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Robert Whyte

March 6, 2008

Robert Whyte


Dear Pat - my sincere condolances. It was Bob's good advice that got me started in Ontario Hydro Nuclear, during his (your) generous offer of a ride to Guelph. I talked with him once at Lakeview during our careers, and know he loved his work, and again he gave me good advice in getting off shift ASAP. I'm sure he was very proud of you and your family. Bob is warmly remembered. Ross

— Ross Reid, May 4, 2008

Dear Pat, There are no words to express how much my heart goes out to you and your family with the loss of your husband, best friend and Dad. You are such a ray of sunshine and your courage, faith and love will guide you into tomorrow. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, Donna

— Donna Bacher, March 16, 2008

Dear Pat and family, I was deeply saddened to hear about Bob. I worked with Bob for many years at Lakeview and I smile when I remember him. He was smart, dedicated and cared. He taught me so much. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. Norma

— Norma Menis-Croxall, March 16, 2008

Dear Pat, Sorry to hear about your loss. Wishing you strength in this hard time. George Zabek from Lakeview.

— George Zabek, March 16, 2008

Dear Pat and Family We are truly sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Betty (Gillies) & Larry Henry

— Betty Henry, March 14, 2008

Dear Pat, Wally and I were so suddenly saddened to hear of Bob's passing.If we take a moment of silence ,we can still hear Bob chuckling on the front lawn on Carol Rd,while all the kids chased each other.We feel honoured to have known Bob, a truly wonderful man.Our thoughts go out to you Pat, and Matt,Mike and Jessica. With our deepest sympathy... Wally & Sue Frainetti

— Sue Frainetti, March 13, 2008

Dearest Pat and family, We have not seen Bob in many years but will always remember the fun times we shared in the "Tokens" family. Bob's genuineness stood out as a strong character trait. We sure shared a lot of laughs and indeed Bob displayed a great sense of humour. A kind and loving husband and Dad will live on for all of you as you rejoice in being so much a part of his life. We send our love and pray for strength to help you through this difficult time. Maggie and Craig

— maggie newlove, January 1, 2010

Dear Pat and family, So sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the difficult days ahead. Daryl and Ian Leech Psalm 34:18 "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit."

— Daryl and Ian Leech, March 13, 2008

Pat Our condolences go out to you and your family. Sorry we could not attend any service as we are currently in Florida. Our thoughts are with you. Joanne and Ben

— Joanne Ben Yake, March 13, 2008

Dear Pat, Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Glenis Lawrence

— Glenis Lawrence, March 12, 2008

Dearest Pat, Please accept my condolences, also my sister Monique's - wish i was closer physically so as to accompany you on these sad moments - A big big hug at the distance, love, Edda

— Edda Wollstein, March 12, 2008

Dear Pat As you know Bob and I had a very special friendship. We could read each other like a book and we both always looked forward to getting together. I've thought about Bob a lot over the last couple days and my mind always wanders to the things we did together and I always find myself smiling. He was a good man, a good employee and a great friend. I'll carry a piece of Bob with me everywhere I go in life. Bob was a friend, a brother and in some ways a father to me over the years and I will never forget our special companionship. Love Dave

— David Coates, March 12, 2008

Pat: I was saddened to hear of the death of your husband. Please accept my condolences. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Janet Gambrell

— Janet Gambrell, March 11, 2008

I was so saddened by the news of Bob’s passing. With his easygoing style, great sense of humour and a deep love for golf, Bob has left his mark with many of his colleagues and friends at Ontario Hydro / OPG. Bob was a man of modest ways, but his vast knowledge and intelligence shone through in all matters of work, and was regarded as the ultimate thermal operations technician by all who knew him. To Patricia, Michael, Matthew and Jessica, may you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends. Deepest Sympathy

— Pat Smith, March 11, 2008

Dear Patricia, We are so sorry to hear about Bob's death. He was a good man who touched so many lives with his joy and humor. Since he left OPG (Ontario Hydro) we have missed him, and we can only imagine the heartbreak you feel. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Joe Renna - OPG Fossil Head Office

— Joe Renna, March 11, 2008

Pat and family, Deepest sympathy from everyone at The Literacy Council of Burlington. Our thoughts are with you.

— Janet Campbell, March 11, 2008

Pat, I can't begin to imagine your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and wish you the peace and comfort of family and friends. My sympathy also to your children and family. Janet

— Janet Campbell, March 11, 2008

Sorry to learn of your loss Love Pat B

— , January 1, 2010

Pat, Michael, Mathew and Jessica Many years ago I worked with Bob when I was an OIT and he an ATBO at Lakeview. While are paths have not crossed for many years I remember well his personal warmth and cheerful disposition. My thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow.

— Kevin Hayes, March 11, 2008

Pat; I am so sorry to hear about Bob. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

— Nick Allan, January 1, 2010

Pat, Sorry to hear about your loss. Wishing you strength and comfort from your family and friends. Condelences from the YMCA Career Development and Learning Centre Staff

— Christine Vandegraaf, March 10, 2008

To Pat and family, Deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband. We are thinking of you at this time. Dympna Dewar and all staff at Literacy North Halton, Georgetown.

— Dympna Dewar, March 10, 2008

Pat...I'm thinking of you and knowing your strength and courage will help you through this very sad time. Just breathe when you have too...cry when you need time and smile when it feels right! My sympathies to your children:( May memories of happier times comfort all of you at this very sad time in your life.

— Sheena, March 10, 2008

Pat, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. It must be so hard to bear. With deepest sympathy, Trudy

— Trudy Olsen, March 10, 2008

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