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Robert Clute

Robert Joseph "Bob" Clute (Sedore)

Friday, May 26th, 1967 - Saturday, April 18th, 2020
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CLUTE (SEDORE), Robert Joseph (Bob)

Passed away suddenly of a heart attack on Saturday, April 18, 2020, at 52 years of age. Beloved son of Beth and Neil Sedore of Island Grove, Ontario. Dear father of Jaret Mabey of Saint John, New Brunswick. Dear brother of Chrissy (Rick Walker), Will Sedore and Bryan Sedore. He will be lovingly remembered by his uncles, aunts, cousins and many friends. Fondly remembered by his good friends Craig and Liz Tovell. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of Bob's life will take place at a later date. If desired, memorial donations to the PTSD Association of Canada (www.ptsdassociation.com), the War Amps (www.waramps.ca), or Wounded Warriors (www.woundedwarriors.ca). On-line condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
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Robert Eddington

Posted at 02:24pm
Always enjoyed sharing a pint with Bob at one of the local pubs along main street. Remember him showing the boys and I a few different military self defense moves. Never a dull moment. You will be missed my friend. Rest in Paradise. Xo.
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Stuart Simpson

Posted at 10:53am
I met Bob for the first time back in 2005, I had just joined the same softball team that he was on. Bob had the type of personality that made you feel like you had been friends for years. We had many laughs from the day on and I will cherish all the memories I have of Bob, there was nobody else like him, definitely one of a kind. I remember showing up for a final playoff game at 8:00am and there was Bob already at the ball diamond and was preparing Caesars for everyone, he had the whole bar on the bleachers! Ice, celery, lime, and salt for the rim! I'll never forget that moment.
Bob, thank you for all the great memories, thank you for being there, thank you for being a great friend, & thank you for your service.
I will miss you but never forget you, until we meet again my friend. Chimo!
JM

Jessica Magee

Posted at 09:34pm
So many great stories to read here. I thought I’d share one of my favourites. It’s not a crazy Bob story, but it never fails to make me laugh. We were somewhere in Utah, I think, driving my old corolla from near Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to Cabo. We’d been in the car for something like 9 hours and were getting a bit punchy, when this conversation took place:
Me: Is this the Rockies?
Bob: It’s more part of the Grand Canyon, same tectonic plate.
Me: Did you say tutonic?
Bob: Tectonic.
Me: Oh. Is tutonic a word?
Bob: Yes.
Me: What does it mean?
Bob: Two drinks.
And then we laughed like loons.
I’ll always be thankful for the adventures and love we shared and the things he taught me. In tough situations I often think to myself, “what would Bob do?” Sometimes I have to reject the answer because there were some things only he could get away with and I don’t want to go to jail. But most times, the answer shows me how to be a better person.
 

Todd Robinson Posted at 03:29am

Bob never gets charged, I'm sorry I didn't meet you with him, you must be a special lady. My condolences
 
JM

Jessica Magee Posted at 04:09am

Well, there was the one time in Mexico... But between all the locals outside chanting, “FREE BOB!! FREE BOB!!”, and him singing show tunes in his cell at the top of his lungs, they saw fit to let him go. 😂 I’m sorry I didn’t get to meet you and Melody, too. Hopefully we can meet and share our stories some day. ❤️
 

Melody Knapp Campagna Posted at 07:32pm

Bob wanted John and I to come to Cabo about 4 years ago as we were going to Mexico over Christmas with the family. We thought on it then figured best not he will have us in some bar fight and we'd end up in jail and we have chuckled about it ever since as we were likely not far off.LOL We all loved Bob he was larger than life.
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Barbie

Posted at 03:45pm
I continue to come back to this memory wall to read the funny stories and look at the pictures of Bob having fun with his many friends. When you lose someone so dear it seems you want to wrap yourself in that person and hold them close. I have had trouble trying to write something about Bob, he was certainly literally and figuratively larger than life, and it seems that mere words can’t do him justice. I feel like we should have a tv special or a parade to celebrate his life, and who he was. He meant so much to so many. My overwhelming memories of Bob are simply joy. You would feel good, laugh your *rse off and always have a good time when you were near Bob, he just radiated love, joy, and unconditional inclusion. His heart was undoubtedly as big as his stature. He lived what we all strive for: Touching so many people in a profound way (he would probably laugh at that). I can’t believe that I was so lucky to have known him for so long, to have known him at all. I can’t believe that he’s gone from this world. Too soon. Truly only the good die young, and Bob was one of the best humans I’ve ever known. Til we meet again … Hugs, health and happiness – Me!
 
JM

Jessica Magee Posted at 09:02pm

Beautifully said. ❤️
 

Todd Robinson Posted at 03:32am

Hey maybe a year down the road we can light a fire and have tribute and laugh at all our stories.
 
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William (Bill) Posted at 12:05pm

We plan on having a wake in the future for Bob here in Ottawa.

John Ramsay

Posted at 02:00pm
We were in the Yukon, Bob was a corporal and I was a Sergeant. Our Captain was very green and was on his first mission as the 'guy in charge'. He said some stuff to the group that we all felt wasn't warranted and that night I was sitting at the Bar with the Captain and advising him on how he should have handled things. Bob walked up and said "Sir, can I be frank", I looked at Bob and said "I'm Frank tonight" and he looked at me, paused and said 'cool' and turned and walked away. We had this connection and I covered his six many times after that.
I remember when he met Claire at Connaught Ranges. We played mess rugby with a serving tray......He always wanted to show you a choke hold or martial art move he learned .
I spent a couple of winters with Bob in Cabo. Parachuted to our back yard (golf course) for a BBQ with Captain Mike (RIP). Walked to the cross many times and talked about life. Got into a fight or two downtown and lived to laugh about it.
He shared his birthday with my son. He would have been 53 on the 27th of this month.
RIP friend
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