miss you everyday. always.
Love you and miss you every single day.
Karen,Tim, and Katie,
I am so sorry to hear about Bob's passing. He was a great man and will truly be missed by everyone who knew him. Bob made my years on the Athletic Boosters Club very enjoyable and he was an extraordinary leader.
Dear Bob, I am so sorry to hear of your passing. I will never forget our first days in the PO, when we became friends and all the laughs you provided..I will never forget you. Rest in Peace!
Tim, Katie and Mrs. McKenna,
Our deepest sympathies go out to you on the loss of Mr. McKenna. He is forever with you in spirit and in your hearts. May God bless you as you continue to recover.
Jeff, Kate and Gary Snyder
We will never forget this wonderful, generous man. You are missed and thank you for allowing us to share in your life!
Karen and family,
My sincere condolences for your loss. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers during the difficult days ahead.
I share your sadness for the loss of Bob. All that were touched by Bob have nothing but great memories of him, he was truly one of the "Good Guys" Although I saw him mainly at reunions it was always great to talk to him. He will truly be missed.
My deepest sympathy
Karen, Tim and Katie, Our deepest sympathy to all of you on the death of Bob. He was a great guy. When anyone was having a "bad" day, Bob always had a joke,a funny story and his infectious laugh to brighten the day. His love of family, friends, fishing and life will long be remembered. May Bob rest in peace with a "fish on".
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
Robbie, we had great times together. You will be missed. R.I.P. Kevin (mek) McKenna
To my cousin, Robbie, we always had great times together, gonna miss you. R.I.P. Kevin (Mek)McKenna
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I was in schock when I learned of Bob's passing and I am so sorry I have not been around to support you and your family during Bob's illness. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Bob was a good friend and he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
my thoughts and prayers are with karen and rob's family during this difficult time. Rob's sense of humor was just hilarious and he was such an uplifting person. I am so glad to have met Rob, he will definitely be missed.
He was a customer at Newsbreak in Swansea when I worked there, and he was just the kindest, most gentle gentleman I have ever met. There is a tie that death cannot sever, because love and remembrance last forever.
To the family of Bob, I am so very sorry to hear of his passing. He was a fine story teller. He helped me with my husband several times during our visit to ouf family nearby. God bless you and yours. Joan Chadsey
Dear Karen & Family, I'm so sorry to hear about Bob's passing. I'll always remember him for his warmth, his incredible "likability" and his devotion to his family. Please take care at this difficult time. Maribeth Garlick (Allison's mom).
To The McKenna Family,
It was my pleasure to be just a small part of Bob's healthcare team. I will always think of him when enjoying a Lindt chocolate. May you find peace in all the wonderful memories and stories he left behind.
I am so very sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.
Karen and family,
I am so very sorry for your loss.
I will keep you all in my prayers.
It is hard to believe that you have passed away but your obituary makes it obvious that you wanted to be remembered just as the person I remember working with for several years...a hard-working, well-loved, fun-loving guy. I will miss those Valentine's Day cards that you were infamous for, I will miss those Eric Cartman quote- "Respect My Authority," those not-so-nice fat comments that I would yell at you for, your stories about your beloved family and the infamous Duke. I truly hope that you are up in Heaven looking down at us, still laughing, still flattering old ladies, still pushing sweets on others, still buying elementary school valentines for your friends, still being the good time I remember you to be. Hope to see you again one day...
Karen, Katie and Tim, We are so sorry for the loss of your husband and father. When we heard the news we were devestated. Although, we havent been in contact as neighbors in years. the loss is still significant. Jerry and I will never forget how Bob would just stop by to say hello" or take care of Jordan and Ali after my accident in 1999. I will never forget that as long as I live. And his constant positive attitude with a twist of humour will always be remembered. Love, The Gosetti's
We will miss you so much! I loved hearing his stories and impressions. My thoughts and prayer are with Karen, Katie, Tim and the rest of the family.
Bob was a dear friend to all, and kept everyone laughing each morning in the post office. I will never forget his awesome humor, his humanity, his freak bug collection, zest for life and his contagious smile/laughter. He will be missed.
As most people's lives may be described as a series of events, more often planned or mundane, Bob's was not the case. His could more adequately be described as a series of escapades, and those of us who were fortunate enough to share them with him had no idea of the adventures on which we were about to embark. His love of life reflected in his love for Karen and his family, his lightning fast wit, endless humor, and penchant for mischief will most likely never be equaled. You have given laughter, memories, and comfort, and I for one, will miss you, and will always feel blessed to have called you my friend.
