Robert C Schmidt
Robert C Schmidt passed away suddenly, on July 28, 2017, at the age of 60.
Born on August 20, 1956, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Robert was placed into the foster care of George and Theresa Kurtz. He attended St. Andrew Catholic School and Miller Comprehensive High School.
Bobby was an avid runner, loved curling and various other sports, especially his beloved Saskatchewan Roughriders. He joined the military and was an MP until he had to leave to become a single dad to his two children.
Bobby is survived by his two sons John Paul and Patrick, three grandchildren Carter, Miley and Jordan, and sister Maureen (Doug) Hyde.
Saturday August 12, 2017 at 10:00 am
St. Clare Catholic Parish
6310 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB.
RIP Brother, thank you for your service. Thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Bob.
Rest in Peace my friend, we lost you too soon. See you one day in the great Barrack Block in the sky.
My sincere condolences to you and your family. We had great times in Calgary.
Your duty is complete my friend, it was an honour to have served together in 1 MP PL and also a great roommate. God Bless. RIP.
Condolences to family and friends. Bob was one of the good guys and was always smiling. If that was a good or bad thing depended on what side of the prank you were on. I worked with him in Calgary a long time ago but I never forgot him.
See you Paki. Keep my spot open brother.
Good Buy my dear Bob Bob a Loo Bob you are already missed.
Bob was a fun guy to be around, condolences to family, friends and coworkers…
We were roommates off base for a short time in the summer of 85, a very generous guy!
Thank you Bob for never letting me win SYN 🙂
CFSIS 7805 .. RIP brother
RIP Bob. It was a pleasure serving with you.
Bob had years of service with us at MFW. Always reliable, you never doubted what you were getting with Bob……honest effort and an undoubtedly caring person towards people and company.
Your family and friends will certainly miss you……
Bob I was sorry to hear of your passed, but when offer the opportunity to be a pallbearer was I honoured. We had some great time together created memory I’ll never forget. You are a good friend that never asked for help but always help other without question. You will be sorely missed. RIP