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Robert Wyn Weekes (Rob)

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  1. In loving memory of my lovely Rob 24 years full of fun & laughter and sometimes tears I’ll never forget you my love. Love you forever & Always ❤️Glen x

    Glenda pickering
  2. I was proud of you many times in life but never more so than when you fought back so heroically and dealt with your illness this past year. Ultimately, this represented a small part of a life otherwise filled with lots of love and laughter. Rest in peace now, Rob, and from Swanage Beach all the way to Black Rock Sands, I’m remembering all the happier times. Sue xxxxx

    Sue Weekes
  3. A lovely man from a lovely family.

    Elaine and Andy Ford
  4. I have many fond memories of Robert over the years. His cheeky sense of humour with that lovely smile will not be forgotten. I was very pleased to have known him.

    Patricia Gardiner
  5. I will always remember Rob’s open smile and ready laugh. He will be missed by so many.

    Fiona Beagrie
  6. Rest in peace, Robert, after your valiant efforts to regain strength and good health. Remembering you with love. Aunty Pauline, Mark, Jo, Seth and Esmae

    Pauline Humphreys
  7. Very fond memories of Rob, kind, cheerful with a lovely character. A great guy, taken too soon, he’ll be remembered with a smile by so many people. RIP Rob, you’ll be very much missed.

    Geraldine Cetin
  8. Taken far too soon, rest in peace Rob, will always remember your good humour and sunny nature. Will be very much missed by all. Helen, Martin and all the family x

    Helen Wilmott
  9. Rest in peace Rob.
    Very fond memories when you visited Wales and all the fun we had.
    Remembering you with love.
    Anty Margaret, Kevin & family, Michael & family.

    Margaret Humphreys
  10. In loving memory of my cousin Rob,
    You brought so much joy to everyone who knew you. RIP Rob, God Bless. You will be missed but never forgotten. Love always Sarah xxxx

    Sarah Lang (nee) Weekes
  11. My condolences on the loss of a special man taken far too soon. I’m sorry that Ben and I didn’t get the chance to know him better: I’m sure that the two karate-ka would have had much in common.

    Mari Beagrie
  12. You’ll be sadly missed at Upton parkrun, Rob. I remember the many battles we had there, which you invariably won. Rest in peace, fella.

    Keith Mann
  13. I miss your quick wit and incisive thinking. Your ability to look at a problem from a different angle. A sad loss I will miss your help. The world is a worse place without you.

    Steve Jacques
  14. In loving memory of nephew and cousin Robert who will be sadly missed . RIP Rob love Uncle Tony , Auntie Penny , Ken and Joanne xxx❤️

    Joanne Weekes
  15. Remembering all the laughs and chats from Wareham Disco to East Street, it was a pleasure and a privilege to know you. You will be so missed.

    Mandy Riddle
  16. Dear Rob, after your injury and we were making almost daily journeys to Bristol ICU, in the initial two weeks, we were so rooting for you just to recover consciousness. And when you did what you went on to achieve in your rehabilitation journey was truly remarkable with the help of the brilliant teams at Bristol and subsequently Poole. Sue and I were so proud of you and continue to be. We greatly miss the Sunday roast lunches with you and Glenda, the laughs we had, and the games of Scrabble afterwards. Maisy sends a miaow, miaow for all the looking after you did. Forever in our minds. Lots of love Scott xxx

    Scott Beagrie
  17. I was so lucky to have had you as my friend. I will truly miss you, especially your stupid jokes, your smile and our chats over coffee. You left us far too soon, so many unfinished adventures. Rest in peace Rob. Sooze xx

    Sue Stone
  18. Very fond memories of Robert who was a great support to me and Simon and Betty and Dennis. We all enjoyed his sense of humour and ready smile and he will be greatly missed. RIP Rob.

    christopher proudley
  19. Rob, thank you for looking after my mum and making her happy for all the years you did it’s something I’ll never forget. And I’ll take inspiration from the fact you continued to do the things you loved right through your life.
    You will be missed sorely by us all!
    Rest in adventure and excitement!! Xxxx

    Tiz Bond
  20. Rest in peace Rob it was so lovely to have known you as my sisters partner for many years taken from us too soon sleep tight we will always be there to look after glenda ❤️❤️

    Anita&Dave xx
  21. Dear Rob

    The best Step-Dad and Grandad the boys and I could ever wish for. We have so many happy, funny memories of you and our adventures together that we will cherish forever.

    A memory that sticks out for me was when we were on one of our many visits to Poole Park and you thought it would be hilarious to catch me off guard by picking up a Canada Goose and throwing it to me shouting “catch” and sneaking bird feed into the hood of my coat!!

    I will miss your advice and encouragement every single day but I will smile whenever I think of you and know that you will be causing mischief up there.

    Until we meet again “Grandad Rob”.

    All our love,
    Simone, Bayley & Max – AKA The Monkey Brothers

    KA-CHOW xxxxxxx

  22. Dearest Burt, so many laughs and a lifetime of memories, you’ll be missed far more than you could ever know.
    Our lives are richer for having know you.

    Miss you always

    Mampf, Scott, Ella, Freya and Molly xxx

    Samantha Atkins
  23. You bore your illness with great fortitude and attempted a good recovery with the support of Glenda, Sue,and Scott.

