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Following a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease, Robert Frappier, of Timmins passed away on June 28, 2023, at the age of 72. He will be deeply missed and cherished forever in the hearts of his spouse Lucille Carter, his daughter Sonia Gaudette husband Serge along with their children Sebastien and Samuel. His stepdaughter Ashley Carter fiancée Moe Belec along with their children Tyson, Jordan, Hannah and Ainsley. His stepdaughter Lisa Carter. He is survived by his siblings, Gerry (Lilianne), Norm, Denis (Gail), Don (Lina), Real (Lynn), Joanne (Kirk), Rick (Pam), Linda (Greg) and brother-in-law Andy (Nicole). Also, numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. Robert was predeceased by his parents, Charles and Yollande Frappier. His siblings, Raymond, Guy, sister-in-law Jeannine, as well as his niece Andrea. Robert "Bob" was never afraid to take on a challenge whether it was in his mining career, repairing a vehicle, building a home or garage. He mastered all projects. He was a kind soul, a great listener, gave thoughtful advice and always was available to help or lend a hand. A very special thank you to "lil Bro" Real and Lynn Frappier for their constant support and going above and beyond during the length of his illness with us. Through this extremely difficult journey the family wishes to thank the Alzheimer's Society of Timmins and also of Midland for their continuous support. We are grateful for the staff at the Timmins & District Hospital and Extendicare for their care and compassion demonstrated while supporting Bob on our journey through this difficult disease. A private service will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Alzheimer's Society would be greatly appreciated. The Heart Remembers What The Mind Cannot. Bob has left the ones he loves to join the ones he loved. The tears we shed are the expression of the love we have for him. We will miss him forever. Arrangements entrusted to Stinson Funeral Home, 100 Bruce Avenue, South Porcupine, ON, P0N 1H0 (705)235-2900 www.stinsonfuneralhome.net