ENMAN, Robert (Bob) S, Capt (Ret’d), RCOC, ATO

Bob passed away on 3 July 2018 peacefully in Okotoks, Alberta with his family at his bedside after a lengthy illness.
Bob was an apprentice soldier (one of the green monsters). He retired as an ATO with over forty years of experience dealing with ordnance related issues, but as recounted by his colleague, Eric Carter, he: “…will always be remembered for his escapades as an Ammo Tech from Private to CWO. He will be missed!!!”.
After retiring in 1994, Bob founded and served as CEO of XTECH Explosive Decontamination Inc.
A celebration of Bob’s life will take place in the fall of 2018
“At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.”


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