I was very young going over to uncles house on the lake,I do remember it being a happy place to be! hanging out with cousins,lots of smiles! sorry to hear of this news,your family is in our thoughts and prayers.You had a special place in my life,God has a special place in heaven for you!Donna(Desmarais)Calarese
Bob, You will never be forgotten. Always in my heart. Thank you for great friendship. Love you always Bob. From Nora, Phil and Brenda we will miss you.
Thanks for the memories on Lake Archer, Uncle Bob. All the fishing, boating, and ice fishing, were great. We got to be the first to swim late spring and the last in the fall. Now we have a life long love of the water.
May you and your family find peace in this sad time. All Dad's are amazing!!
I send you my love and thoughts. Hopefully my Dad has held his hand and showed him the way to peace.
The memories will live on forever.
Spring Hill, FL
Our thoughts and condolences to the Rowell family. May you keep your memories close to your heart.
Lisa & Bob Delaiarro
Some of my greatest memories are growing up on Rowell Rd. We really did have some great times with the Rowells! Between the Durants and the Rowells there was never a dull moment!!! LOVE YOU ALL!!!! And God Bless Mr. Rowell GOD has another Angel to watch over us all!!!! Dale R. Durant Spartanburg SC.
My condolences to Bob's family. I have good memories of living next to Bob and family on Lake Archer in Wrentham, MA.
To Bob we will miss your daily phone call especially Fran. Bob would call almost everyday vice virca. You always had a funny message or a real concern for how Fran was when he went in the hospital. You are free of pain and I know your raising heck with the Angels. Your Angel Angela took such good care of you on earth and so did all your kids. RIP Bob love Donna and Fran DeVasto
My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole Rowell family.Bob will be missed.
Thank you for welcoming me into your family. I wish I could have had the chance to spend more time with you. I will stand by your family, and I promise to be good to your daughter. God Bless and Rest in Peace. Your future son-in law T.
Mr. Rowell was always a bigger than life figure to me growing up on Lake Archer. Heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all the loved ones he has gone ahead of.
Bob, R.I.P. crazy man.. alway enjoyed jokeing with you.. a lot of funny moments, never knew what was comeing when I ran into you but always left smileing & laughing... your a good man bob & it shows in your children.. your kids are wonderful careing people.. you did good buddy... angela,amanda,mike,ashley,dan be proud, stand proud, you all were a close family & that will not change.. love you guys sooo much... to bobs other children I'm so sorry for your loss... angain, R.I.P. buddy ole pal..
There always was a smile on your face is what we will remember the most. You were the first to lend a hand or helpful advice. He was a true friend that lived life to it's fullest every day and made you feel good about yours. God has his #1 Angel now. You will be missed old boy...
There always was a smile on your face is what we will remember the most.
He was the first to offer you a hand or helpful advice. You were a true friend and a great man who made you feel good about life no matter how bad things were... God has his #1 angel now...You will be missed old boy.
The Collins family.
Dear Bob, I'd like to start by saying I will always keep it in my sneaker. Haha. My time was too short with you, but it feels like I have known you longer. You have always made me feel comfortable in your family. The way that my fiancé, your daughter, loved you, I can only hope my daughters will feel the same way for me. I will stand by your family the way I know you would want. I will take care of your daughter. Rest in peace. Nuff respect.-T
Forever in my heart. I love you Dad. You did right by your family, you were an amazing man. God has a special place in Heaven for you. I know you would be proud, I'm going to eat an oyster on your birthday!
I love you, and miss you. Rest in peace old man.
The memories with "Bobby" are endless. The enjoyment of staying at the little red house, next to Lou Perry's, on Lake Archer so I could attend little league on weekends. The times that Mom and Dad brought Bobby to the Cape beach buggying when I was ~10. Fourth of July celebrations on Lake Archer. Letting me fish in the pond behind the red house in Wrentham. My sister Diana, brothers Phil and Ron emailed all day recalling all our memories of Bobby. The last time I recall running into Bobby was on Rte 6 in Wellfleet while driving home after a weekend in the Cape Cod National Seashore. We saw each other while passing on the road and pulled over to catch up on old times. Bobby was so much fun to talk to as he had so much to share. He loved oystering in Wellfleet and I recall even running into him at Cape Tip Seafood where he sold his harvest. I will miss Bobby but the memories of him will last me a lifetime. He was a favorite of my mother Marion. My wife Nancy and I wish the very best for those he left behind. Cousin Danny
We wish to extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.