Robert K. Stumpf
Robert 'Bob' Keith Stumpf of Kitchener Ontario, passed away peacefully into the presence of the Lord on Wednesday June 29, 2022. July 17th would have been his 84th birthday.
He was deeply loved and will be missed by his beloved wife of 60 years, Barbara (nee Dugan).
Bob is survived by his son Craig Stumpf of Tennessee with his wife Stacey, his grandchildren, Bryce and Natalie Stumpf, and great grandchildren Jack and John of Ohio, Adalynn and Cory Woodard of Tennessee, Hope and Jon Pedersen of Texas, and Leevi Stumpf.
He will be missed by his daughter Carolyn Stumpf, who dedicated the past many years to caring for him in her home.
Bob and Barb chose to adopt their children and Carolyn and Craig are grateful to have been chosen and blessed to have called him Dad.
Bob is survived by and will be missed by his sister Judy and her husband Phil. Many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends add to those who will remember him fondly.
He is predeceased by his parents Gordon and Violet Stumpf, his sister Elaine and her husband Stanley Becker, and his brother Donald Stumpf and his wife Carmel.
Bob worked at Clemmer Industries in Kitchener as a welder/Steelworker for many years. A legacy of hard work he passed down to his children. He was also faithfully involved with his church, Benton Street Baptist, for many years as an usher or playing church league baseball in his younger years, where he met his wife, Barbara.
A Memorial of his life will be held
on Saturday July 23, 2022,
between 11am - 3pm,
at Benton Baptist Church,
90 Benton Street, Kitchener, Ontario.
Please feel free to drop by and share your memories, while we celebrate his life.
Final Arrangements have been entrusted to Wareing Cremation Services, 225 Norwich Avenue, Woodstock, Ontario. Your messages of condolence may be shared here at www.wareingcremation.ca
Our deepest condolences for the loss of your Dad. We always enjoyed Bob’s company, he always had a smile on his face and was ready for a good chat at family gatherings. He will be missed. All the best during this difficult time.
Dear Barb and family, Carol and I want to express our sympathy to you at the passing of Bob. We have fond memories of times we had contact with him. Always enjoyed his warm smile and friendly disposition. May the Lord give you His love, comfort and peace at
Love, Carol and Dave
Bob was my Uncle and have many fond memories with his family and mine; my favourite would be when we rented cottages in Sandy Bay. My condolences to his immediate family my thoughts and prayers are with you.