May 1, 1938 – January 11, 2017
Jadeski, Robert Stanley “Bob” – It is with profound sadness we announce the passing of Robert Stanley Jadeski at the age of 78, after a lengthy battle with cancer. Loving husband of Audrey and beloved father of David (Debbie), Michael (Linda) and Jennifer (Noel). Grandfather of Allison, Emily, Amanda and Robert. He was very proud of them and loved them dearly. Predeceased by his parents Teresa and Joseph Jadeski and sister Connie and her husband Murray Stockie. He will be missed by his sister Patricia (Henry), brothers Carl (Margaret) and Edward and many nieces and nephews. Bob retired from Stelco 20 years ago, after 40 years of service and had many years to devote to his woodworking, golf and helping his friends and neighbours. He created an assortment of pieces of furniture and instilled similar interests in his sons. He had a very kind and loving nature and taught his children many skills through the years. His greatest joy was his family and he will be greatly missed. If desired, a donation in memory of Bob can be made to Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice where he received kind and compassionate care. We are also very grateful to CCAC, Bayshore and our nurse Mui for their home care of Bob. Our gratitude to Dr. Lauren Woods and her staff for being available to us during this extremely difficult time. Cremation has taken place. Memorial visitations will occur Tuesday, January 17th afternoon and evening from 2-4 & 7-9 at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday morning, January 18th at 10 o’clock, at ST. AUGUSTINE’S Church, 58 Sydenham Street, Dundas. A private interment will follow.
So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. We were neighbours for many years.
Audrey, David, Mike and Jennifer…Our deepest condolences go out to you.
What a wonderful, Kind Man.
We feel so fortunate to have had Bob as a neighbour, and friend.
Even when he wasn’t feeling great, he made it out to see the boys
play hockey. They appreciated that very much.
We cared for Bob and we will miss him.
Our deepest Sympathy to our deer friend Audrey, and her family,
David, Michael & Jennifer.
Aunt Audrey, David, Mike, Jennifer
Remembering all the good times and fun we had through the years with Uncle Bob.
Love Debbie & John.
The thoughts and sympathies of the Kalbfleisch family are with you folks as we remember and morn the departure of a great Guelph St neighbour. Playing ball on the street with Bobby are memories I have always cherished.
Remembering our friendship at Sacret Heart school in Kitchener. My thoughts and prayers go out to Audrey and the family.
Sending our sympanthy to the Jadeski Family.
My heart is broken to hear about Uncle Bob’s passing. His quiet, kind nature and his belly laugh will stay with me always. I will keep Aunt Audrey, Jennifer, Mike and David in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Audrey & family,
We were very sorry to hear about Bob. What a lovely, gentle, man he was – always so kind. We will always remember our happy times with you both, Audrey, and will surely miss his hearty laugh.
Love, David Laporte & Luanne Jones
Our sympathies to you, Audrey, and family on Bob`s passing. Bob was a wonderful,kind and helpful friend to Don and a great bridge and golf partner. Great memories of the times at the cottages.
My thoughts and prayers go out to you on the heartbreaking loss of your dear husband and father. Bob will always be remembered as the kind and gentle man that he was. May he Rest In Peace.
Love Jeanie Dawson
“A garden of MEMORIES showered with a million tears!” Blessings Audrey and family. So saddened to hear of Bob’s passing. He is now free to soar with the Angels…Jim & Barb Martz.
Our deepest sympathy to Audrey and children and the entire Jadeski family.
I’m so sorry to hear about Uncle Bob. I have so many good memories from our times together. I’ll never forget his laugh. We send our love to your family,
John, Petra and Eli.
Mike and Sandra Dicenzo. Our deepest sorrow Bob was a good neighbour a good friend for over fourty years will miss him. He was a good mentor for me at work good advice sorry to see him pass.
Very sorry about “Bob’s” passing. I knew him from the North Ward in Kitchener and he was always Bobby youngest one of the Jadeski Boys. I’m not surprised that he received many accolades he was a great kid and it sounds like he grew up to be a great guy. I’m sure you will miss him.
Mike and Sandra Dicenzo.
Sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy. He was a great neighbour and mentor for 40 years.
Herb and Carol Heuchert
We are incredibly saddened by the loss of our much loved brother-in-law. He fought a courageous battle, always with dignity and the support of Audrey and their family. Fun loving, happy-go-lucky, thoughtful and kind are some words to describe him. “Uncle Bob” will truly be missed by Linda, Steven, Ritsu, Brian and Robbie.
Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.
Very sorry to read about Bob’s passing. I worked with him for many years and he was a dedicated worker who always had a smile on his face. He was a very well liked man who liked to have a laugh at work or on the golf course. He will be missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with the whole Jadeski family. I have many fond memories of Bob. He was truly a kind and joyful man.
Worked a few years with Bob at Stelco and we managed to play a few rounds of golf at that time. It was a pleasure knowing and associating with him. My sincere condolences to the Jadeski Family.