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Robert "Bob" Weiss


March 17, 1937

Sarnia, Ontario


September 8, 2021

Sarnia, Ontario


Peacefully with his loving wife Nancy of 63 years and his daughter Sue by his side, Bob passed on Wednesday September 8, 2021, at Sumac Lodge in Sarnia, at the age of 84. He was the loving father of Sue O'Grady and her husband Greg, and Mike and his wife Gwyneth. Cherished Grandpa of Shawn O'Grady, Marcy Schneider (Joe), Tom Weiss (Carly), Doug Weiss (Soleil), and Nick Weiss (Brianna), and Great-Grandpa to Ava Schneider. Bob is survived by his sister Geraldine Zeigler, and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brothers Jack and Bill, and by his sister Mary Heffron. Bob was a retiree from Dow Chemical after many years of service. A special thank to the staff at Sumac Lodge for their compassionate care of Bob. Cremation has taken place; a family service will take place at a later date. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online at "Bob's Guestbook" at If desired, donations in Bob's name may be made to the Alzheimer's Society of Sarnia - Lambton or the charity of your choice.

Visitation & Services

No Visitation

Family Service

At a later date.


Lakeview Crematorium


Cheques only please,
will be received at the funeral home


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Dear Nancy,I am saddened to learn the news of your beloved Sorry to learn about Bob's passing and offer my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I and fondly remember our great fun card games,dinners and get togethers that my Mary and I enjoyed at Leisure Acres in Florida.Besides you and your family,Bob will be missed by the legion of friends and acquaintances that you and Bob had.Maybe Mary and Bob will bump into one anther up in Heaven.

My Deepest Condolences Nancy and Family. This has made our recent chance meetings and talks down by the Water and BWB so much more memorable!

Nancy and Family - So sorry to learn of the passing of Bob. We always enjoyed our little chats under the Bluewater Bridge. May all your fond memories bring you and your family comfort at this time. Gerry & Donna Nettleton

Dear Nancy...we were so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Our condolences to you and the Family.

Nancy, so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I so enjoyed his company at excercise, he kept me on my toes and kept me smiling on many Tuesday mornings. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Gone but certainly not forgotton. Rest in peace Bob.

Nancy: I so sorry for your loss.

Nancy,Susan and Mike. I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I sure did miss our Canada Day visits on my porch with a cup of tea and salads to go. He was a wonderful man. Sincerely Karen Waring Wright.

Played quite a bit of golf with Nancy and Bob and lots of laughs along the way, he will be missed.

Condolences to the Weiss family. We remember the laughs we had at hockey and our out-of-town trips. Lots of good memories.

Nancy and family. So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. MIss joining the two of you during our many walks . Our thoughts and prayers are for you and yours at this time. Kind regards Fern

Sorry for you lose Nancy.

Dear Sue, Greg and Family, our sincere condolences to you. So sorry for your loss.

I am sorry to learn of Bob's passing, I remember him as very a pleasant and helpful coworker during our time at Dow. My condolences to his family. Fred Brown

Nancy, so sad to see that Bob has passed. Loved our talks, our "good mornings" as you and Bob did your walks thru the underground parking at Venetian Village. Sincerely, Frank & Pat Lawhorn (old neighbours)

To the Weiss family, sorry for your loss Bob was a very good man who enjoyed life. Our condolences to the family and to Nancy.

Worked at DOW with Bob what a great man. RIP Bob

Thinking of you Nancy and my heart goes out to you ❤at this difficult time I have many happy memories over the years of you and Bob
Love Carol

My sincere condolences ,Nancy and your family, on the passing of Bob . I often think of you and Bob at work and at bowling . You and Bob were a very friendly couple to all . May he rest in peace !
Pierre and Bonnie Soulard

Nancy Bob and I grew up on the same street and went to school together. I have many fond memories and remember Bob as a very good athlete. Bonnie and I would like to extend to you and your family our condolences. Pierre Soulard

Rigby Callander

So sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences to the family

George & Brenda Lefebvre

Dear Nancy and Family - George and I are very saddened of the passing of Bob. We have missed you both very much since we moved from condo 5 years ago. I have such lovely memories of Bob enjoying playing with Lucy and she loved going over to your place for visits. I also vaguely remember as a child you and Bob on a camping trip. Whenever I bike or drive by the condo you and Bob are always my first happy thought of living in our condo. We express are Deepest Sympathy to you Nancy and I know you took the best of care of Bob over the last few years. Your friends, George and Brenda Lefebvre and Lucy!

Calvin Moore

Nancy, Sue and Greg and Family, Although I did not work directly with Bob at Dow we did play some hockey together in the Dow League that played out of the Mooretown arena. I remember an incident where Bob had a misadventure with A535 ointment. Bob was a pleasant and considerate man who I respected. Sorry for your loss.


Dear Nancy , Susan , Mike and kids. Just wanted to let you know that you are all in our thoughts as we reflect on Uncle Bob’s life. Hopefully there will be a time soon, when we can all gather and raise a glass to a great guy, my favourite uncle. (We have certainly done that on our own!) Will miss seeing him at the annual Canada Day parade under his favourite tree near the bandstand. Al, Michelle, Parker and Sidney Weiss.

Dave and June Weiss

Dear Nancy, Susan, Mike, and family: We were so sorry to hear about Bob, thinking of you and yours at this time. We spoke with Lisa, and both gave thanks that Geri was able to see you & Bob & Susan a couple years ago. We hope that the many happy memories will bring a smile to your face, and help you through the days ahead. Sending many hugs. Dave and June Weiss xo

Leo and Helen Boulton

Dear Nancy, Susan, Mike and family, We are sorry to hear about Bob's passing. He was good guy, with a great sense of humour. We always seemed to "bump" into you when we were out and about and thoroughly enjoyed our chats. Rest in Peace Bob. Leo & Helen Boulton

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