Maureen- It's been a year since Bob's departure--I think I knew him since we were 4 and I miss him every day- Kick the can on Goldsmith would not be the same without him..Love You, A.C.Reichardt
I'm seeing this notice much later than everyone else, but I just wanted to add my condolences to you. I remember Bobby as a youngster, when we all would play "kick the can" or lots of other games in the street with the Kearns girls. I also fondly remember Bobby's mother with nice memories. Fun times.
To Maureen and Family-
I just learned of Bob's passing while reading the Point Loma High School Alumni newsletter this morning. I note that both of us were born at Mercy six months apart (Bob being the younger). We lived three blocks apart and went through K-12 together. Many childhood adventures were had as we went through cub and boy scouts together. He was always a great guy during the years I was in close touch with him and I see from the guest books entries that he remained so throughout his life. We were all fortunate to know him.
Maureen--- Bob was a fun guy as I knew him and really did smile all the time. We golfed several times and he was easy to be around and certainly had a great sense of humor and wit and loved to hold the politicos feet to the fire as I do. All the best to you.
Dear Maureen and family,
I am so very saddened by the news of Bob's passing. He always brought a smile to everyone's face, and will be missed greatly. I will always remember the Point Loma High School days at Quarters "D" when my dad was in command of the training center. Bob was one of our favorites. God Bless you.
To Robby, Charity an Lola. So saddened to learn you lost your dad, your great father-in-law. Lola I am so sorry your Boboo is gone. Love to you all. GG
To Bob's family and friends:
Bob was our insurance agent, but he was much more than that. He always gave us his personal attention, kind words, great service and was always so generous with his time and patience. We are all very saddened with the news of his passing and our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of great loss. Bob will be remembered always.
Julie Young and his friends at Lorber, Greenfield & Polito
The sudden and swift end to Bob's life was a kick in the stomach, particularly to a band of friends who knew him as far back as Little League, elementary through high school, and as he moved into his business. He leaves a special legacy, most often expressed in recent days, quite simply, as a "good man." I'm not sure there is a better way to be remembered by friends who loved his company, his sense of humor, his friendship, his good heart, and the way he balanced work and play. A wonderful life that was appreciated.
I'm so saddened to read of Bob's passing.I have such great memories of him as we worked together at the Mission Valley YMCA. He was always cool, calm, and collected and very generous with him time, talent and treasure. One of his treasures was you, Maureen. Edie and I enjoyed both of you so much. Bob made a difference in this world and I am a better person because of him. I hope we can connect soon.
Bill and Edie Davis
Dear Maureen and Family,
So sorry to hear about Bob.
Sincerely your Denver cousin
Martha Diss Sundby
I was Exec. Secretary of the IIA&B of San Diego during Bob's tenure as President. What a great guy he was. Always smiling, easy to be around and work with, and just so kind and thoughtful. I had a recent opportunity to speak on the phone with him from my State Farm agent's office (I believe it's "Lisa" who works there.) So nice to play catch-up with him.
My best to Maureen and family. We'll see him again one day.
To Maureen and the family, our sincerest condolences. Bob was our insurance agent for many years. We always enjoyed his stories and upbeat personality. We will miss him dearly. Jan, Jo and Cynthia and The Staff at San Diego Sports Medicine and Family Health Center.
Bob was truly an amazing man. His love of life was tremendous. He was so very knowledgeable in insurance. Maureen, my thoughts are with you. Many hugs.
Dear Maureen and family,
We all understand your loss. Bob will be missed terribly. He was a joy to work with. Bob was a gentleman, professional and caring soul. His smile and laugh I will never forget. Such a honor to spend all those years with Bob, his Dad Mr. Cheverton (Milt) and Uncle Bob. My heart goes out to all of you. Love, Sharon
It was a pleasure working with Bob (and listening to his many stories!). He was a good man.
To the family of Bob,
Our prayers and thoughts to you.
Tom Cresci and family
Dearest Maureen, Sometimes there are simply no words; however, today we hope and pray that the assurance that you and your family are in our fervent prayers will envelope you with peace and help you be a little less sad. Love and prayers, Jeanie & George
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dear Maureen and Family,
My heart goes out to you at this difficult time. The boys and I send prayers for comfort, strength and wonderful memories. With lots of love,
Dearest Maureen and all the Family;
Steve and I send you all our love and prayers as you say Goodbye to your sweet Bob. We will all miss him and will be comforted by all of the memories of the fun we had together. Peace to your family...Joan and Steve Miller and Family
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.