Mr. Robert MARKALL
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Everest Funeral Chapel Limited o/a Everest of Thunder Bay
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Condolence From: Michael Dick
Condolence: There are very few people who have an impact on your life. Mr. Markall was one. I was very lucky to have been taught by someone so kind and so creative.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.

Michael Dick
Sunday April 17, 2005
Condolence From: Colleen Neff & Scott Robblee
Condolence: Dear Leslie, Dallas & Quinn

We are deeply saddened and sorry to hear of Bob's passing, and would like to send our sincere condolences. I will always look back on fond memories of all the fun our families had together. I will remember Bob as a fun and energetic man with a great sense of humour.
Scott and I wish you all strength during this time of sadness.

Love, Colleen & Scott
Saturday April 16, 2005
Condolence From: Bernie, Darren, David and Tanya Watts, and Sylvia Gorenszach
Condolence: We just wanted you to know that we were thinking of you during this period where Uncle Bobby displayed more courage than most people ever could. He was a wonderful man, and he will be missed.

Love to all...
Saturday April 16, 2005
Condolence From: Lindsay Butt
Condolence: My thoughts are with all of you during this time... Mr. Markall was my gr. 5 & 6 teacher @ CD Howe, and every time I passed him in the hallway... without fail, he would be dancing, snapping his fingers with a huge grin on his face... he will be missed... Lindsay
Friday April 15, 2005
Condolence From: Cindy Nunn (Ferguson)
Condolence: I am very sorry to you and your family for your loss. Mr. Markall was my teacher at CD Howe and he was my favorite. He was a wonderful teacher and a great human being. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Cindy Nunn
Thursday April 14, 2005
Condolence From: Pat Allison
Condolence: Dear Markall Family,

I embrace the opportunity to pay my respects to a wonderful man that has touched so many hearts, as well as my own. Whether as a coach or as a friend, Bob will always be remembered by me as a kind and fair gentleman that was full of life's energy and possessed a winning edge.

For your loss, I am regretfully sorry. Dallas, my heart goes out to you.

Hopefully one day, through research, we will find a cure.

Dr. Patrick Allison
Division Of Orthopedic Surgery
McGill University, Montreal
Wednesday April 13, 2005
Condolence From: James Allison and Family
Condolence: We are very sorry to hear of your loss and send your family our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time.
Wednesday April 13, 2005
Condolence From: Rochelle Patriquin (nee Epp)
Condolence: I was saddened to hear about the passing of Mr.Markall-my thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time. Mr.Markall was teacher of mine at C.D Howe, and did not realize he was ill. May thoughts and prayers of those around you bring some comfort.

Rochelle Patriquin(Epp)
Wednesday April 13, 2005
Condolence From: Betty Lynn and Andy Maxton
Condolence: Sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I remember our Hill Street days with fond memories. Our thoughts are with you and the family.
Wednesday April 13, 2005
Condolence From: Len and Nancy Chaykowski
Condolence: Dear Leslie Dallas and Quinn
We would like to extend our condolences, love and prayers to you at this very difficult time. Although we are unable to be in attendance today our hearts and spirits are certainly there with you.Losing Bob was like losing a family member for us, he touched our lives that much. It is difficult to know what to say at a time like this but we thought we would express some of the many special memories we have of Bob.
First of all, one could not miss the fact that Bob had an unlimited love for all three of you and for all of his family. This was very evident in his every action as we wathed our families grow and mature over the last thirty years.
Secondly, Bob had an unlimited zest for life.No matter what the occation , he always wanted to party and dance just a little bit longer; he always wanted to play with the kids and maybe keep them up just a little bit longer; on long walks, picnics or visits to camp, he always wanted it to go on just a little bit longer; and on the ski hills he would always want to make one more run so the day would last just a little bit longer. That was always Bob markall, squeeze every last second out of everything that he so loved and cherished.
Thirdly, we could not help but notice that Bob had the weirdest and most loveable sense of humour of anyone that we ever knew.You would never know what to expect at any given time at any given event but one thing was always certain, he would make you laugh or smile or sometimes very angry, right Quinn?
And finally, we do not know of anyone who could have faced his situation with any more courage , determination, strength and sheer will than Bob Markall.He fought with all of his being for as long as he possibly could.
That is how we will remember Bob. He will live on in us and in everyone that knew and loved him.

Love Len and Nancy Chaykowski
Wednesday April 13, 2005