Robert FLOYD BOLD passed away on October 31, 2021, at the age of eighty-four, at the CMPC Home in Neepawa, MB with family by his side.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife of 65 years Betty; daughters Cindy (Glen) Tibbett, grandchildren Mark & Cam (Kristin), great grandchildren Sadie, Hannah & Hunter; Gail (Garth) White, grandchildren Bryan (Amber), Carrie (Brett) & Sherrie (Ian), great grandchildren Keenan, Braylon, Brynn, Sophie, Kellen & Brooks; Lori (Michael) Levandosky, grandchildren Trisha (Brendon), Kevin (Pam) & Shane (Katie), great grandchildren Brooklyn, Josephine, Addison & Emerson; Lynn (Wes) Janzen, grandchildren Kelsey & Cody; his sister Gladys Kulbacki; sister/brother-in-law Bev & Wilf Gatin, as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends.
He was predeceased by his father Robert Bold, mother & stepfather May & Allan McNab, sister Phyllis, sister/brother-in-law’s Noreen & George Bishop, Raymond Haines & Fred Kulbacki.
Floyd was born on April 20, 1937, at home in the R. M. of Rosedale to May & Robert Bold. He attended Glenholm School Grades 1-6 and completed his schooling at Eden. He married Betty (Wicks) on July 6, 1956, and then moved to the “tiny house” on her father’s farm. In 1970 they purchased their first ½ section of land demolished the J. M. Young house and used the lumber to build their “almost” forever home on the SW 4-16-15W quarter.
Floyd and Betty farmed and lived in the R.M. of Rosedale area from 1956 until October 2016 when they purchased a heritage home on First Street Neepawa. Unfortunately, in June of 2020 they had to leave their lovely home and move to Country Meadows.
When they were not busy farming, Floyd and Betty would be watching their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren in whatever sports/activities in which they were involved.
If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Beautiful Plains Community Foundation “Neepawa Farmers – Neepawa Baseball/Softball Fund,” Box 486, Neepawa, MB R0J 1H0.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
The family would like to thank all of dad’s Caregivers, White’s Funeral Home and to everyone for their kind words, memories, and thoughtfulness.
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Beautiful Plains Community Foundation - Neepawa Farmers – Neepawa Baseball/Softball Funds
Box 486, Neepawa MB R0J1H0