February 7, 1959 – November 16, 2015
Quigley Rob Lorne passed away suddenly in his 57th year. Loving father of Kaitlin, younger brother of Donna, Roy (Charmaine), Heather (Dennis) Toth and Stewart and Nancy. Uncle Rob will be missed by Trevor and Jeanette of Brantford and Tim, Devin and Kennedy Louch of Caledonia. Rob was a dedicated mason and belonged to OZIAS lodge # 508. In his role of Junior Warden he was always available to support the needs of his lodge members. He will be remembered as a trustworthy contributor. Rob loved people, animals, travel, his time with cherished friends and the green spaces of Hamilton. Sadly missed and greatly loved was “our Robbie.” Cremation has taken place future internment will be private. Friends are welcome to attend a visitation and reception On Saturday November 21st, 2015 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the Cattel Centre located beside Turner Family Funeral Home 53 Main St. Dundas, ON. At the request of the family, in Rob’s memory donations may be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Royal Botanical Gardens.
My condolences to the Quigley family.
So very sorry to hear of the sudden death of your father Rob. Although I cannot be with you in person today please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Deepest condolences to you and all of Rob’s family. Love Doreen
We want to express our sympathy and let you know our thoughts are with the family during this difficult time
With a heavy heart I bid fairrwell to my mentor, my friend, my bro, and my buddy. You have made a difference in so many lives around the world, I could not begin to count them. Your compassion for the well fair of others above your own will most certainly be missed by all the lives you have touched, including mine. I have told you myself, and countless others, that I would not be the person I am today had our paths in life not crossed so many years ago. You are an inspration to those you have touched. I truly hope your family can find some solace in that. I will miss our friday evenings spend together for the rest of my life but I will do my best to enjoy a beer in your honor, and always remember our laughs together whether at work or play. Just knowing you are in a better place will give me some comfort. Take care and may all good thing happen to those who are blessed in receiving your generosity. Goodbye my friend.
With deepest sympathy for your loss.
May your memories give you strength.
Rob always called me his Angel since the day we met at Queen Anne’s Court #3.
I will always remember the times we were together the walks to met his animal friends, talks and support and his love he gave to me. Rob was a Very Special Friend and will always be loved and deeply missed.
Deepest Condolences to all the Quigley Family that I met and from All his friends at Queen Anne Court #3.
YOU WILL NEVER BE ALONE…. YOUR ANGEL IS ALWAYS ABOVE YOU. LOVE FOREVER ANGELJOYCE
I have only just found out about this untimely loss and my sympathies to you all. Even though I had only known Rob for a short period of time, I will fondly remember our conversations at the Wee Dram and all the laughs. He was a sweet man who cherished life. Will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Cheers Rob. May we meet again one day.
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Rob was a dedicated father who had a great sense of humour. We have had so many great times with your family throughout your life. Rob has touched so many people and will always be remembered. You now have 2 angels looking over you every minute!!! We are always there for you Kaitlyn!
Al and I were very shocked and saddened to hear of your Dad’s death. I enjoyed working with him at Car Parts and the times we took him out sailing. You and your extended family are in our thoughts and prayers.
To the Quigley family…….
Just by fluke I found Robs obit today. Im so sorry and shocked. I knew Rob for many many yrs…always respectful and good friend. My mom even knew his mom. I lost my my mom same day of Robs funeral. My condolences to u all