So saddened by Mr. Agler's passing. I valued becoming a friend to Mr. Agler and looked forward to seeing him and Mrs. Agler several times a week at Linden Ponds. He always was ready with an appreciative smile and a warming laugh. I always loved giving him his signature dessert of three ice cream scoops and maple syrup. Many thoughts and prayers to Mrs. Agler and all the family
Sylvia and family my deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Ducky Storrs
I was so sad to see Mr. Agler had passed away. I enjoyed meeting you both at Linden Ponds, and will remember him as a kind and soft spoken man with a twinkle in his eye. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Alison, Tim and Leigh: From al of the Murphy boys our deepest sympathy on the passing of your Dad.We have great memories of parties and dinners at your house in Hingham where your Dad was so great with all of us. While death is inevitable it still takes the good people too soon. Best regards, Steve
Growing up, the Wells family had so much fun at the annual clambakes at the Agler's house in Hingham, and whenever we saw Sylvia and "Uncle Bob" over the years. He was a sweet wonderful spirit and will always live in our memories.