My heart goes out to the entire family. I knew Robert from his Cardiologist office where I had worked. He was the sweetest and most polite man. He will be so missed.
Bob is in a better place and can now rest in the arms of our Lord without pain or worries of any kind.
Delores, even though you have temporarily lost your best friend you will still have a heart full of wonderful memories until you meet again.
Love and Blessings,
Chuck & Pat Porges
A wise man once said "Time and tide waits for no man"and I guess that applies to the folks on 60th street in our old neighborhood.i remember the many hours we spent playing games and soft ball at the Tonti school play ground playground. I especially remember going on my Ist fishing trip with Bob.We loaded up my '49 Plymouth and headed up to Wis. We did not catch any "Whoppers", maybe told a few,but had a fine time. It was a rel pleasure to have him as one of my boyhood buddies growing up on 60th street.It looks like Bob had a real good life with a great family. God bless us, one and all
Larry Goslovich,one of the "old " gang
Tom, Dolores,and Family My sincere condolences.
My condolences to our friends down the block. Mr. Dorman (I still can't call him Bob) was always so wonderful to the kids on the block, including my whole family. Your loss is our loss.
I cannot be there tonight due to a prior commitment, but my thoughts and prayers are with you today and in the days ahead.
Our prayers for Bob and his family.