Robert Edward Jeannot

16-Mar-1965 - 19-Nov-2021

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Posted by Kelly Eaglestone | 25-Nov-2021

Charlene - sending you and your family our sincere condolences and a BIG BIG hug! Love: Kelly & Paul Eaglestone; Tom, Jeff, Janet & Greg Conrod & families. xoxo

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Posted by Cindy & Peter Forbes | 25-Nov-2021

Charlene and family ... we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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Posted by Dot and Ron Vallillee | 25-Nov-2021

Charlene and Family, Our condolences in your loss. May memories of happy times bring you comfort in the days to come. Fair winds and following seas, Rob.

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Posted by Marc St. Jean | 25-Nov-2021

My deepest condolences to Rob's Familly. I had the privilege of sailing on two ships with Rob. He was a pleasure to be around and work with. He will be missed.

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Posted by Jeff Paquette | 25-Nov-2021

I had the privilege of working with Rob at Cape Scott, dealing with submarines and sharing some travel along the way. The joy and laughter he brought with him everywhere he went will be missed. My sincere sympathies to Charlene, Kelsie and Jake.

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Posted by Blair Burke | 25-Nov-2021

As a civilian who worked in the Antenna shop for many years I crossed paths with Rob many times, he always had a smile on and a hello Blair. A great guy who will be missed. Calm seas Rob.
Blair Burke

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Posted by Steve Critch | 25-Nov-2021

As a retired sailor as well Rob and I crossed paths at both the fleet school and ships. In 2000 Rob and I completed the 12 month French language course at Shearwater when we both shared in the interest and difficulty in trying to learn a new language. Rob would always show up with a smile on his, but none bigger then when he bought his new Honda! We decided collectively that Jeannot was not French enough do his French name was “Jean Guy”, which stuck for the course! A great softball player, and someone I’m glad I have the honour to know! Rest in piece Rob

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Posted by Wes Olsen | 24-Nov-2021

Rob and I have been friends since the first weekend off-base in Cornwallis. The first of many epic parties. He's been my, roommate, mentor, counselor, co-worker and fellow student but always a great friend. Its been my privilege to know him and he will be sorely missed. Deepest condolences from Nikki and I for Char, Jake and Kelsie. Goodbye my friend.

Wes Olsen

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Posted by Jim Hauglum | 24-Nov-2021

I am very saddened to hear of Rob’s passing I will always remember his smile He was very special to my wife Pat I am sure that Pat and other family members in heaven are holding their arms out wide to give him a big hug as he joins them in heaven ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Posted by John Heffernan | 24-Nov-2021

I wish to extend my condolences to Ron’s family and friends. Rob and I did basic training back in 1985. You never forget the people that you met during that formative time. Rob was a great guy and it was pleasure to have known him.

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