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Robert "Bob" Calvin Dagg

November 5, 1958 ~ August 19, 2019 (age 60)

Dagg, Robert Calvin November 5, 1958-Neepawa, MB August 19, 2019-Neepawa, MB. Bob passed away on August 19, 2019 in the Neepawa Hospital with his daughter Jenelle and son James at his side. Bob grew up in Neepawa, but at a young age, decided he needed to explore the country, on his own terms, with adventures to Alberta and Ontario. Later, Bob returned to work in Alberta in the meat packing industry for a number of years, but eventually came back to Manitoba, working for Zenith Paving, Hylife Foods and the Rural Municipality of North Cypress-Langford, where he enjoyed working with his employers and coworkers. Bob enjoyed meat cutting, especially when it came to making deer sausage with family and friends. These parties brought together the people he most enjoyed being with, with many hunting stories being told as well as remembrances of past sausage sessions. Bob enjoyed both hunting and fishing, this allowed him quiet times to reflect on life, family and the many friendships he had made in his life’s journey. Bob is survived by his daughter Jenelle (Jon) Smith and granddaughter Rosalea of Brandon, along with his son James, of Eden, MB. Bob was predeceased by his mother Mildred Dagg in November of 2007. Bob is survived by his father Mervyn Dagg, sister Karen Kasprick (Don McGorman) of Arden, sister Donna Freeman of Neepawa, brother Murray (Jacqueline) Dagg of Minnedosa, sister Marilyn (Ernie) Noordenbos of Minnedosa, brother Kevin (Toby) of Eden, sister Shelly (Paul) Ravensdale of Brandon, and sister Lisa (Shane) Cluett of Neepawa. Bob also leaves to mourn 27 nieces, nephews, with their spouses, and 18 great nieces and nephews. Bob was previously married and leaves his estranged children from a previous marriage, to mourn. Daughter Rebecca Kay Stavely, of Prince Albert, Sask., son Johnathan George Zimmer, of Prince Albert, Sask., and daughter Kaitlyn Lacey Jacobsen,  of Prince Albert, Sask. A private family internment took place on Tuesday, August 27th, 2019, followed by a Celebration of Life at the Royal Canadian Legion, Neepawa, MB. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Neepawa and Area Palliative Care, Box 1240, Neepawa, Manitoba, R0J 1H0


Donations may be made to:

Neepawa District Palliative Care Service
Box 1240, Neepawa MB R0J 1H0


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