Robert Broome

Robert Broome

16.01.1943 - 26.09.2023

Robert sadly passed away at home on 26th September 2023, aged 80 years. Beloved husband of Freda, much loved dad of Heidi and Joanna and loving grandad. Sadly missed by all his family and friends.

Vicky Shaw

03.11.2023

Rest in peace Robert.
I may not have seen you personally since I was a teenager but I know how much you meant to Heidi and how much she is feeling your loss. I know you will forever be in her heart, and in Freda's.
Heidi, I continue to be thinking of you, your mum and your sister at this difficult time and I know your Dad would be proud of you.

elizabeth broome

01.11.2023

Dearest Robert,my dear brother-in-law, how sad to know of your passing.
our time of knowing each other spans 60 years of wonderful memories that I will cherish close to my heart.
You will be sadly missed by all our family.what a blessing you have been to us over the years,you may be gone from this life on earth but will never be forgotten.may you rest in the loving arms of Jesus forever.
Elizabeth Ann Broome
Amy &Allen , Andrew &Robyn , Neil &maryjane. And grandchildren .

Robert Paula Lowery

30.10.2023

Sadly missed Robert Broome
Good memories he came to visit brother close family in Australia with Freda
Love Paula Rob

Tim and Karen Smith

26.10.2023

Only new you for a few years but long enough to know you were a lovely man, you will be missed x Rest in Peace Rob


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