Robert Milne

Obituary of Robert Milne

Robert “Bob” Milne, 65 years, passed away suddenly of natural causes on June 22, 2021, at the Valley Regional Park, Rosthern, SK. Robert is survived by his wife Janet; sons Eric (Leanne) and Jordan; granddaughters Jaelyn and Emily; grandson Wyatt; sister Cherryl (Ken) Schumacher; brothers-in-law, Dale (Marilyn) Erikson, Benard Nordin (Trish Spencer) and their families. He was born and raised in Saskatoon. In his younger years he was active in Cubs, Scouts and was a Venture leader. He always spoke fondly of northern canoe trips. He had a special passion for cars and owned well over 50 vehicles in his lifetime. He and his wife, Janet were married in November 1980, and together they had two sons Eric and Jordan. He shared some of his favorite childhood experiences with his sons as a Cub leader and spent a lot of time with them in gyms and hockey rinks. He had a warm heart and loved unconditionally. He also had many wonderful times camping and downhill skiing with family and friends. He always made time for NASCAR races, the Brier, Scotties and was an avid Rider fan. He worked as an RV technician for 40 years and he and his wife semi-retired in 2011 to full-time RV. For 5 years they spent winters in Palm Springs and summers at Valley Regional Park at Rosthern. “On the Road Again” was his favorite place to be. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, July 3, 2021, at the Valley Regional Park, Rosthern, SK with Pastor Chad Moir, Lutheran Minister officiating. Due to covid restrictions, please bring your own lawn chair, a mask, and follow social distancing guidelines. Tributes in memory may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Funk’s Funeral Home, Rosthern, SK (306) 232-5245.
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Celebration of Life

1:00 pm
Saturday, July 3, 2021
Valley Regional Park
Hwy 11, first right hand turn after north town entrance
Rosthern, Saskatchewan, Canada
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