Robert “Bob” Milton Dodman

A photo of Robert “Bob” Milton Dodman

Robert “Bob” Milton Dodman passed away at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, Chatham Campus on Monday April 7, 2008 at the young age of 48. Bob was one of nine children born to his parents Margaret (Dodman) Steinburg of Chatham and John Dodman (predeceased). He is survived by his loving wife Connie Marie (Huston) Dodman of Blenheim and was a devoted father to their four children Rachel, Sara, Lorene and Gregg, all of Blenheim. He is also survived by his step-father, Rev. Howard Steinburg of Chatham. Missing their brother are Ann Fife and her husband Bill of Chatham, Madeline Shanks and her husband Terry of Wheatley, Beth Pollock and her husband Dan of Chatham, David Dodman and his wife Lynda of Blenheim, Carman Dodman and his wife Vickie of Saskatoon, Bill Dodman and his wife Stella of Chatham, Mike Dodman and his wife Denise of Blenheim and Peter Dodman and his wife Miriam of Chatham. Uncle Bob will be missed by many nieces and nephews. Extended family includes a step-sister Karen Mc Carter of California, a father-in-law Harry Huston, a brother-in-law Vaughn Huston and a sister-in-law Karen Ivan and her husband Dan. Bob was a faithful member of Trinity Anglican Church in Blenheim. He loved singing in the church choir and served as an assistant Eucharistic minister and was also a former member of Trinity Anglican’s Board. Bob also served his community by being an active member of the Optimist Club. For all who knew Bob, he was a man who loved nature and canoeing. Being a certified canoeing instructor, Bob could never be more comfortable than being in his wool socks paddling a canoe somewhere in the great outdoors. Passionate about Scouting, Bob faithfully committed over 25 years to the Blenheim Scouts. His level of commitment was recognized by Scouts Canada in August of 2007 with a presentation of their prestigious Centennial Medal.

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