I want you to know that I will see you in heaven. You will always be remembered fondly. I was just thinking about you the other day. Plus what a coincidence, we also met another couple from Southeast Christian while we were in Israel back in March, and we had one mutual friend in common. It was you, big guy. Just so happens, they were at you and Sue's wedding too. I have all good memories, and I will miss you bro.
Words elude me at the moment .I am so sorry for your loss. Rest in Peace Bobby.You are loved and missed by many.Prayers and hugs for your family in this time of their need.Goodbye old friend.
SUE YOU KNOW YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR PRAYERS. WE LOVE YOU AND ALICE AND NEVER THINK YOU ARE A BOTHER. WE ARE HERE TO CARE FOR YOU.
Sue as you know Bob & I were like "brothers" my heart is with you. Laurie and Mary Lynn my prayers & love are with you both.
I never will forget hanging out with Bob & watching U of L play. When I moved to Portland,Or. our relationship seemed to grow even stronger, we talked at least once a week. We got to visit in August 2011 when I came home.
I will miss Bob dearly here on earth but one day we will meet again-LOVE YOU BOBBY D!!
Mark French (Louisville,KY-Portland,OR)
Eternal rest unto him, oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Prayers and thoughts are with the entire Densford family
I'm very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed getting to know and work with Bobby D. and miss him dearly. We just posted a tribute to him on Louisville.com: https://www.louisville.com/content/louisvillecom-contributor-bobby-densford-died
You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
To Sue & Bobby's family, I am both shocked and saddened to hear that Bobby passed away so suddenly. He had such a joy of life and consistently looked for the best in people and in life. It was truly a blessing to know him.
Bobby and I were friends from high school. He even took part in a Good Friday play I had written and he was a high point of the show. I enjoyed reconnecting as adults and am greatly saddened to hear of his passing. He was a good man and a good friend.
Bob was one of my cloest friends. He was the biggest support a female could have! He had many challenges but his faith never changed. I was always impressed by that. Densford family - your in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all
We count as a great blessing knowing Bobby D., his humor, his kindness, his intellect, his writing skills, his faith, and the friends & family he shared with us that we met through him. We are so thankful for times shared together and wish we did not need to wait till heaven to be with him again. We will try to realize more fully the value of each day, each moment, and each person in our lives...and hope that the empty place in our hearts will be filled with memories that will stay vibrant till we are rejoined in heaven.
Bobby was a good man who persevered in the face of challenges. Through it all, you could count on Bobby for a joke and a smile. I knew he had been experiencing health problems but he never complained about them and he kept a cheerful demeanor. That's better than most of us could do. Fare thee well, Bobby.
Bobby and had been friends throughout school. He was always a delight to be around and had a wonderful sense of humor. Bobby will be missed.
Blessings and comfort to his family during this difficult time.
I had known Bobby as my friend Laurie's big brother, as a young girl. Fortunately, I found Laurie, and several of my childhood friends, from Brookline Ave. a couple years back. From that, Bobby and I started talking, and had become good friends. He was the first person I chatted wit, on FB he made me laugh, he humbled me with his words at times, and the Lord was first w/Bobby. My heart hurts for you Laurie. May the God comfort your !
I will never forget going to Lexington to see Billy Joel in 1978-79 with you, my sister and my friend Tricia. When Rod Stewart came to Louisville I went to see him. He kicked soccer balls off the stage and you caught one. I begged you and tried to pay you for that ball! You wouldn't give it up...until my birthday a few months later. You knocked on the door, I opened it, you told me Happy Birthday and said you wanted to get me a present, but there is only one thing you wanted.....the soccer ball! I still have it Bobby, on the shelf in my den. Every time I see it, I think of you. I will miss our late night talks on FB, and your advice. I love you Bobby, Rest in Peace..Sherry
As a little girl, my grandmother lived next door to my friend Laurie, Bobby was older, and would be w/his friends, and football in hand. Not long ago, I was lucky enough to find Laurie, and more of the neighborhood kids. I never would have thought, we would become great friends. He loved our Father, in Christ, no doubt. He was very funny, and had a wonderful heart. I'm going to miss those chats, he was the first person I did chat w/on Facebook. I can only think of you being with Our Savior. My prayers are with you Laurie, and the family. May you be in the arms of the Angels.
you will be missed my friend,rest in peace.
Laurie, we are so sorry for your family's loss of your brother. If Sam and I can do "anything" for you, please feel free to call us at any hour.
We pray that GOD will hold your tender hearts during your time of sorrow. GOD bless you and the entire family.
Sam and Diane Lucia
Bobby was my best friend in the 7th grade at Gottschalk Jr High. I will always remember his big smile and his kind heart. Rest in peace my friend.
Bobby always had a ready smile. His faith uplifted me, and I count myself lucky to have had him as a friend.
my prayers are with the family.
Bob proved throughout his life that regardless of the challenges or hardships we face, life is a gift that should be celebrated every day. He will always inspire me and remind me to remain humble and grateful for all life's blessings.