    SO sad to find a young man with such a zest for life to be taken from us .

    Rest in Peace. Marlene Beagrie

    Marlene Beagrie
  24. We remember a sunny Saturday morning, meeting you in Poole Park for parkrun and sharing a post run coffee. Rest in peace Robert.

    Claire and Jeff Deacon
  25. Rob was one of the best karateka I trained with showing true courage, focus, spirit, and compassion with a wry sense of humour and fun, I will miss sparring and chatting with him.

    Trevor van de Velde-Smith
  26. I met Rob back in the 1980s when he ran the auto car spares shop in Wareham, I went in to ask if he would put a poster up asking for beginners to start at my karate club and he said I would not mind giving that ago.
    I think it was only the following week Rob arrived and joined the club and after a number of years he attained his black belt he was so chuffed as I was was.
    Bob really liked the fighting side of karate ( sparring) and entered a number of competitions.
    We have lost a truly member of our club and we we miss his banter but we will not forget Bob.

    Glyn Morgan
  27. Remembering your smile, your gentle humour and your love of the beautiful Dorset countryside. You are greatly missed. Rest in peace, Robert.

    Nick Robinson
  28. I feel lucky to have known Robert and have fond memories of his happy smile and friendship over the years.

    Jane Freeman
  29. You were an unbelievably nice and good guy.
    And an expert handyman. Bits of you remain all over our house – secured window, cat flap, hanging tapestry, roller blind and more.

    Ian Hyslop
  30. In loving memory, Rob. I remember that you were always such a kind and caring person, from when we were friends in our schooldays in Purbeck, to more recently since my return to Dorset, sharing laughs with you in the garden and introducing you to our cat! It was a pleasure to know you. Rest in Peace.

    Karen Baney (nee Angus)
  31. Fond memories of Rob smiling whilst doing battle with my garden. Rest in peace.

    Linda O'Connell
  32. I shall always remember your wicked sense of humour and naughty enjoyment of being a loving brother teasing your exasperated sister who you were so very proud of. I shall also remember your kindness in dark days, your love of talking about passed holidays with Glenda and your pride in doing a good job, but most of all I will miss that smile.

    Tina Mitchell
  33. Such a testament to your life and great love within the family that Sue and Scottie wanted you with them always. Very inspiring to hear about how you fought back from illness with great courage. Taken too soon but thankful that you are now at peace. God bless you and yours, Rob. With love to you all, Kate

    Kate Macmillan
  34. To our lovely, happy, smily, good friend Robert. Remembering all the high jinx, fun, laughter, holidays days out and times we shared together. The Norfolk Broads just won’t be the same without our captain Rob at the helm. We feel devasted to have lost you and its left an empty space in our hearts forever. You were so brave and fought so hard this past year. RIP lovely Rob. We will always be here for your Glenda.
    Roy and Sue Cake 💔

    Roy and Sue Cake
  35. Sending Sue and all the rest of Rob’s family and friends much love. We didn’t know Rob very well personally, but we did know how much he mattered to those that did – and of course we rooted for his recovery so that he could stay a while longer. So sorry he’s gone from you. RIP Rob. X

    Lesley and Paul
  36. Fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly loved Nephew and Cousin Rob. Forever in our hearts. Rest in Peace Rob, love Auntie Mary and Family xxxx Liz and Family xxxx

  37. It was a pleasure to have met such a gentleman, albeit during the most challenging part of your life. Though we didn’t know you for long, we cherished the time you spent with us. You are missed. With love from Katie and the Team at BPCC

    Katie Aswad
  38. Looked after Rob with his other amazing carers, lovely man always so smiley and chatty, he will be truly missed by all

    Megan Baker
  39. Rob was a lovely gentleman always full of smiles whenever I used to see him! Loved having chats to him about gardening and helping set up his tablet. The joy on his face when he got his visits with Glenda and sue was always a delight! Sending my condolences to Sue and Glenda

    Megan Lake
  40. Rob, i never did get to meet you but i have heard lots of truly amazing things about you from Glenda. Heaven has gained a very strong, courageous, lovely man.
    Rest in peace.

    Sue Hellier
  41. Rest in Peace cousin Rob, always thoughtful and kind, you will be missed. Very sad to think of you not being around any more, fortunately we have some lovely memories to cherish. Adrian, Sam, Cecilia & Lydia

    Adrian & Sam McD
  42. Rest in peace Robert ,we have many fond memories over the years from the Boys Brigade to the Handyman/Gardner next-door and gentleman.

    Martine, Keith, John Tighe
  43. I remember Robert as a charming, caring and gentle soul with a great sense of humour. He will be hugely missed. Rest in peace Rob x

    Chris Corless
  44. Post parkrun coffee will never be the same, Who am I going to chat with about parkun, duathlons, bikes, Tour de France, bikes, running, bikes, gear, Giro d’Italia, bikes & ……. bikes. I remember we went to the Boardman Performance Centre one Saturday. We had to leave at 5am, just so that we could get a parkrun in before the visit. We couldn’t miss our parkrun fix! I’m going to miss you at the various races. I’ll be thinking of you.

    Rob Wickham

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