Myers, Robert William Edward “Bob”

September 10, 1940 – November 1, 2017
at the age of 77 years

Bob’s Celebration of Life, Saturday, April 28, 1:00 pm at the Dalton residence, 3530 1 Avenue SW, Salmon Arm, BC

It is with great sadness we announce the unexpected passing of Bob. Bob passed the morning of Nov 1, 2017 at home, in his sister’s house.
Bob underwent heart surgery in June at St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver having an artificial valve (TAVI) inserted he was doing exceptionally well and the Doctors were very pleased with his recovery.
Bob will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Bob took pride in keeping the streets clean of bottles and cans, and he was always cutting lawns or shoveling snow for people.
Bob spent half of his life in Enderby and the other in Salmon Arm. Bob was 77 years young and one of the nicest people you could ever meet.  He is survived by his older brother Bert, two younger brothers Harold & Gordon (Yvonne) as well as two sisters Marg and Kay, several nieces &nephews as well as great nieces and nephews.
No service at this time as a celebration of life will be held in the spring. Family and friends will be advised as to when, so all can attend.
Bob loved animals and kids, so if desired a donation in Bob’s memory may be made to an SPCA or a Children’s Hospital.


  1. We have had the honour of being neighbors with Bob for many years. After my Dad passed away Bob looked after our lawn care and shovelling in the winter. He took pride in his work and was always had a big smile. Every time he walked by our house, our dog Silas would always start barking with his tail wagging because he could see his friend Bob!
    We miss you Bob.
    Ethel, Lori and Silas

  2. Bob played a very important part of my young life. I fondly remember racing slong side Bob as he strolled quickly into downtown Enderby. Always generous in giving my siblings and I treats at the Tastee Freeze or the confectionary. He regaled us with stories of UFO’s and allowed us to roll down the hill on old lawn mowers well past their usefulness. Climbing the old willow tree, gathering eggs from the chicken coop or hauling wood was always relished. I will always remember him fondly. Rest in Peace Bob! We’ll see you on the other side.

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