To the Mack Family - So sorry for your loss. Bob used to greet me nearly every morning at the Feedbag Restaurant.
Bob was a great man and well liked by all. Elaine, I know this is a very difficult time for you, but do hope as you remember all the good times it will help ease your sorrow.
To Marilyn Wallace and all of the rest of the Mack family. I am very sorry to hear of Bobs passing. I just wanted you to know I am thinking of you all.
Joey, Todd and Chris,
Our thoughts are with you during this time of loss. We remember how much Bob and Elaine loved to watch Joey play baseball. We would put all our chairs on top of the Harwood hill and cheer on our boys. He is still watching all of you now that he is resting. Joe and Judy Spittle
Elaine, we will never forget you and Bob's wonderful visits to camp. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
To the entire Mack family, please accept my condolences in the passing of Robert. I personally did not know him, but am sure that my (recently passed on) husband, Grant Lewis, knew the entire family and probably played ball with him.
Bob had a very kind hearted and generous spirit and would do anything for those he knew, heck for complete strangers too. I remember one very cold winter day when he worked all day chopping ice off our roof so it wouldn't develop leaks. Bob made sure my parents and us kids were always welcomed in his home. Bob also included us in all of the outside adventures too whether it be boating, camping, snowmobiling or family get togethers. You will be missed by all, Bob. Godspeed.
Carol St. Onge (sister-in-law)
Elaine, Todd, Chris & Family - We are sorry to hear about Bob's passing. He is at peace and in good hands with God. We extend our heart felt sympathy to all of you. His smile, commanding voice and funny humor will always be remembered.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Mack family. I had the good fortune to work with Bob,and enjoyed every minute. He always had a new joke or story to tell,he was proud of his family,had a great attitude and was tough enough to handle everthing life threw at him with a constant smile on his face. A GREAT GUY !
We are sorry to here about Bob. He always had a joke for us to brighten our day.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Mack Family, Bob was a great person and
a great friend to my family the Doran's, especially my Dad "Dick" and Mom Gerry Doran. I will always keep Bob in my thoughts he was good to everyone he touched. We all will miss him dearly.
Michael "Mike", Steve and Michelle Doran
Elaine,Todd,Chris, Anna, Joey and Laura,
I know how badly everyone is hurting right now. Even though Bob had been deteriorating for some time, the sudden onset caught everybody off-guard. I am sitting here thinking of all the stories and adventures we shared over the years-going up to hunting camp with fresh perch from Lake Champlain, frying them up and just having the absolute best time in the world. And Frick and Frack(Elaine and Donna) getting into some situation over and over again, and Bob coming to the rescue. Bob finally relented in trying to make all of us St.Onge girls into hunters.
Everyone I know admired Bob so much for the courage, grace and fortitude with which he fought his battle with MS. He will be missed by everyone. Rest in peace Bob-you have earned it.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss. I will remember Bob as a great friend and kidder. He will be missed
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Todd & Heather,
Our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.
Todd, Heather & family,
My thoughts & prayers go out to all of you. Your Dad was indeed an inspiration to all who knew him as he was a wonderful man. May you all find solace from your grief by holding your fondest & happiest memories of him close to your hearts.
My condolences to the family as a old time friend of the family and Robert. I have many memory's especially when Bob and I teamed up in Germany many yrs. ago. May he rest in peace.
So sorry . A fine man from a fine family whom I knew all of his and my life. He and my sister were classmates at the former Richmond graded and high schools. His mother and grandmother played the organ in the Holy Rosary catholic church for roughly 50 years and led the choir too. He will be missed!
I will always remember Bob from his many trips to our house as well as the camp at Lake Elmore. He was not only full of life but also a very funny guy who would always make me laugh. My sympathies to all of you back home...
Cousin Elaine, Chris, Todd and all the grandchildren,
My deepest sympathy on Bob's passing. He was a good man with a lot of heart and a great sense of humor. I remember him fondly from many Thibault family gatherings. He will be missed.
Mary-Lou (Pitman) Paquet
Dear Elaine,Chris,Todd and families,
Our sincere condolences in the passing of Bob.We have some fond memories of times spent with him and Elaine.Our prayers go out to you all.
