NOVEMBER 1, 1941 - MARCH 11, 2022
Robert Francis Stark(Bob) leaves behind his wife, Faye, of fifty-one action packed years! Faye will be comforted by her siblings Audrey, Keith (Helen), Merna and Irene.
He will be forever missed by daughters Kelly (Wayne)and Karen(Dan). He lovingly raised and taught them how to pitch a curve ball, waltz in the living room on Sunday nights, chauffeured them to skating, baseball and early morning jobs and shared with them his love of animals. Always with a smile and support.
He was Poppy, proud grandfather to the lights of his life Trevor(Emily), Tyler, Curt and Colin. Nothing made him happier than the American grandkids visiting the Canadians! The sparkles in his eyes and the jump in his step were Alice and Cole. Right to the end, he watched his favorite #12 Twister and #77 Winterhawk.
Uncle Bob remembered every niece and nephew's birthday and was so proud of their accomplishments. To Great-great uncle Bob's delight, the latest Stark addition was born on his birthday.
Bob will catch up with Reg, Bruce and Reg; talk all things farm when he reunites with his brother John(Frances), banter with his sister Marg(Nelson) and will hug and hold grandson Kyle.
He enjoyed his Snooker nights at the Legion with his 'buds'. He'll be missed by his brothers from his heart, Bill and Lyle.
Time, we would like more of it! Bob was a brave man to take on two little girls and lovingly gave them and Faye all the time he had. That's a real Dad.
The family will receive visitors at J. Scott Early Funeral Home, 21 James St., Milton (905)878-2669 on Tuesday March 15, 2022 from 7 - 9 p.m. and on Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at which time a service will take place in the funeral home chapel. A reception will take place at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 136 (21 Charles St.) immediately following the service.
In Bob's memory donations to Milton or Credit Valley Hospitals, Legion Branch 136, Milton Sports Hall of Fame or the charity of one's choice.