Galbraith, Robert ‘Bob’, D.C.

Galbraith, Robert ‘Bob’, D.C.

February 2nd, 2021

Passed away peacefully, at home on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at the age of 88. Beloved husband of Joan for 65 years. Loving father of Jeff, the late Scott (Julia), Tim, and Judy (Don Ashman). Proud Papa of Matthew, Thomas, Emma (Adrian) and Lisa. Bob will be missed by his nieces, nephew and extended Hopkins family. He was a practising Chiropractor for over 50 years. Bob enjoyed golf and curling as a member of the Highland Country Club. He was an avid sports fan and would often be found watching his grandchildren play sports. A special thank you to his nurse, Sinoja and Dr. Achtar for their exceptional care. The family will be having a private Celebration of Life at a later date. In memory of Bob, please raise a glass in his honour. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Bob are asked to consider the London Regional Cancer Program. 

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Clara McVittieDear Joan, Honey and Family, So sorry to hear about the passing of Bob; he will be dearly missed. Hang on to all those fond memories of him as these will help you get through the tough days ahead. Please know you will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time in your lives. Bob will always be in Stanley's heart for all the delicious treats he gave Stanley. Stanley says "thanks Bob!" Deepest sympathy to all, Clara, Brian and Stanley xoxo
Paul and Bunny HarrisDear Joan, and Jeff, Tim, Judy We extend our sincere condolences to all of you, your spouses, and grandchildren. We hope that time will heal and you can remember all the memories you had with your family. We will remember the many conversations while Bob and Joan lived on Tweed Cres. Our deepest sympathy to everyone, Paul and Bunny
Rosanna TrovatoI was saddened to see that Bob has passed. My sincerest condolences to all of you.. Bob was my chiropractor who helped me immensely until his retirement. May he rest in eternal peace and always be in your hearts. Rosanna
Ann PinchinJoan ,my sincere sympathy to you and the family. I know you will have lots of happy memories to help sustain you in this most difficult of times. I've been remembering some of our days spent at Highland and the enjoyment that we all shared . Where have all the years gone. Thinking of you. Ann
Bev and Ted BarberJoan- Our sincere condolences to you and your family. May the happy memories of the years you had together give you comfort at this time. We have fond memories of our time together curling and golfing at Highland and more recently at exercise at Western.. May he rest in peace
Doris Barrett and SonsDear Joan and Family; It is with a heavy heart that I write these lines and send you my deepest condolences. Bob was my chiropractor and not only that, he was also my 'boss', as I worked for him for a few years. But most of all he was a dear friend. Yes, I will raise a glass in his honor. May God grant him eternal happiness. "When we are born, we cry and the world rejoices. When we die, we rejoice and the world cries." - Tibetan Saying
Monica PorterDear Joan, I was saddened to read Bob’s obituary this morning. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers Monica
Doug and Gladys McDonaldDear Joan and Family -- just received the sad news of Bob's passing from a former London neighbour - we have so many fond memories of our fun times together with you folks during our time in London - please know that you are in our thoughts at this most difficult time With much love and sympathy Doug and Gladys McDonald
David E TonnerDear Joan and family, I am sorry for your loss of Bob. Life had been difficult for him towards the end, but I know that you cared for him very well and knowing that, along with the good times of earlier years, may those memories console each of you.
Wayne Ferguson, Kim ChapmanJudy, Kim’ and I would like to extend our deepest condolences. I have had a few good conversations with your dad in the driveway and he was a gentleman to whom I admired. I know he will missed. I also would like to pass on our condolences to Don, Mat and Thomas as well as your mom.
Marg and Tony Mitchell To Joan and all your family: We were so sorry to hear about Bob. He was a wonderful chiropractor when Tony’s back needed repair. We also enjoyed curling with or against both of you. As novice curlers, we appreciated your kindness. Our sympathy is with you at this sad time.
Elda and Don JuryHi Joan, Elda and I wish to extend to you and your family our sincere condolences. We met you and Bob when you moved into our building a few years ago. Elda enjoyed her playing cards with you both, and always enjoyed talking to you while you were walking honey. Take care Joan. Apt.202
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