Fond memories of visiting in Westport
David T. Barrall MD
What an impressive man!!! And what an impressive family!!!!
To the Trowbridge family,
Please know it was my honor to care for Rob in the final year of his life. He was a grand man. Thank you for sharing him with me.
-Laurie Pavao, LPN Sakonnet Bay Manor
George White here. Rob was a marvelous boss, mentor and friend. I could never calculate all he meant to me during the 12 years I was at Creamer Trowbridge and beyond. The memorial service was lovely... the "red hat finale" a memory. Seeing you brave and smiling was a comfort. Sorry I could not make it to the reception. Carolyn sends her thoughts. God bless. George
Dear Mrs. Trowbridge, Alicia, Susan, and Carrie, you may not remember me, but I took care of you many years ago. You all were wonderful to me and I enjoyed my time with you all. It is with much sadness to hear of Mr. Trowbridge's passing. My sincerest sympathy goes out to all of you.Thinking of you at this difficult time. Sincerely, Janis Alves-Beecher.
18 years of wonderful memories that began at 49 Peck Street. Deepest sympathy. Bob & Barbara Higgins
Dear Sally and family,
It was an honor and privilege for Bill and me to work with Rob at Creamer in the early 1980's.
His leadership, dedication to his clients and staff and sense of humor made Creamer a great place to work. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
When I think of Rob, I see the original, and imaginative Christmas cards and the sailing-image tiled coffee table that the two of you designed. I have noted that all that talent has passed onto Rob's family.
Sally and girls. I am so sorry to hear about your lossing Rob/Dad! I so well remember your father when he used to come to Bradford to see your Mother!! I also have fond memories of their wedding. Sal, remember when you sailed all the way from Vero Beach to Naples with Rob in that open boat? I thought you were really brave!
You are amazing Sally, for the many years of devotion. You are an inspiration to others! I will be with you in thought and prayers Saturday and talk when you get back to FL...CA is a bit too far.
Sally: God Bless You. Your tireless love and attention to Rob was an inspiration to us all. And what a gift he was to all of us. Good job, Sally, good and loyal servant. Bruce
In this world of sham relationships, simply said, Rob was special. His partnership was real and he stood tall for all to see.
Warmest heartfelt words from Barbara and me to Sally.
Dear Sally, Lee, Sue and Carrie, and all Rob's family,
To us, Rob was always more than kind, engaging, welcoming, entertaining and a man of high character. We can't begin to imagine all your wonderful time with him. We do know it has created many valuable and lasting memories.
Please accept our deep condolences.
Betsy, JC, Chloe et al.
To the Trowbridge Family - I had the honor of working at C T C B in the 70's, and with Rob directly on the Blue Cross Blue Shield account as their Media Planner and Buyer. Rob was one of the kindest, most supportive people I ever worked with and I am lucky to have been involved with such a wonderful and classy guy. My memories of him are that of a humble man who would cross a ballroom to shake your hand. I remember doing a year's Media Plan for RIBCBS and Rob sending me a note praising my effort..a memory I hold very dear. My prayers and thoughts go out to you as you mourn this amazing man.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
Dear CTL and Family
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
My thoughts are with you...
Dear Sally, Lee, Sue and Carrie~
I was sorry to hear from my brother today about Mr. Trowbridge. Please know that you are all in my thoughts.
Kathy Kiely Seifert
Sally & Family,
Rob was a tower, an icon I've known since the very early days of Creamer, Trowbridge & Case. He was a man of compassion, integrity and honor; a straight shooter who always had time for others no matter where they stood on the ladder of life. Cherish the memories of yesterday as they will carry you through tomorrow. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
So sorry, to hear of this wonderful mans death.
I worked for Rob in Providence as an art director
in the 70's. Gods' blessing to all.
Carrie & Family,
My deepest sympathy for your loss. He sounds like an awesome man and will be missed by many. Love the photos and his smile!
Sally, Lee, Suzie and Carrie,
Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. We have fond Moorings Memories of Monday afternoons watching your Dad sail. We hope you find strength in the memories he created and gave to you.
Carrie & Family:
We were saddened to hear of the loss of your dad. Please know how sorry we are. May happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time.
Love, Linda, Lou & Leigha Valentine
Oh my gosh, you have so many reasons to be proud of your dad - Lee, Susan and Carrie, but I truly believe the most important reason was that he was an awesome dad, husband and grandfather. I understand that I don't know you all, as well as others, but I do feel your pain and I send you all my sympathies, thoughts and prayers and especially, for your mom. Sally Huff