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Our Deepest  Condolences 

It is with sad eyes and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of two cherished members of our Georgetown Soccer Club Family.

Peacefully, with his family by his side, Bob passed away on May 14, 2022 at Georgetown hospital.


In 1967, Bob, his wife Jane and their three sons Paul, Robert Jr. and Kenneth immigrated to Canada. He enjoyed working in his trade as a skilled carpenter and cabinet maker for many years owning his own carpentry business in Georgetown. Soccer was his passion; he was one of the founding members in establishment of the Georgetown Soccer Club in 1968. He coached youth boys in both house league and traveling teams in Georgetown for over 15 years and was also selected in 1973 to coach the Ontario Provincial Under 16 team to participate in the Canadian Championship.


Georgetown Soccer Club offers our Deepest Condolences to the Morrow Family. 

You will be missed Bob.

Rest In Peace.

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1934 - 2022

In Bob's memory, donations to the Georgetown Soccer Club would be appreciated 

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1964 - 2022

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Norman on Saturday, May 21, 2022. 


Norman was a great family man. He loved to be at home in the garden, out fishing, or on the soccer field as a coach or referee for the Georgetown Soccer Club. He will be missed dearly by all who knew him.


Georgetown Soccer Club offers our Deepest Condolences to the De Melo Family. 


You will be missed Norman.


Rest In Peace.

We invite you to share your memories and prayers for Robert and Norman.
As always, please be respectful of their 
families and memories.
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