May he rest in peace!!

‘Uncle Bobby’ dead at 82
TORONTO (CP) – “Uncle Bobby,” a popular Canadian children’s entertainer during the 1960s and ’70s, has died at age 82. reports that Bobby Ash, originally from the U.K., died in Elliot Lake, Ont., on Sunday of a heart attack. Ash starred in “The Uncle Bobby Show,” which began its run on CTV’s Toronto flagship station, CFTO, in 1964.
His co-stars included the puppet “Bimbo the Birthday Clown,” and the characters “The Singing Policeman” and “The Ventriloquist.”
The 30-minute show was later titled “Uncle Bobby and Friends” and ran for two years on CTV to become a staple of weekday afternoons for many Canadian children.
CTV says funeral and memorial service arrangements are pending.
Ash began his career in children’s entertainment as a clown.
Even after “Uncle Bobby” left the airwaves, he continued to entertain kids in his retirement as the author of children’s books.