My Dad Tim Casey worked at Adduci's Bros back in the day. I remember Bobby delivering groceries and being so funny.
I can picture him in our kitchen on Hamilton St. All such good memories
I'm very sorry for your loss
I lost my Dad in 1996. He was 71.
So Sorry and so sad to learn of Bobby's passing. He was a great guy. Condolences to his family from the "boys" from Norton St.
Bob, Julie, Nicole and Susie, I am so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. I'm glad I got to share a few cookouts with him and your family.
Hugs to all of you
Joanne, On behalf of the entire McEntee Family in NJ we are very sorry to hear of your loss. Bob was one of my father's best friends and I was so happy to get them together a few years ago. He always spoke so fondly of you and Bob and the years he spent working in the store. I am sure he will be in good company and my mom and dad will be glad to see him. Please extend our condolences to the entire Adduci family.
Jill you will always be daddy's little girl. I'm praying that all the happy memories of him will get you and your family through this difficult time. Now you have an angel in heaven watching over you....gobble, gobble. I love all of you so much. Maryellen
Jill, Brian, and family,
We are very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you in our prayers.
~ Susan (O'Shea) Daniels and family
Jill, Brian and family,
Sorry to hear of your loiss, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Suzanne & Jack Kelliher
I love you Papa. I love that you made me laugh so hard that my stomach hurt. My favorite memory is when you would smoke cigars on the porch or while mowing the lawn. I will always remember you and Dad in the basement working on some of the many projects you two did. I also remember thinking it was funny that you duck taped your slippers together. I wear my boat shoes all the time because you did and now I know why. They are the most comfy shoes in the world. I love that we liked the same candy. That meant I got to eat all of yours and you never minded sharing. I hope one day to have a marriage like you and Nana. You would tell me again and again the story of how you and Nana met sixty years ago and you loved telling it. I will never forget the times I sat in your room and we talked for hours. The best part is we didn't talk about anything important but that didn't matter. I could have talked to you forever and I wish I still could. You told me so many things ranging from where you grew up to why the only thing you wanted for Christmas were Sears gift cards. You and I were also very honest with each other. You use to tell me that I was talking so fast that it sounded like I was speaking another language. I think I talked so fast because I had so much I wanted to tell you and was so excited about telling you. I looked up to you so much and I hope you knew that. I could listen to your stories all day Papa because they are so funny and you are such a good story teller. I love hearing about your life when you were a kid. This summer won't be the same without you. Summer means Hull and the beach but it won't be the same without my Papa. There will be no one to tell me stories, share candy with, and most of all make me laugh. No one will ever make me laugh harder than you did. No one will ever replace you and I am so blessed that I got to spend 15 years with you. I really miss you Papa and I know that you will have everyone in heaven laughing just like you had me laughing. I know I will have a guardian angel watching over me. Rest in peace.
Love Always, Caroline XO
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.
With Love, Jackie, Matthew , Andrew and. Mollie Tobin
Jill. So sorry. Daughters are always close to there Dads . The cpnnection. Is so tight I know Im like that with my Dad too. Ypur Dad gets You and you get him. You. Will always be his little girl. Even in heaven. Heaven has a special angel that always will be with you. Love ypu. Jill xoxoxoxoxoxoxo
So sorry for your loss.
Although we have not met we are related.
My mother's maiden name was Gori and she spoke of relatives named Adduci.
Please accept condolences from my family to yours.
May you find comfort in remembering your beloved father this Father's Day, and every day. Adduci family our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time, Jill please know that I am here for you whenever you need me. love to the family Vivian and Carl Brown
Uncle Bob will surely be entertaining those who have left before us with his sharp wit, endless funny stories and that brilliant smile. Always warm and inviting, his love for his family was clear-and that love can never be broken. Sending warm thoughts and prayers to you all. Christina & Family
I will always remember the days at Adduci Way just hanging on the deck- nothing going on - talking ragtime. Bob you are one of my favorite people in the whole world and there are few in that category! I will miss you more than words can say. Love you - until we meet on the other side. Tricia Button
Our memory of Bob is of a very good man who dearly loved his wife and family. He was a gracious and witty host whose home was his castle and his family his priority. The castle drawbridge always read "Welcome". Bob made a good impression on everyone. He was a man of substance never vanilla.
We loved him and will miss him. Mary Lou & Phil Henkin
Please accept my sympathy for the loss of your father. I lost my father in 1984, and I think of him every day. So cry, but realize the importance of life. The life (possibilities) that God has given us.
Jill, my heart goes out to you and your family!! You are the strongest person I know, and although this will be extremely hard right now, you will find the strength to to get through...... as you always do!!!
I laugh at the memory, that I first have of your Dad. He was sitting on the porch, on A St. manning the parking in front of the house. Well I parked there, and not knowing who I was, told me I could not park there and I would have to move!!!! Until he learned I was a friend of yours, then it was.... Welcome!!!!!
I'm sure there are countless memories that you have of your Dad, and that's what you can treasure forever!!!
I love you, my beautiful friend!!
Uncle Bob, as if I was one of your own kids, you supported and loved me. Always the concerned questions, the drive-by checks on my well being, and intervening on my behalf for so many years will never be forgotten. The door at Adduci Way was open and welcoming to me and so many friends for a cold drink and a laugh. Thank you and Aunt Joanne for all you have done for the family. Love, "your favorite niece," Kathy
(p.p.s - Gracie wants you to sing Chella a Luna one last time, Martin has a salute for you and Ella hopes your spirit will protect US and always be with us! 1-4-3
" When your parents are alive you go into every fight with back up - when something happens to them you go it alone"!!! - THANK YOU PAPA/DAD for all the years of BACK UP ... I will never forget ALL the life lessons - you were my biggest fan and me yours! - Please continue the quick witted banter in heaven - for we all need to see the lighter side of life.... I miss you SO MUCH already!!! Missy/Jill XO 1-4-3 (p.s. no note today - only Brighams ice cream certificates!!!)