Nisbet, Robert

February 11, 1941 ~ November 7, 2018

NISBET, Robert Dryden – Age 77, of Corunna, passed away at his residence on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.  Beloved husband of the late Hazel Nisbet (2012).  Survived by nieces and nephews Marianne (Steve) Williams and their children Jessica and Kyle, Bill (Dianne) Eyre and their children William and Michael. Great-great uncle of Lucas. Dear brother-in-law of Jean (David) Cook, Charlie (Helen) Tulloch, Keith Tulloch, Russell (Joanne) Tulloch, Gloria (Thomas) Johnstone. Predeceased by parents Dryden and Edith Nisbet, sister Rachel (James) Eyre.

Family and friends will be received at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, Brigden on Sunday, November 11, 2018 from 2-4 pm.

Funeral service will be held on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 11:00 am from the funeral home.  Rev. Jill Rogers officiating.  Interment at Moore Union Cemetery.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Courtright United Church or St. Joseph’s Hospice.

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  1. Dave & I are so sorry to have heard of Bob’s passing. We were glad to have met him and so enjoyed his stories that he shared over brunches at the Holiday Inn. He so loved his travels and am so happy that he was able to experience the Rock 2 years in a row. I will miss our little chats on his front porch in the summer with our dogs and am glad he is reunited with his wife Hazel that he missed dearly.

  2. Bob will be missed. His trips into the flowershop for a visit were always welcome. Thanks Bob for the privilege to do your final floral arrangement. Know it was made with care on behalf of our friendship. I know your reunion with Hazel will be a great one. I hope u have found the peace you searched for. Love Marianne

  3. We offer our heartfelt sympathies to the whole family …our sincere condolence and prayers are with you🙏🏼🙏🏼
    Ollie & Janet Smith ❤️🙏🏼

  4. i have this feeling there’s one more star up in the sky tonight.
    And even though it’s far away, it’s brightness and warmth still reach us here to make the
    night a little less dark.
    With deepest sympathy,

    Lambton Elderly Outreach

  5. My heartfelt condolences to Bob’s family. Bob was a good friend. It was my privilege to officiate at Bob and Hazel’s wedding service. They were so much in love. They are now reunited. Jan and I looked forward to everyone of Bob’s visits to London.

  6. Marianne Bill, Diane and families: Bob was a unique individual who we all will miss. He will be so happy to be with his precious Hazel and reunited with his Sister and bother in law and old friend and partner George.