Dr. Robert J. Toohill, M.D.
I was looking up a Toohill reference when the first thing on my search was Bob's obituary. What a fine physician and human being we've been privileged to know. My condolences to his family. BJ Ferguson MD
Kay, we were on Vanderbilt Beach last night when we asked the question 'I wonder how The Toohills are' and leaned that Bob had passed away. Many fun memories were made with your family here in Florida. We share your sorrow but know those Irish eyes are smiling in heaven. Til we meet again...
just learned about bob,s death,he will be missed,and i will keep him in my prayers,last time a saw bob was at st williams church in naples florida,greg matz chicago kay if you give me you address i will sent you some pictures,greg matz 910 n lake sore drive appt 1119 ,chicago il 60611
January 12, 2014
Dear Kay and family,
Pam and I are deeply saddened to hear about Bob's passing. Bob was a wonderful colleague and helped mentor me in the area of Laryngeal Neurology. He was a wonderful gentleman and a pleasure to deal with at every level. I will miss him terribly. We will keep you in our prayers. Please accept our deepest sympathy.
Safwan and Pam Jaradeh
Mrs. Toohill and Family........
I'm the Marine that Dr. Toohill performed the operation on to give me my voice back. I want you all to know that I am real sorry about his passing, and my prayers and my deepest sympathy go out to you. Although way back in 1967 Dr. Montgomery was the one who received most of the credit for the operation, (it was his idea, after all) there has always been a special place in my mind for Dr. Toohill as being the one to give me back my speaking ability and, therefore, my lifestyle. Although we lost touch when I was discharged from the Marine Corps and transferred from Chelsea Naval to the VA System, over the years I have very often thought of "Dr. Bob". May Our Lord keep watch over you all, and help you through this difficult time.