We knew RP in the 60's he was funny and lots of fun
The Stark girls
We knew Rp in the 60's he was funny and fun
Rest in Peace RP
cindy and family...i feel like i've known r p all his life, as indeed i have, being a friend of emilys...long years of listening and watching the antics of her kid brother....alwys bringing a smile to our faces....they're all memories now, but visions of rp will always bring smiles to our faces...he fought a great long battle and cindy, you were there beside him through it all.. God bless..
ceil and john briggs
I am sorry for your loss Cindy. Bobby was my first friend. I was five and he was four. Together we tried to teach Brownie and Checkers how to jump rope, ice skate, and race us to the corner of Elizabeth and Green Street. Even though years may have passed between our conversations, we always had an immediate connection as the time lapse simply disappeared in the dust. I treasure my many Bobby memories!
To All the McDonald Family
Our deepest sympathy to the McDonald family.
RP was a true friend and the Barrys were very fortunate to have experienced down-to-earth wit and humor.
Cindy and family,
Sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest sympathy.
Cindy, from one and all in my McDonald family, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..i can relate 50 plus years of memories. wild,funny,crazy,heartfelt, but mostly hilarious! my uncle, your husband was a best pal from that first time i remember him wheeling me and my brothers around his living room in his newspaper delivery bag and tossing us on the couch as we howled with laughter..so many of us have so many fun memories and tales to tell..RP will be sorely missed..
Dear Cindy and family;
We were saddened to hear of RP's passing. Having known him most of my life I was shocked when the news came. We are near the same age. Our condolences to your family at this time. Our prayers are with all of you.
Sincerely; Dick & Sandy Fox (from FL)
Cindy & family, Our deepest sympathy in the loss of RP. May you find comfort in your memories. Dave & Anne Donnelly
Our sympathies to your family. RP will be missed by his many friends.
Tom and Cindy(Ryan) Little
My sympathy to the family. I truly enjoyed getting to know RP while playing bridge. He will be missed.
Linda Elliott Brockville, Ont.
Cindy & family.... My deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. To my next door sister you will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Kim (Lake) Goulden
Sanford, North Carolina
Cindy & Family...., Sending my deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. To my next door sister, You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Kim (Lake) Goulden
Sanford, North Carolina
Cindy, my thoughts are with you and your family.
Cindy and family...so very sorry to hear of RP's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time.
Our sympathies and prayers to the McDonald family and Judy. Helen & Ned Hackett
Cindy and family!! So sorry to hear about the loss of one of the funniest people I have known. My heart and prayers to all of you. Cousin Dee
Cindy and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I was honored to have worked with RP, and always enjoyed the stories of his life and times. He will be missed.
Never a dull moment when RP was around. He was a natural for making people laugh without even trying.
Cindy and family, so sorry for your loss. It is such a difficult time and we feel your loss also. Joe and RJ certainly had many good times together and certainly had some stories to tell. You are I'm our thoughts and prayers. We are sorry that we are not home to see you.
I'm very sorry for your loss. There are so many stories that i could tell about RP that you would have tears in your eyes. Prayers are with you and his children.
Cindy, Joc, Collin & Hoobee-
Please accept my deepest sympathies. I will miss seeing RP around the neighborhood. It was always nice to stop by and chat when he was out on the porch. He was very proud of you all and loved to talk about the great things happening in your lives. He will be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones. RP was one of the first people that I met when I moved to Ogdensburg in 1958 as my family lived in the next block on Elizabeth Street. He helped me adjust to my new surroundings and made my move from Chicago much easier and for that I have always been grateful. I enjoyed bridge games with him and always looked forward to.him being my partner.
May he rest eternally in peace.
Joe and Pretha Harrison
Hoobie and Family, So sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sue and Roger Raven
So sorry for your loss, he so loved to play cards.
Cindy and family...
So very sorry to hear about your loss. RP was a stand up guy with a great disposition and wit. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Tricia Goolden Snyder
I was so sorry to learn of RP's passing. I attended highschool with him and he was always one to bring a smile to all who knew him. Sincere sympathies go out to his family. Sadly missed but never forgotten.
cindy and family thoughts and prayers to you all sorry for your loss
Cindy and kids,
R was one of a kind and will surely be missed. Those that knew him will always remember his humor and love of life
Sending our deepest sympathies,
Kevin, Tracie and Will
I went to JCC with RP and he and I always did very well at the pick up bridge games!! I also was in the car business here in watertown and used to sell his dad cars back in the late 70's. Many years later I ran into him at a bridge tourny in Watertown and we had a few laughs remembering things from our JCC days.
My sympathies and prayers go out to you all. I am glad I knew him and was friends with him.
I am so sorry for your family's loss. My sincere sympathy to you all. God bless,
Sending our deepest sympathies.
Cindy, Joslyn, Colin & Courtney,
You are in our thoughts. RP was a "one of a kind" and will be dearly missed by all who had the good fortune of knowing him.
Michael & Maureen