In Loving Memory
of
Robert Edward “Bob” Walker

Service
WEDNESDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2020. COMMENCING AT 1.30 P.M.
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Robert Edward “Bob” Walker
Passed away peacefully on
13th November 2020. Aged 90 years.
Husband of Rhonda and Moira (both dec). 
Loved father of Peter, Sharon and Katrina. 
Father-in-law of Rose and Frank.
Cherished grandfather of
Stephanie, Melissa and Alisha. 
Great grandfather of
Marli Rose and Jackson.
Always in our hearts.

A Funeral Service for
Bob Walker will be held at
David W Bull Cranbourne Funeral Home
6 Brunt Street, Cranbourne on
Wednesday 25th November 2020
commencing at 1.30 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.
Invite only due to the
current Government restrictions.

Please click on the link below to view
the Funeral Service for Bob
which is scheduled to commence at
1.30 p.m. on Wednesday 25th November 2020.

Click here to the view live stream of Bob’s service

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  1. Deepest sympathy for the loss of a wonderful family member and a dad of my best mate Peter. Our hearts are with you all during this time.
    Andrew, Thy and Jamie Franklin

    Andrew Franklin
  2. Dear Peter, Sharon, Katrina and family’s, our sincerest condolences on the passing of your father and grandfather,

    Thinking of you all at this sad time and sending you hugs.

    “Words will not wipe away your tears and hugs may not ease the pain, but hold onto your memories because forever they will remain”.

    Love Carolyn and Ben

    Carolyn Williams and Ben van den Akker
  3. RIP ‘old man’ as you like to be called. Thankyou for being a wonderful father & mate! I wonder are you a toy with the batteries taken out now as you always said thats what happens when you died? or have you met all the cats & other animals & people that came through in your life? God peace ol’man until we meet again. Katrina. xx

    Katrina walker
  4. Words cannot explain the sadness I feel now that you have gone. I hope you are in a happier place running free, I miss you so much, You taught me so much about life and gave me the advice I needed, you were as close to a dad that anyone could ask for, You understood how I was feeling and I could come into your shed on a cold night sit by the potbelly stove and no words were needed we understood each other perfectly. I felt safe and never alone when you were there. All the good times we had and the talks we had will be in my heart and memories for a lifetime. The train may have left the station for the last time but your journey has only just begun, R.I P, Bye for now but not forever.

    barb suttie
  5. R.I.P. Bob.. we had many good times with all of our trains enjoy travelling arround the train tracks in heaven with Roger.
    Condolences Katrina so sorry for your loss
    Love Mary

    Mary Walton
  6. To Peter Sharon Katrina and families
    Our deepest condolences to you all on the loss of your beautiful Dad.
    Such a lovely man and we’re thankful to have known him and been able to listen to his wonderful life stories. Great neighbor always with a smile and a joke. He will certainly be missed. Xxx

    Peter and Vicki Rawling
  7. We wish we could have been there with you today. Know that we are Thinking of you as you say goodbye to Bob. May he meet up with Roger, and discuss trains again.

    Steve & Nasa Walton
  8. My beautiful Grandpa, I can’t believe ur gone. U were such a beautiful soul and a true gentleman. Thank u for our close bond. U always made me feel so special and loved. I will never forget, throughout my childhood u always told me how u were at the hospital when I was born and u heard the first squawk. I loved how talking to u about life just made everything feel so simple. I am so grateful to have had u as such a significant person in my life. I thank u, I love u.

    Stephanie
  9. Great memories of your father and all of you as neighbours. Grateful to be able to attend his memorial, and see you all once again. Will never forget Bob’s dry sense of humour, his smile, and his laugh – that sharp intake of breath through his smile! Try find a ‘penny bunger’ and fir off that ‘cannon’ one last time…! 🙂

    Don Percy
  10. Hoppy, Peter & Sharon
    My deepest condolences to you all,
    You gave him a lovely send off, he would have been proud.
    He is now resting and will always be in your hearts.
    RIP Mr Walker

    Jennifer Middleton (Walton)