Rob Breen of Bowmanville, Ontario passed away

By | November 18, 2021

Rob Breen – death – Rob Breen, of Bowmanville, Ontario, passed away suddenly on Monday, November 15th, 2021 at the age of 44 years. He was born in 1977. He was the beloved husband and best friend of Jane, adoring dad of Kayla and Rachel. He was predeceased by his father Bob Breen and will be sadly missed by his mother. He is the Loving uncle to Selena, Bryce, Logan, Kallie, Rylee, and Connor. Rob was a 20-year employee at OPG, but his favorite moments were the ones spent with his family & his many friends. Never happier than the times spent at the cottage or even more on the water, his hearty laugh and brilliant smile will never be forgotten.

Service details are being completed and will be published once finalized. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to help Rob’s girls as they finish their education. Please note that tax receipts will not be issued. Further information is available on the website. Arrangements entrusted to NORTHCUTT ELLIOTT FUNERAL HOME, 53 Division St. N. For those planning to attend the service, proof of full vaccination will be required.

Opeongo Mountain Deer Draw Opeongo expressed their condolences on their official Facebook page to Rob Breen, the post read “Mountain Deer Draw would like to send out our deepest condolences to the Breen family on the loss of our legendary friend Rob Breen. He wasn’t just one the greatest the mountain has given us he was the funniest, kindest, belly laughing, give the shirt off his own back to you kinda man we all had the absolute privilege of having in our lives around here! Our hearts are broken, we miss you already so much! We thank you for always supporting us and your prize donation this year! The crawl or our draw will never be the same! Our hearts go out to you all! Ryan Breen Jenn Mccallum-Breen Krista Breen Mick Breen Cory Breen Kyle Breen And Jane Breen. Please, everyone, hold your families tight and raise a glass to Rob Breen! Stacey, Britnee Lacombe, and Family”

Photo Credit (PC) goes to Northcutt Elliott Funeral Home