To Josephine and son, Art.
I never had the opportunity to meet Rocco, but according to all the accolades he was truly a remarkable man. Rest assured he is with his Lord now and continously watching over his loving family. May God bless you all. He is in our prayers
rocky,thank you for being a great friend.my wife debbie and i will never forget your smiling face,you were always smiling.and the way you always joked with our daughters when they were at ken's bowl with us.you always took time to make the kids laugh.ken's bowl will never be the same without seeing you behind the bar.thank you for being a true friend.may you rest in the arms of the lord.R.I.P. my friend
Rest in peace, dear Uncle Rocky. If the richness of a life can be measured in degrees of compassion, love of family, devotion to cause and country, industry and principle, you were a millionaire. You were a mentor and an example to many, and you will be sorely missed. May flights of angels sing you to your rest.
Rocky, you were a true friend to everyone you met. I will miss the Sunday nights at the bowling alley...you were a true gentleman. An honor to have known you. My sincerest condolences to his family.
Rocky was one of the nicest men I ever met. He made me feel welcome like a member of the family when I joined Wahconah CC and it seemed he was always smiling. A modest war hero who will be missed by all. So sorry for your/our loss.
I will miss you, my wonderful uncle with a gentle heart of gold. I will always remember your infectious happiness and uncanny ability to make everyone think they mattered. A devoted, loving and fiercely loyal relative, friend, hard worker and soldier - you leave a huge gap with so many that you touched with your lovely spirit. An eternal optimist, you encouraged me at a young age to recognize that every day of life was a gift and so much better without war. Despite the huge lump in my throat and gut, I replace that with the love and light that your memory leaves in my heart. I hope to see you again, and perhaps up there you'll have a cold one waiting for me and the hundreds whose lives you made better each day. I love you.
i will dearly miss my uncle Rocky...may u rest in peace:(
So Mote it Be ..Blessed be
Tee Barnes, Lanesboro Mass...
I will truly miss my good friend. R.I.P. my friend.
Rest in peace Rocky. Such a gentleman, such a great man to talk to. I also knew him from Ken's Bowl. My sincere condolences to his family.
Rocky was one of the nicest people I ever met and made me feel welcome like a family member when I joined Wahconah CC. A modest war hero who was a great guy. I am sorry for your loss, he will be greatly missed.
I was deeply saddened to hear of my great friends death. Rocky worked at Kens Bowl for nearly 50 years and was a great friend and true
gentleman to everyone who knew
him. He also was the starter at
Wahconah country club for many
years. Rock will be missed by the thousands of friends that knew him and loved him. I will miss our lunch dates, but I will cherish all of our great times we had together. I loved hearing about you're days on the USS Lexington. Your stories about them were so vivid I felt like I was right beside you during battle. I will miss your smiling face behind the bar forever. You will be missed. Rest in peace my friend.
Your friend, Jerry
You will be greatly missed. Good Friend and even better person.
I will miss my friend and co worker. He was a wonderful man
I was deeply saddened to hear of my great friends death. Rocky worked at Kens Bowl for nearly 50 years and was a great friend to everyone who knew him and loved him. He also was the starter at Wahconah country club for many years. Rock will be missed by the thousands of friends that knew him and loved him. I will miss our lunch dates, but I will cherish all of our great times we had together. I loved hearing about your days on the USS Lexington. Your stories about them were so vivid, I felt like I was right beside you during battle. I will miss seeing your smiling face behind the bar. You were a true gentleman. You will never be forgotten at Kens Bowl. Thanks for all the great memories my friend.
Your long time friend...Jerry
Art, I haven't seen you in many years, but I remember having dinner with you and your parents and what a nice man your father was. I'm sorry for your loss.
My friend,mentor,coworker and teacher of life experiences. Rest in his arms and in peace. My deepest sympathies to Josephine and Art.