Robert Edward Jeannot

16-Mar-1965 - 19-Nov-2021

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Posted by Doug & Kim Brown | 23-Nov-2021

So many great memories of sailing together and port visits with you as my partner in crime! Great memories too of heading downtown Halifax with Charlene & Kim and the gang for parties into the morning. Gone far too soon but memories of you and the great times will live on forever. Our thoughts are with Charlene, Kelsie & Jake. Wish we were back in Canada to attend the service.

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Posted by Jeannie Broderick | 23-Nov-2021

Dear Charlene, kelsey and Jake, our hearts go out to you. Rob was a wonderful man always with a smile, great neighbour and friend, he will be missed!!! The Brodericks

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Posted by Loren Pearson | 23-Nov-2021

Worked and sailed with Rob a number of times over the years. A valued mentor and shipmate. May your memories of him always be the fondest ones.

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Posted by Shawn Savery | 23-Nov-2021

I am Truly sorry to hear of Robs passing. Rob was a great guy who took the time to talk to everyone and always with a smile on his face. RIP shipmate.

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Posted by Frank Perry | 23-Nov-2021

I had the pleasure of working with Rob many days and nights on the Montreal. He never complained just got on with the job. Such a super person who everyone looked up to. You will be sorely missed my friend.

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Posted by Dan Wilmott | 23-Nov-2021

To all of Rob's family, my deepest condolences. Rob was one of those personalities I am never likely to forget. Early in my career he was an example of what it means to be a great shipmate, he brought such enthusiasm to his work it was contagious and if you weren't working on a team with him, you wanted to be. After he joined FMF, seeing his contributions to the submarine program - always with a smile and impeccable competence - we all were better for it. It's not a surprise he is held in equally high regard by everyone he interacted with, both professionally and personally, it was an honour to have served with him.

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Posted by Kerrie Coady | 23-Nov-2021

Charlene, I spent a lot of time in your chair in the earlier years, and always enjoyed having a chat with Rob when he was coming through. My Mom took over where I left off, and we both thought so highly of Rob, such a gentle and kind man, he always stopped to see who was in the chair, and told a story. I fondly remember a tour of the HMCS Athabaskan Rob gave years ago, it left a lasting impression upon me. Our sincere condolences, to you, Kelsie, Jakob, and your entire family. Thank you Rob for your service to our country, may you rest in everlasting peace 🇨🇦Kerrie Coady and Judy Higginbotham

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Posted by John Robins | 23-Nov-2021

My sincere condolences for your loss. I will always remember Rob for his kind soul and laughter that was contagious. You always left with a smile after chatting with him. He will be dearly missed.

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Posted by Chris Blonde | 23-Nov-2021

I first met Rob when his daughter and my son were on the Dartmouth Crusaders swim team together. I later worked with him on submarines when he was working at the Fleet Maintenance Facility. I will always remember his smile and pleasantness no matter what was going on around us. Rest In Peace Rob.

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Posted by Mike Dulude | 23-Nov-2021

Rob and I sailed together on HMCS VILLE DE QUEBEC in early 2000. He was a respected sailor by all and compassionate individual. We stood many duty watches together. We have lost a great person :-(. My sincere condolences to the family.

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