Dear Betsy, Susan, Stacey, Keith and Marie:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you move through the days and weeks to come. I hope you will find comfort in the wonderful memories you have and the knowledge that he lives on through you and all those whose lives he touched.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Betsy, Susan, Keith and Stacey.
Bob - I will miss all of our discussions about Harvard hockey, politics and American history. And more important I will miss all your love and support of my family. I am sure you and Tom Delaney are having a great catch-up over a glass of scotch in heaven!
Dear Betsy, Susan, Stacey, Keith and Marie,
Our deepest sympathies to you all. We always enjoyed, and will now miss, discussing and reviewing the latest movies with Bob whenever we saw him. Our thoughts are with you.
Been a long time since we last saw you, but you haven't been forgotten. Our sincerest condolences to Betsy and family.
Uncle Bob, you were a wonderful one of a kind. Your dry humor and spiffy style and were widely admired in the family. Not to mention your love of cool gadgets, all things Harvard and Red Sox. While we will miss you down here, I know there are several folks (and dogs) there to welcome you! Rest well Uncle Bob.
We will miss Bob at the annual family clambake. Our thoughts are with you Betsy, Susan, Marie, Stacey, Keith and all the family.
As a young man just out of H.S.in the late sixties working for John C.Paige & Co, I looked forward to my daily Hockey talks, Bruins and Harvard, when delivering his mail mornings. Mr.Watson treated me wonderfully, and the same as everyone in the office, and I have always remembered that, when thinking of him. He was a true inspiration to me,and I will keep him in my prayers.
We love you and miss you, Uncle Bob. You were a five-star uncle. My dad is up there toasting you with an endless scroll of thank yous for your enduring love, support and compassion.
The more time passes the more of my loved ones are coming together in Heaven. I hope my dad, Ted, was there to welcome Bobby.