JOANISSE, Robert “Bob”

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The family announces with great sorrow his sudden and unexpected passing at his home on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at the age 63 years. Loving father of Chantal (Pete) Magi of Wawa, Jean (Lori) of Timmins and Natalie (Rod) Campbell of Fort McMurray. Cherished grandfather of Jamie, Mikey, Morgan, Jayden, Jayce, Jordynn, Kael and Brynna. He also leaves the mother of his children, Rebecca Thiffeault. Beloved son of Jean & Jacqueline Joanisse of Timmins. Dear brother of Marc (Kathy) Joanisse and late Annette (Rodney) Badour both of Timmins. He will be missed by his nephew Michael “Mike” (Pam) Badour and niece Alison Badour (Darren Leach) and Damon.

Bob was an avid Habs fan. He served 30 years in the police department of the Township of Michipicoten (Wawa).

Memorial service will be held at 10:30 am on Monday, June 20, 2016 from Miron-Wilson Funeral Chapel (Fr. Simon Drapeau officiating). Interment at the Timmins Memorial Cemetery will follow. Remembrance donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated. The family will receive friends from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm on Sunday at the Miron-Wilson Funeral Centre, 150 Balsam St. S. Timmins

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  1. Joannisse Family,
    My deepest condolences to you. I have some nothing but good memories of Bob from growing up in Wawa.
    Nickee Rancourt

  2. Sincere Condolences To The Family Of My Dear Friend & Sports Competitor …………….RIP BOB………..From Ken #68 & Luanne .

  3. We are sorry to hear of Joanisse (Bob) passing. He will be forever remembered. I remember him as the police officer who would always stop to help & to make sure you were not getting into trouble He always made a point to nod his head to say hello. He often would stop & make sure I got home safe when it was late he would pull up beside me in his cop car & always ask if i was alright then he would tell me to hurry home because it was to late, to cold or worried about animals. I lived on Tamarack at the time. He always drove slowly with me in site until he could see that i had gotten home safely. At one point it became a routine. A silent conversation my parents looking out the window giving Joanisse a nod of apprval and apprecation begore he drove off. I know this is something my parents and i were grateful for, as a young girl walking late at night it was a little frightening but, Joanisse was there often to keep me from worrying. May you Rest in peace Bob.
    Linda Lavoie (Bouffard)
    Yvan Bouffard

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