My deepest sympathy, Arlene. Although we
haven't seen you both in many years, he
always reminded me of a deep thinker.
May peace and comfort be with you.
You'll always be in my thoughts.
Words cannot express my shock upon hearing of Bob's passing. Arlene, you and Bob were so very dear to Chuck and me and we always looked forward to getting together for lunch when we were in Naples. Bob was a very special person, quick with a smile and a wink in his eye. We were very fortunate to have known him. He is now in heaven listening to Chuck sing and looking down on us making sure all is OK. Bob will be with you always, never doubt that. I'm so very sorry for your loss, Arlene.
Bruce and I are saddened to hear of Bob's passing. We have nice memories of working in the same real estate office with Bob and Arlene in past years. They made us feel so welcome because of their outreach and friendship to us. Our sympathy to Arlene and Kathy and the other family members. Anna Woodland
Our sympathy to Arlene, During the years we lived in Naples we were very priviledged to count you and Bob as friends. We still love you and we have fond memories of Christmas parties in your home. We are sorry for your loss and pray that you will be comforted in your faith and all of God's promises. Phil and Lori Manes
Dear Arlene, Kathy, Janet, Linda & Family, Please accept my deepest condolences in the passing of your husband and father. I cherish many fond memories with your family and am grateful for your kindness in my life. Robert & Arlene were like our class "parents" at Naples High and generously gave up a their time, resources and personal space to accomodate all of us and sometimes even our giant class floats. You are all unforgettable! My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Anne
Arlene, Annette and I couldn't believe the look on Bob's face when I yelled his name "Bobby" as we walked into your house two years ago. Bob answered:
"Only you could get away with that". Arlene and family we're so sorry for your loss. The world should learn from people like cousin "Bobby".
Annette and Larry Jesewitz (Arlington Heights,Il)
To The Kovera Family. I am so sorry for your loss. I met Bob and Arlene when they found the perfect condo for my husband and I back in 1990.They both work very hard to find the best location and home for us. Letting you know you are in our prayers! Take care and God Bless!
We are so sorry we lost touch with you and Bob, Arlene. The two of you always were so good to us, and we enjoyed our times together. Bob will always be remembered as a kind and thoughtful man. How lucky we were to have known him. God shed his tender blessings on all of you, and may you find peace in knowing he watches over you from Heaven.
Jim and Mary Margaret Gruszka
Remembering You in Thought and Prayer. In these days and nights of sorrow, know that you are not alone but in the prayers, the thoughts, and the hearts of those who care. Bob's great sense of humor remains a lasting memory captured in my heart and mind. With deepest sympathy.
To the Kovera Family,
I am so sorry for your loss! It's so hard to lose a beautiful and important soul as your Daddy had!
He and your Mom both were very special to me! The entire family has always held a special place in my heart!
God Bless each and everyone of you! May God hold you all very close right know!
To the Kovera Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Mr. Kovera was an amazing man and it seems just like yesterday we were walking after school from Gulfview to see him at the pharmacy. I will always remember "Fido," and of course the countless hours of dancing in the livingroom. The world has lost a great man, and Heaven has gained an angel.
Our Deepest Sympathy to Arlene and family.
R.I.P. "Bob" A Dear friend and Colleague
Too soon gone.
Fritz and Jane Harrington
To Arlene and the girls please accept my condolences in the loss of husband and dad. Bob was the first person I met in Naples when we came to look for a possible retirement property back in very early 1989. He took a pretty full Sunday afternoon to guide us around and he gave us a sense of caring about us as more than just a sale. As our condo was being built he sent photos of the progress. He gave us help with anything we asked. In short a class gentleman will now be at peace with his Lord. God bless you Bob