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August 28, 2015
Dear Quattrochi Family,

I always enjoyed the many conversations with Bob during our vacations on the Cape. I expected to see him, I was saddened by the news, such a great man. The Darcy family has him in our prays, we miss him.

Bill Darcy
February 16, 2015
Aunt Kathy, Suzie, Joane, and Karen, Uncle Bob was a wonderful Uncle, Father and man in general. I respected his unconditional love of
family and friends. He gave so much of himself to so many. I was
Unaware of his illness . Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
December 11, 2014
So sorry to hear of Mr. Quattrochi's death. I remember the girls from our years at BCDS. I'm sure the Bergmans family bought at least one car from Pete's over the years. He was involved and committed to his community and his legacy will live on through his family. Sincerely, Johanna Bergmans Musselman
November 20, 2014
Dear Quattrochis,
My brother Tom just gave my siblings and me a detailed report of the wake and funeral for your husband and father. I am sorry I could not have been there.
I have nothing but fond memories of "Mr. Quattroch" whether it was "covering for me" when I would bring a wrecked car in to Pete's, playing golf at the CC of P, or getting a wave from him as he cruised in the 4th of July Parade. Even after I left Pittsfield he always showed a genuine interest in me and my family whenever I came home.
The list of his civic contributions and accomplishments goes on and on and is most impressive indeed. But his dedication to church and family should get the most attention. He was a devoted leader of both. Tom mentioned that, among the myriad of other assignments, Bob was responsible for unlocking the doors at St. Mark's Church every morning and he had done so the day of his passing! I am firmly convinced that Bob Quattrochi has already approached St. Peter, offering to give him a day off if he ever wanted to take a break from opening the gates of Heaven. Because that's the kind of guy he was.
Love, in abundance,
Joe Farrell, III
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