I just learned of the passing of Bobby Hatoff and I must extend my condolences to his immediate and extended family. I feel that in significant part I grew up in his aura and I held him in deep respect and awe during our high school years at Lakeview. I knew his sister Aryln well - Bobby an I talked at length on numerous occasions during high school - years and years ago - I simply held him in the deepest of respect - all those years ago. I weep deeply at this news for the person - for his immediate family - for Harriet whom I met scores of times and his sister Aryln. I played golf with Lloyd and he often spoke to me about the gourmet meat business and I felt all those years ago like a member of the wonderful Hatoff family. Bobby Hatoff -may you rest in peace and know the positive impact you clearly had on hundreds upon hundreds of people. With the deepest respect - Arthur Wallenstein (my heart will always be in Chicago between Oakdale - Roscoe - Stratford and Wrigley Field) - currently living in Montgomery County, Maryland and feeling deep emotions about this news.
The Hatoff family Iris Lauryn and myself will truly truly miss mr.Hatoff.I recieved a gift from him and now its even more special.one of a kind truly one of a kind.
I just read about Bobby and would like to pass on my condolences. My Mother was Jack Hatoff's niece (Bernice Lovitz). I was so sorry to hear of his passing.
Michael and Paula Lovitz
as a retired employee of ALLEN BROS. please accept my condolences this was very shocking to me
My sincere condolences, Bobby was the most gracious man I have ever met. He taught me what it meant to treat people with kindness.