Dear Karen and Family:
You have our deepest sympathy on the death of your husband (wonderful father BOB) I know how important he was to you and your family in your life and how important it was to care for him and give him support during these last few months must have brought great comfort to you and your family. Your relationship was quite special and while this makes the loss so very painful, I do believe that your closeness and warm memories will bring you comfort. Know that we are thinking of you and your family during this most difficult time. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family and will be praying for peace. Please let us know if we can do anything to help you during this most difficult time.
Love always, THE DROHAN FAMILY
To the family of Bob McKenna,
The Regan family will always fondly remember Bob as the mailman who brought a rose to our mother every single time he stopped at our house. May his kind soul be blessed forever!
So sorry to hear of Mr. McKenna's passing. You guys will be in my prayers.
Dear Karen,Tim and Family,
Bob will be sadly missed by all. He touched the lives of many, especially the kids with his wit and unforgettable personality.With deepest sympathy, we wish you peace.Our prayers are with you.
Joanne, Jill, Janelle, Joshua and Jon Lukin
KATIE AND FAMILY, I'M SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS
HOLD ON TO THE MEMORIES, HE WAS A FUNNY GUY........
Dear McKenna Family, Bob will be missed by all. He was very special man and we will remember his jokes, laughter and good humor.
I have known this man for over 25 years. I would play with his niece and nephew when they visited their grandmother around the corner from my house in Seekonk. Bob would visit all the time. He was also one of the coaches on my baseball team the year we won the championship. He visited me in the hospital when I was injured from being hit by a car. Always being cheerful and funny. Whether it was throwing snowballs at us or helping us out of jams Bob would be there if you needed him. Parents and kids loved him. Was truly a decent, honest man. He will be missed dearly. Thank you Bob for everything.
I did not know Bob, but after reading his obituary, I felt like I have lost an old friend. My heartfelt condolances to the McKenna family at this time. May you find peace.
A great brother and brother-in-law, husband, father, mentor, civicly involved, prolific talker racontuer, always made a point with conviction and stood by it. He loved life, loved people and shared his likes with you and enjoyed your interests too. Is missed and will be missed, forever. Love
Bob Mckenna was one of the best mailmen around. He used to pick flowers from yards and pass them around. He delivered to us for years. He was one of the nicest and funniest guys I ever met. Then 2 years ago I had the pleasure of becoming his neighbor in Seekonk. He continued with his teasing and humor. He will be missed. Mrs. McKenna, Katie and Tim I am truly sorry for your loss.
Bob was one who lived fully and authentically. It is often said that so and so lived fully but in Bob's case it is so true.
He was a dear friend who has taught me much about appreciating the important things in life. I never met another person who appreciated his blessings (family, friends) so enthusiastically.
He will be missed greatly by many.
It was an honor to know you and considered to be family by you!! I remember when I first met you and Adam introduced you as his brother, I just thought you had different fathers. It wasn't until after that Adam clarified the "big brother" part. But to him you were his brother, his father, a mentor, and one of the best friends he had. I thank you for all that you did for him to make him the special person he is today, and for us as a family now. You will be greatly missed by all who had the priveledge of meeting you, even though you would probably say that the priveledge was yours. And that just sums it up right there! The Murphy Family loves you, Bob and we will hold your memory in our hearts forever!!
As always Bob has the last laugh. That has to be one of the best obituaries I have ever read. Made me laugh and cry at the same time. I will miss you.
Bob was our mailman for many years. My mom was elderly and home much of the time and the two of them had a lovely little friendship. He would ring the bell to hand her the mail, and she would feed him watermelon slices on hot days. When she passed two years ago, he was there in line to pay his respects. I am so sad to say goodbye to this truly special man who made the world a little better place.
My deepest condolences on Bob's passing. He was a great man, who will be missed by all. I can remember as a kid he was the coolest mailman going. Snowball fights with my brother and I off Newport Ave., in the Darlington area of Pawtucket. My thoughs and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. He will be fondly remembered
Mrs. McKenna, Katie & Tim,
Mr. McKenna was a one of a kind. No one can compare to him. I will always remember his warm smile and funny stories (even if he told them over and over again). My heart goes out to you during your time of sorrow. Your family will be in thoughts and prayers.
Bob defined the word Friend to me. He set a standard that guides me on politics, fishing, and compassion for people, sense of humor, honor, loyal friendship and most of all, being a devoted Family Man. I am sure he's with God and they are both out chasing False Albacore casting clousers. No doubt that Bob is providing the Almighty with tips on his backcast too. Bob ~ what can I say ~ I WILL miss you every day. ~ Gary