In Memory Of FAIRCHILD, Robert

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Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
October 26, 2018
10:00
FAIRCHILD, Robert George Moore
passed away peacefully, age 92, October 2, 2018 at Lasalle Hospital.
Loving husband, devoted father and grandfather, sadly predeceased by his wife Dorothy Wyman and son Ronald. He leaves to mourn his daughters Donna(Marvin) and Sharon, daughter-in-law Linda as well as grandchildren Derrick, Mark, Samantha, Shane, Avery, Robert-George, Katherine and great grandson Elway.
Born in Quebec City the youngest of ten, he lost his father at a young age. Known fondly as Bobby to his siblings and Uncle Bob to his many nieces and nephews.
A teenager during WWII, he enlisted into the Armed Forces. You can hear him recount his experience as part of the Memory Project http://www.thememoryproject.com/stories/726:robert-george-moore-bobby-fairchild/.
For his friends and staff at Les Pavillons LaSalle, the “Doctor” has left the building.
A funeral service will be held at the Kane Fetterly Funeral Home Chapel, 5301 Decarie Blvd. (corner Isabella) on Friday, October 26 at 10:00 am. Burial will take place at the St. John the Evangelist Anglican Cemetery in Lancaster, Ontario on Saturday, October 27 at 10 am.
In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to the SPCA.
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Messages for the Family of FAIRCHILD, Robert

From: Wendy Arblaster

To my very dearest friend Donna and Sharron and your families who are my extended family as well.We are so sorry for the passing of your dad he was a remarkable person and a fantastic husband and dad and grandfather.He welcomed me into your family when we all were growing up and told me to call him dad as well which was an honour .I will always cherish loving memories of both your parents when your mom would make drinks for us when we would play in our pretend fort in the back and your dad always tinkered with clocks and loved to make things .I can still here his voice telling me it's not time for you to come out yet because you were still eating dinner and not to ring the bell he never got mad at any of us kids ,I think he had patients of gold .I have so many fond memories of both your parents and Ronald .Your dad was one of a kindest sweetest persons I knew, he will be forever misses and loved. We are so deeply sorry for your family's loss of a great man.Luv you always..Wendy