Robert Raymond Stockbruegger

June 2, 1945 – June 1, 2016
Passed away at Ridge Meadows Hospital after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Bob is predeceased by his parents and brothers Bunny and Dave. He is survived by wife Grace, son Todd (Michelle), daughter Carrie and grandchildren Kenna, Cole, Brooklynn, Jordyn and Jacob. Bob will be remembered by his brother and sisters, sister in law, brother in laws and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was a generous, hardworking man with a great sense of humour who valued his family and friends above all else. We will miss him like crazy, keeping him in our hearts forever.
Funeral services will be held at St. Patrick’s Church in Maple Ridge, 22561 121 Ave, with Prayers Friday June 10th at 5pm and Mass Saturday June 11th at 11:30am
In lieu of Flowers donations to cancer research would be appreciated.
Bring out the classic cars weather permitting.

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  1. Reg and Bev Freebody :

    Bev and I would like to offer our deepest condolences to Grace, their children, their grandchildren and all of of Bob’s extended family and friends. We met Bob and Grace over the years at varied social occasions and never saw Bob when he wasn’t smiling, or laughing. You are all in our thoughts…

  2. Andrea Williamson :

    I would like to extend my sincere deepest condolences to Grace & family. Bob was a very kind man, great sense of humour & especially, a supportive friend. He will be missed but not forgotten .

  3. Lorraine Lukacs :

    Grace and family, I am so sorry you lost a good man so soon. You are in my prayers.

  4. The Kleiberg and Goyette family :

    Dear Grace and family,
    We are so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing and offer you our sincerest condolences. “When someone you love becomes a memory; the memory becomes a treasure.” In sympathy,
    Tony and Julie Kleiberg and family; Yvonne Goyette

  5. Jean Norrie :

    Grace Todd Carrie and families
    I am so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great friend to Ron for many years. He was kind and thoughtful serious and humorous. He has been a true friend to me and my family. I will certainly miss his smile and laughter. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Love always

  6. Sending heartfelt condolences to Grace, Carrie, Todd, the grandkids and all Bob’s family. He was a great guy and will be missed by friends and acquaintances of all ages. Sincerely, Wade Kvaas

  7. John Dittrich :

    My memories of Bob are mostly from teen years as our neighbour on Ford Road in Pitt Meadows and fellow MRSS student. I was also very appreciative of when he organized a reunion of friends from that era and area some years ago. It was great to see him and so many others. He hadn’t changed, very friendly and good humoured. Living in Kamloops I’d not seen most of these neighours and friends in our adulthood. From other comments on here I can see that Bob’s qualities carried on throughout his life.
    A memory that has stayed with me was from around Grade 10 when we were waiting for the school bus after school in the informal smokers area. It was exam time and Bob must have written a History or Vocabulary test. He asked us what a “galleon” was. Someone told him it was a Spanish sailing ship like Columbus used. He laughed and said that he had answered ” a castrated horse”. (gelding). We all laughed too and it must have created a chuckle in the teacher’s staff room too.
    I’m sorry to hear of your family’s great loss. He was a great and funny guy.

    I

  8. Kenny and Ena McIntosh :

    Dear Grace and Family,

    Kenny and I were so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. We were reminiscing about all the good times we had snowmobiling with you and Bob. Bob was a very kind man with a heart of gold and will be missed.

    Our sincerest condolences to you all.

    Kenny and Ena.

  9. Jenny and Bob Symington :

    We were in Europe when we learned of “Bobby’s” passing and we were saddened by that news. The picture you chose to appear in the newspaper made us smile because that is how we remember him; cheerful and bubbly. He always had good things to say about everyone and his ability to tell a story or a joke was almost legendary. As a child, Burke Mountain was our playground for all the cousins who lived in that neck-of-the-woods. Bobby’s love for cars at an early age is another happy memory. To say that Bob will be missed is an understatement. Our kindest regards to Grace.

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