Domus, Robert George

November 28, 1949 - August 19, 2020

It is with a broken heart that I share that Robert died on August 19 at Health Sciences North in Sudbury. It was a very quick illness that he just could not fight. Robert was a wonderful husband to me and a supportive and dedicated father to Kyla and Matthew. As well, he adored his granddaughter, Haileigh. He loved his nieces and nephews and had a lot of fun partying with them and their friends! He had great respect and love for his 'two favorite brothers in law'. Son of Jean and Francois Domus formerly of Copper Cliff, brother to Francine Domus Oldenburg of Gore Bay. Those of you reading this that knew him, will know how much He loved anything with a motor. The louder and faster the better! He was an old town Copper Cliff boy and some of his best memories came from growing up there. He was a Motorcycle Mechanic doing most of his apprenticeship at Rocky's in London. Later he became an Elevator Mechanic and was a proud member of the International Union of Elevator Constructors. He respected and enjoyed the many members he learned and worked with. Rob loved people; he has many friends that meant the world to him. He made his friends his family and his family his friends. Going to really miss this guy!

3 Condolences

  1. Dear Nancy
    I just recently learned of Robert’s passing, it has been too many years to remember the last time our paths crossed but I not only remember him as a neighbour’s but also from CCHS. I fully understand how difficult the past few months have been for you as I myself lost my husband Wilfred this past summer. My sincere condolences to you and you family.

    By: Linda (Marier) Michaud
    December 4, 2020
  2. Our condolences to Robert’s family. God bless Robert, you could take the boy out of Copper Cliff, but you couldn’t take Copper Cliff out of the boy .
    Rest In Peace my friend .

    By: James @ Suzie O’Neill
    August 27, 2020
  3. My condolences to Nancy and family on Robert’s passing. Robert definitely was ‘old town Copper Cliff’. I spent a year in London with Robert (1973). We worked at the St Thomas Ford plant building Pintos and Mavericks. He drove his racing green TR3 that year, you could tell he loved cars and motor cycles! He was always fun and upbeat, enjoyed people and parties. God bless, Robert.

    By: Andy Akey
    August 26, 2020

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