of the passing of our dear friend and neighbour, Bob Disotell. There are so many memories. We will never forget Bob daily skimming the algae from the water feature - and on some occasions with his rubber boots actually in the pond ....... daily walks with Cashew ....... and the knowledge that our two 'gatekeepers' kept a vigilant eye on the comings and goings in our little village of Foxborough Chase. Always a gentleman, Bob made every day a little brighter for all he met. No one will miss Bob more than his beloved wife, Audrey. What a team! An inspiration to us all. Our hearts are heavy and thoughts are with you, Audrey. You miss him, but we know that you have many good memories to help you through this difficult time. Kent & Maxine Clark
Louise & Peter NewsonOur sincere condolences to Audrey and family. As neighbors at Foxborough Chase, we looked forward to seeing Bob and Cashew on their daily rounds. It gave us a chance to enjoy his company. Breakfast each Saturday morning added to it all. How else could we stay up-to-date and where else could Peter and Bob discuss cars, televisions, and other important guy things? We will miss him very much.
Richard & Yvette VoegelinWe have had a short but oh so sweet acquaintance with Bob having bought their unit in the village on top of the hill. Our time with Bob was always accompanied with laughter and good will. We truly have come to love Audrey and Bob in this short period of time. Their sincerity shows threw in all they say and do. Audrey, our sincerest prayers go out to you in these very difficult days.
William & Lorie BethelDear Audrey we were taking a back by Bob's sudden passing; be assured our prayers are with you. Yours fondly
Ronald and Dolores DaggOur thoughts are with the family. As we reflect back in time, we did have a lot of good times and laughs, too many to mention. We wish we could be with you. but we are with you in spirit. We certainly will be in touch when we return, LOVE Dolores and Ronald
Norma ClareTo Audrey and Family - We were so sorry to learn about Bob. How well we recall all our good times and the fun we've shared over the years. Such wonderful memories! Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Hope to see you Saturday. In caring - Bill and Norma Clare
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