This message is from Shirley Siuciak Mondragon. I grew up with the Kolimas children. Marnie was my age. We attended school together at "St. Sym's" and St. Paul-Kennedy. For several years, we were close friends. I remember quite clearly the interior of the home on 59th St. I was made aware of Robert' s passing by a mutual childhood friend, Barb Frystak Richardson, albeit too late to attend the services. Had in known, I would have been present to offer my sincerest condolences. May I do so now.
Barb and family, I send my thoughts and prayers for all of you. May your pleasant, happy, fun memories, help you get through this difficult time. Barb I would love to talk to you. DAM851@AOL.COM---Debbie Murray
Dear Kathy and Monica-
Mary and John Collins and I, Jean Corvine, wish to express our deepest condolences. We remember you fondly from those happy days at Madeira when the girls were such good friends.
I am very sorry for your loss.
My family and I were saddened to hear this news. I will remember Bob Kolimas as a kind and considerate colleague who cared about his patients. Our prayers and deepest sympathies go out to the family.
I offer my sincere condolences. Take comfort in reading Ecclesiastes 9:5 in your Bible regarding the loss of your loved one.
We were deeply saddened to read the news of Dr. Robert passing away. May you find strength in the coming days.
The Pawlak Family
Former neighbors on 59th Street