Robert Joseph Bruno Eadie

August 6, 2020


In Loving Memory of
Robert Joseph Bruno Eadie
"Bob, Bobby, Cowboy Bob
and "Manitoulin's Willie Nelson"
January 7, 1939 - August 6, 2020

Bob passed away peacefully at home in Honora on the evening of August 6, 2020 with his family by his side at the age of 81.

Beloved husband of Barbara Ann "Barb" (nee Burnett) Eadie.

Loving father of his only daughter Amanda Eadie.

Son of the late Robert (Bob) and Nina L. (nee Pipher) Eadie.

Dearly missed by sister Doreen (William "Windy")(predeceased) Taylor.

Predeceased by siblings and sibling in laws
Clarence (infant brother) Eadie,
Evelyn "Evey" (Karl Reinguette, Lawrence "Ken" Bailey and Lloyd Morrell) Bailey,
Wilhelmine "Willie" (John) Smith

and half siblings
William "Puddins" Eadie,
Ethel (William "Bill") Alexander,
Albert "Ab" (Verna nee Hallett) Eadie
John "Johnny" Eadie,
Isabella "Izzy" (William "Bill") La Frentz.

Will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, friends and musicians.

Bob was born in Green Bush where he was raised until moving to Honora in the 1950's where he loved fishing, hunting, farming, his dog Felix (predeceased) and kitten Miss Kitty, the outdoors, wood working, old cars and spending time with friends.

He retired early due to health conditions however that did not stop him from enjoying his music.
He was known for his Country and Western, Gospel and Old Rock 'n' Roll singing throughout the Island and as far away as Massey.
He helped create the Country 540 Band as well as belonging to many others.

Bob could be found singing for the residents of the Gore Bay and Little Current Manors as well as at the Hope Farm in Mindemoya.
You could find him playing and singing for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, funerals and any other events he was invited to. Even overbooking himself a few times.
He was even asked to play at the Providence Bay Fair and MC and play at the Massey Fair.
He was especially honoured when he was inducted as a member into the Wall of Fame in 2012 for his country music playing at the Little Current Radio Station.

At Bob's request there will be no services.

In memory of Bob donations can be made to the Manitoulin Centennial Manor, Little Current Legion or Manitoulin Health Centre Auxiliary.

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