Robert Edward Jeannot

16-Mar-1965 - 19-Nov-2021

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Posted by Dan Easley | 27-Nov-2021

I had the honor of working with Rob through the years on a number of projects. He was always a bright light, fun to work with and strived to stay fit. He would never pass up a volleyball challenge! Rob will be sorely missed by myself and the team we worked with.

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Posted by Gorman Doyle | 27-Nov-2021

Hi Charlene - I got to know Rob through curling at CFB during Sunday morning curling and Tuesday/Thursday night leagues. What a great guy, real gentleman and really good curler! We had many chat about his military time, civilian time and Halifax Mooseheads hockey. I only ever played as an opponent of Rob in curling but I can tell you when I was on the ice playing I always felt I was actually a part of His team! That's the way he made you feel. God bless him. Truly miss him. My condolences to you all.

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Posted by Richard O'Hearn | 26-Nov-2021

Dear Charlene and Family, I am deeply sorry to hear of Rob's passing. He was a great guy and fun to be around during the Sigma softball team years, I have many fond memories of him.

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Posted by Sean Kenny | 26-Nov-2021

I knew Rob when I was on the Gatineau, he was a funny, genuine, good person! I always enjoyed talking with him and having a few cold ones. He was easy going and fun to be around, a great loss! My thoughts are with the family

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Posted by Yvonne and Robert Fox | 25-Nov-2021

"May time ease the pain but not erase the memories, Charlene, Kelsie and Jacob as well as your extended families and friends. Our sincere condolences from the Fox families in Cape Breton."

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Posted by Jessica & Warren Sperry-Reid | 25-Nov-2021

Our deepest condolences to Robs family. We are thinking of you during this hard time.

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Posted by Brad and Eunice Smith | 25-Nov-2021

We are deeply saddened hearing of Rob's passing. I had the privilege of working with Rob in Cape Scott on Submarines after he retired from the Navy. He was always cheerful, positive, hard working and a gentleman besides being a good friend. We feel fortunate to have had an enjoyable lunch visit from Rob and Charlene last spring. A memory we will treasure. RIP my friend.

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Posted by Tony Crossley | 25-Nov-2021

Shocked to hear of your passing Rob. You were a great shipmate and a great teammate. Always saw the fun in life. My condolences to Rob's family. Stand down, my friend. We got the watch.

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Posted by Nikki Soontiens | 25-Nov-2021

To our friend Rob,
Whose smile was contagious and lived his best life to the fullest! We will miss you my friend.
Char, Kelise and Jake thinking of you all and sending love and hugs your way <3


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Posted by Dave Sayer | 25-Nov-2021

I'm shocked and so saddened to hear of Rob's passing. I worked with Rob at the Dockyards doing late night alignments for INS and weapons systems for the Navy, and curled with him abit on Sunday mornings. A good guy, great skip.

My sincere condolences to his family and friends.

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