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August 14, 2018

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November 7, 2017
Sincere condolences from the Gaenzler Boys and Family. Bob was a special person to us and to so many because he was there to hold your hand and help you through the toughest part of life. For us, our grandparents' passings and most recently that of our Dad in March earlier this year.

RIP Bob. You have a special spot in Heaven.
November 5, 2017
Our prayers are with Kathy and Phil and the rest of the family in this time of sorrow.

Mayo and Gloria
November 4, 2017
Uncle Bob was a great guy who could find a joke for any situation. His love of life, family, and profession were his hallmark. He will be missed. Dennis and Nancy Belt
November 1, 2017
My deepest sympathies to Bob's family.

I came to know Bob 3 years ago through the Rochester Philatelic Association, where he was instantly welcoming as well as extremely generous with his knowledge and resources. Bob kindly helped me begin my journey of stamp collecting and was a constant friendly face at meetings and shows. When we found ourselves walking out at the same time, we would always have an extended chat before parting ways. I enjoyed hearing him speak of his start as a funeral director and will miss talking with him. Bob was so kind and caring that he even made sure to call me once and see that I had directions to a stamp show that I had not previously attended. He thought of others often and with care. He will be dearly missed.