Cyril (Bob) Bambrick

July 12, 1943 to November 24, 2018

Obituary

Passed away suddenly at home on November 24, 2018, Cyril (Bob) Bambrick, at the age of 75. Leaving to mourn his partner Carolyn Gosse; sister Shirley Bishop and family; brother John (Joan) and family; special friend Wayne; as well as numerous other friends. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Tuesday, November 27 from 2-4 p.m. Bob was a retiree from the Newfoundland and Labrador Debt Management. He was a member of the BDS Collection band for several years and enjoyed music, signing and playing guitar with friends. He will sadly be missed by all.

 

 

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2-4 p.m. on November 27, 2018

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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Carolyn. Just heard about Bob.very shocked. We really did enjoy his company.we considered him good friend will miss the little talks at the grocery store. You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers

Aunt Carolyn, so sorry to hear of Bob,s passing our thoughts and prays are with you at this time

Bob graciously joined with myself and a number of other central Newfoundland musicians at an important community event in Botwood this past summer. We all enjoyed playing with Bob and are shocked to hear of his sudden passing. Rest In Peace Bob.

Condolences to the Bambrick family on the passing of Bob. Enjoyed playing along with Bob in the band for a time back in the late 80s. He was energetic, a good musician and loved to play. Rest in peace Bob.

Deepest sympathy to the family on the passing of Cyril.. He was my supervisor at Debt Management in the years at Dept. of Finance and always shared his sense of humor during our work days. May he RIP

Aunt Carolyn, so sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. We have always enjoyed Bob’s company very much. We enjoyed his music and he always took part in our family’s special occasions. And for that we are truly thankful. His love for his friends and family did not go unnoticed. He will be truly missed. Take care Carolyn and we look forward to seeing you soon. God Bless.

Carolyn we are so sorry to hear of bobs passing ,wishing we could be with you at this terrible time .sending you lots of love .audrey ,frank and family

Carolyn… our hearts are broken at the news of Bob’s passing. He was a fantastic musician and we are so glad to have gotten to know the two of you over the past few years. Bob always made us feel welcome and pushed me to learn more Irish music which he loved to sing and hear. Gary and I will miss his big heart and wonderful talent. We are here for you if there is anything we can do. Bob will be truly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. God Bless – Gary and Nati Parsons

Carolyn,

I always enjoyed the chats and music with Bob and you at mom and dad’s place. He had a true and genuine passion to go with that talent!
“Though the music has ended, the melody remains”.
Deepest sympathy on Bob’s passing.

So sorry for your loss, our deepest sympathies.

We are so sorry to hear of Uncle Bob’s passing. He will certainly be missed at family gatherings. Love Kim and Greg.

John,Joan and Family
Jeanette and I are saddened to hear of Cyril’s passing . I knew Cyril from our days with the Provincial Government , he was a great guy and loved to talk music and share a story. May Cyril Rest In Peace.
Peter & Jeanette Harvey
Langley, B C

NL’s Rock & Roll Pioneers Committee would like to offers its deepest condolences to Bob’s family and friends.
Bob was one of NL’s original rock and roll pioneers as a founding member of the legendary Bel-Aires rock & roll band back in the late 1950’s. Bob and the guys developed their own unique sound that would see a strong following.
In the late 70’s Bob would go on to co-found the B.D.S. Collection, another local rock & roll band with a big fan base.
Bob’s never ending love of music saw him perform with the original Bel-aires at our tribute benefit last January. Bob will be missed and ever remembered by his fellow musicians.
Our deepest condolences
NL’s Rock & Roll Pioneers Committee

To Carolyn and family. Very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Played with Bob for many years in the BDS collection. Have some great memoriies. R.I.P old buddy.

We, the employees at Botwood Foodland, are saddened & shocked to learn of the sudden passing of Bob. He shopped here quite often during his visits to Botwood & always had “special requests.” I had a special request for him during one of his visits…..to play & sing on St. Patricks Day. He did an awesome job & our customers loved it. We will miss seeing him & will always remember our special day with him. Condolences to family & friends.

Sorry to learn of the passing of Cyril.

I have not seen him much since his days of work in civil service. He was a true gentleman always.

R.I.P Cyril

To Carolyn and other family members:
You do not know me, but I remember playing and singing with Bob in a little musical band for a year or so in the early 60s. He was a good friend, and taught me some things about playing guitar, much of which I still find useful today. Please accept my deepest sympathy at this sad time.

David Barnes
Ottawa

Rest in peace Uncle ! I will always remember your gift of music ! you are missed !

Carolyn,
Our Heartfelt thoughts are with you at this difficult time. We are sending you our Love along with Tons of Hugs and Kisses. God Bless.
Trula & Wayne

To Cyril’s family I extend my sincere condolences. RIP.

My condolences to John , Joan and the family. I worked with Bob in the Auditor General and again at the General hospital Corporation. Unfortunately I will be flying out tomorrow morning and won’t be able to attend the visitation.
Ron Keating

Our deepest condolences!
Mike and Betty Spearns

So sorry to hear of Uncle Bob’s passing. He will certainly be missed. We enjoyed his music and family get togethers.
Love Cathy and Barry

so very sad to hear of his passing , we recently chatted at Shirley’s birthday party and talked warmly about past family gatherings ..