Temple Lodge No. 33 Regrets To Inform You That R.W.B. Bob Crawford Passed Away This Morning

We regret to inform you that R.W.B. Bob Crawford Passed to the Grand Lodge Above this morning at home after a short but courageous battle with cancer.

Bob Crawford was a very valued and highly regarded member of Temple Lodge No. 33 and he will be greatly missed by all of us. Temple Lodge No. 33 extends condolences to Bob’s family.

Temple Lodge No. 33 will post details of funeral services for R.W. Brother Crawford in the near future.

R.W.B. Bob Crawford, Worshipful Master of Temple Lodge, No.33, April 2015 to April 2016
R.W.B. Bob Crawford, Worshipful Master of Temple Lodge, No.33, April 2015 to April 2016

18 thoughts on “Temple Lodge No. 33 Regrets To Inform You That R.W.B. Bob Crawford Passed Away This Morning

  1. Papa to Aydan and Jordanna…….you are going to be missed Bob by so many. So very sad, our condolences to the whole family. Lynn and Bob Starter

  2. The Cowichan Valley has lost a man who was dedicated to family and community, who was an excellent paramedic, a “small acreage farmer”, who liked a “Lucky” at the end of a long hot day. Goodbye my friend…many will miss you.

  3. My condolences, to your lodge on losing your brother. May he be at peace now, and may you brethren, find solace in this time of sadness.

    The Master’s Last Prayer
    The day’s labours done
    My journey’s end has come.
    A new guide, now lead us on.
    The path may be the same,
    But the style, is his own:
    A new post, will soon pass,
    Another mark, will be reached.
    Let us all pray, he will lead us,
    To an even brighter day.

  4. So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. My condolences to the family. He was a lovely man. I always enjoyed his company.

  5. Both my Husband Ian and I had the privilege of working with Bob at different Agriculture committees. Also going to pick up Christmas Turkeys from Bob when I order a 22 pound turkey and I show up and Bob says it’s a little bigger…..and I left with a 30 pound turkey

    1. Bob would frequently pass on larger turkeys to “special” customers. LOL.

      Thanks for your kind comments. We will pass them along to Ann and the family.

  6. So sad to hear about Bob , our condolences to Anne , Josh and all family. He was a good man RIP BOB

    1. Richard and Shauneen, thanks for your comments.

      As you say, Bob Crawford was a good man.

      WE will pass along you condolences to Ann and the family.

  7. Bob was a great man and would always volunteer his time at the Cobble Hill Fair, when needed. Bob we will all miss you with saddened hearts. Our greatest condolences to Ann and family. From the Shawinigan Cobble Hill Farmers Institute We all know, Bob’s heart was well embedded in the farming community in the Cowichan Valley.

    1. George, thanks for your comments.

      As you say, Bob was very much involved in the local farming community. He will be missed.

      We will pass along your condolences to Ann and the family.

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