BARKER, Robert William (Rob)Print
Died peacefully on Tuesday, January 1st, 2019, aged 72 years.
Dearly loved husband of Heather. Loving and supportive father of Megan, Kylie, Bronwyn and John. Loved and respected father in law of Mike (dec), Paul, Mick and Manami. Proud Pop of Aidan, Claire, Johtaro, Zachary, Kenji and Elliott.
Funeral NoticeService: Saturday January 5, 2019
Rob's family invite you to join them for light refreshments and the sharing of memories at 10 Manifold Street, Colac, on Saturday, January 5th, 2019, from 2 – 4 pm.
In accordance with family wishes Rob has been Privately Cremated.
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We are so sorry to hear about Rob’s passing. Thinking of you all during this time and sending all our love. We have the best memories of Rob 💛
Lots of love from the Lee Family
To all the family, thinking of you all at this sad time, and cherish
the wonderful memories as neighbours in Bellevue Hill.
Deb and Reuven , Minnie and Jordan
There is no strong evidence to show the man you were than to look at how your influence and legacy transferred through to your amazing children and grandchildren.
Rob, you will be sadly missed and always remembered.
To my dearest friend Megan,
Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Sending love and strenght
Lovely memories of time spent with Bob in the Colac Ullyses group
Deepest sympathy to his family
Jan & Gordon Wilson
We were so saddened to hear the heart breaking news about Bob. He was one of the kindest, most affable blokes in racing that we had the absolute pleasure of knowing.
We will miss him greatly.
Jamie and Janet Edwards, and all at Emsley Lodge.
We were really shocked to hear of Robbie’s passing and just want to let you know that our thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
I first met Robbie when I worked at Mirvac and was introduced to him (Bob Barker) as being the ‘guru’ for Community Title developments. I was told that he had effectively drafted this legislation and he was held in extremely high regard by the top management of Mirvac. When, a few years later, we attended our first Burrinjuck trip, I said to Carol, “I know that guy”, she replied, “What, Robbie?” A small world indeed!
He was a great guy. Humble, honest and clearly dedicated to his family. He will be sorely missed.
Wishing you all fond recollections of the loving and caring man he was.
Jock & Carol
to Heather and Family ; It is indeed with much sadness that i was advised of Rob’s passing . As a young boy he used to play on our building site , then off to school and Uni . Rob has had a successful life and a happy family life I could not have wished more for him.
sadly time comes to all . He would be gratified to know that he is missed by such a diverse range of friends . my very best wishes to you Heather and all family members Alan Daish
Heather , it was with great sadness that I was advised of Rob’s passing . Many memories of Rob from over the years flooded back ,
as a young boy playing our building site , then off to school then Uni . Rob lived a successful life with a fine family . he Is loved and respected by all in the wide range of friends , relatives and business associates . my best wishes to you all Alan