Betsy and Family, My Betsy, Tripp and I are so saddened to hear of your loss.
We cherish all the good times we had and vacations together. We just found out today as we live in St. Maarten and have lost most contact with the real world. Again our love to you and please accept our condolences.Pls feel free to email me,any member o the amily--Raythepirate1@gmail.com
Bob always encouraged me to succeed and believed in me. I will miss him. Kelly Kepler
My brother, Robert Lurie, lived with a purpose..to follow his heart and live his dreams. He dreamt big, whether it was to survive the battlefield in World War II, to build a village in a remote region of South America or start a peach orchard in the south. In all these endeavors he turned stumbling blocks into stepping stones.
He passed this message on to all he loved. Robert had a magical way of making people feel good about themselves, applauding their successes and offering love and guidance when problems arose. He never lost his hearty laugh and lived his life with pure optimism. My brother never confused a single defeat as a final defeat and viewed any "can't be done" as windows of opportunity. His optimism, love and warmth to family and friends will be sorely missed.
He faced his final battle with this same courage and hope.
Now, rest in peace, dear brother. You will always remain in my thoughts and heart.
You will be missed love you Christina and Janet
Bob was an amazing, tenacious, stubborn, inventive, creative force of nature in real estate. I did one transaction with him and was in awe of his ability to pull together chaotic elements of a complicated transaction and extract a successful sale. And he was a character, a strong personality. My sympathies go out to Betsy. Vincent Crisci