Mickie and Adrian
To Elaine, Todd, Chris, Anna, Joey, Laura and extended family, my deepest sympathies. I always admired Bob for his positive attitude toward life, especially having to deal with MS since his mid twenties. He was always so welcoming to all of my family into his home on so many occasions and I will cherish those happy memories. I will never forget his kindness to my parents. Rest in peace, Bob. I bet you had joke to tell everyone on your entrance into heaven.
The great jokes, stories and pranks are invaluble from such an awesome individual. His friendship and memories will be cherished for ever. So many fun times.... Bob Mack will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. My thoughts and prayers go out to Elaine, Todd and Chris and the extended Mack family.
My deepest sympathies go out to Elaine, Todd, Heather, Chris, Brenda and all the Mack family. When Dick and I moved from Massachusetts to Vermont, Bob and Elaine turned us into Vermonters. We had
such great times together. So many funny stories to tell. I miss those times. I know that Dick is saying, "Macka-doo, what took you so long?" Bob will always be in my prayers.
We are so very sad to hear about Bob's passing! We did not know Bob personally but we know Martha his sister and knowing Martha, we suspect Bob must have been a great guy, and will be dearly missed!
So very sorry to hear of Bob's passing! We did not know Bob but if he was as good a person as his sister Martha he must have been a great person.
I was in Bobby's class at RHS. He was a fine man. My sympathies to his family and to Martha.
A good friend that will be greatly missed.
Condolances to the Mack families!
God Speed Bob!
To all of the Mack family...
It was a pleasure knowing Bob and he will be sorely missed. He was a tremendous friend to my father, especially when Dad was battling his illness.
I will always think fondly of Bob, before sunrise, waiting for the Feed Bag to open.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Elain, Todd and Chris,
So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Had lots of good times on Randall Street. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I am so saddened to hear the news of Mr. Mack passing. You all became part of our family when we moved to Vermont in the 70's and I have so many fond memories. When I close my eyes I can almost hear the music and the laughter coming from my parent's kitchen (always a battle of who was the loudest and funniest – Elaine, Bob Harnois, Bob Mack or my dad). Truth be known, Mr. Mack was the funniest man I ever met. Sending our prayers and sympathy - Mary and Bob Gagne
Elaine, Todd, Chris and extended family...what an inspiration Bob was, always had a great attitude, courageously battling the MS refusing to let it limit him or his joy for life. He was always so welcoming and helpful offering to do anything for you and yes always had a new joke to make you smile. It is very hard to realize this huge presence has left us, he was a great brother-in-law and I will miss him greatly.
We want to send condolences to the Mack family. May Bob rest in peace. Deb & Ed Brown
Bob and I carpooled to IBM for several years and I recall well the stories that he shared about hunting in the Waterbury area. Often it would be the same story he had told over and over. Our thoughts are with Elaine and her family.
Chris, Brenda and entire Mack Family,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing.
Thoughts and prayers are with you all. I hope your Mom is doing well. It is so difficult to lose a loved one, my heart goes out to you all.
Elaine to you and your family our deepest sympathy. It was a pleasure to have known Bob. May he rest in peace.
Rita & Jean-Marc
Elaine, Todd, Chris
I am so sorry to hear about Bob. He was such a nice man. No matter where you saw him, he would take the time to stop and talk to you. Bob was always smiling and happy-go-lucky.
Our deepest sympathies to all the Mack family, and most especially, Elaine, Todd and Chris. We haven't seen Bob in a long time, but will never forget his great sense of humor. Blessings,
Dear Chris,Brenda,Anna and Laura, Our sincerest condolences, so sorry to hear about your Dad's/Grandfather's passing. I can remember many laughs with he and your Mom, at several softball games, and basketball games. We are thinking of you, and we'll keep you,and him, in our prayers. Gib,Sue,Katelyn and Molly
Elaine, Todd and Chris. We are so sorry for your loss. Bob was a wonderful man and he will definitely be missed, especially his great jokes.
My thoughts go out to the family. I'm sorry for your loss.
Our pleasure to have known you for so long, some great memories. We will miss you, buddy. Our sincere sympathy to Elaine, Todd, Chris and families.