Robert Alexander Orr

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  • Name Robert Alexander Orr 
    Gender Male 
    Death Y  [1
    • Robert ORR Obituary
      ROBERT ALEXANDER ORR Son of the late John Alexander and Anne Isabel Orr who gave him every opportunity in life; the lessons sank in eventually. Survived by three remarkable and much-loved siblings, Judith Anne, Katherine Ross and James Trow; adored nieces and nephews; and, most importantly, his wife and best friend for 50 years, Joanne. Joie and I shared Muskoka's best years with our families, great friends and "kids", Taylor and Burton, a deep love of music and a trillion laughs. My father always said "a laugh a day" was all you need. Thanks to everyone who helped make that possible. Too many have already left. And to his mother, my Gran, thank you for all your strength. I needed it.
    Person ID I4099  Gooderham -Worts
    Last Modified 10 Jul 2024 

    Father John Alexander Orr,   b. 1920   d. 1990 (Age 70 years) 
    Mother Private: (A.I.T.) 
    Family ID F1424  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Living: (J.u. b~) 
    Family ID F1425  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 10 Jul 2024 

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    1. [S63] https://www.legacy.com, https://www.legacy.com/ca/obituaries/theglobeandmail/name/robert-orr-obituary?id=39989412.
      Robert ORR Obituary
      ROBERT ALEXANDER ORR Son of the late John Alexander and Anne Isabel Orr who gave him every opportunity in life; the lessons sank in eventually. Survived by three remarkable and much-loved siblings, Judith Anne, Katherine Ross and James Trow; adored nieces and nephews; and, most importantly, his wife and best friend for 50 years, Joanne. Joie and I shared Muskoka's best years with our families, great friends and "kids", Taylor and Burton, a deep love of music and a trillion laughs. My father always said "a laugh a day" was all you need. Thanks to everyone who helped make that possible. Too many have already left. And to his mother, my Gran, thank you for all your strength. I needed it.
      Published by The Globe and Mail from Jul. 11 to Jul. 15, 2022