Robert Bartolo

Vicky Gustafson wrote on December 25th, 2021
I was fortunate enough to have Mr. Bartolommeo as my teacher for several years at Lakewood High. He was very knowledgeable, dedicated and a true professional. When we did not grasp a concept he would willingly give up time outside school hours to assist us. I tried to carry that attitude into my teaching career. Years after graduating I spoke at a service at Calvary Temple and was surprised he remembered me and took pride that I was following Christ in my life. I am sorry for your loss because I am certain he was loved and a cherished member of your family. May you find comfort in knowing he is reunited with his wife and has found peace because of his faith.
Roseanne Kydd (and Ron) wrote on December 21st, 2021
We knew Bob well back in his student days when he attended Calvary Temple. I often accompanied him as he sang for different church functions. How he loved to sing! One of his favourites was "Oh How I love Him, how I adore him, my breath, my sunshine, my all in all." He really let it go on those top notes and I'm sure he will join in the heavenly music with gusto! It's a few years since we passed through Kenora on our way to Winnipeg and points west but we would stop in Kenora for a visit and some music. His welcome was so warm as we shared much history together. I did not know his children to any extent but did get to enjoy Cicelyn during our visits. But he was so proud of the children. Bob will be missed!
Sharon Braun National Chaplain ShareWordGlobal Gideons International in Canada wrote on December 21st, 2021
To the family, I wish to express my condolences. Thank you for your donations to Gideons. Your dad sounds like a proud Gideon who loved to share the Word.
Sharon Braun
Craig and JoAnn Marek wrote on November 24th, 2021
Richard, Ronnie, Roberta and Families
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear Father and Grandfather. We’ve known Mr. Bartolo for most of our lives. He was very kind to us and the Hager family. He was a very personable man and very faithful to those he knew. JoAnn was fortunate to have him as her grade 13 French teacher. She said he was a committed teacher who cared deeply for his students. He was a man of strong faith who served others and shared his faith with many. Praying God will bless you all with His peace, comfort and healing.
Kelly Trent wrote on November 12th, 2021
To the Bartolommeo children . The Bartolo family were neighbors on second street. I used to babysit the children when they were young. Always was nice to catchup with your mom and dad about your lives. I am sure both will be missed. They were lovely people.