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September 29, 2011
Bob Cassilly was a parent at my elementary school. He was a wonderful person, a great contributor to the society, and will be sorely missed.

I remember when I was about 5 and we went to the City Museum only to find it was closed. Bob was nearby and saw us walking back, disheartened...and opened up the City Museum for me and my two brothers. It was literally the greatest day of my life.
September 29, 2011
Gail and family please accept our deepest sympathy. We lost someone who saw saw things a lot different from everyone else and said why not and went about building them for all of us to enjoy. I had the pleasure of meeting your family and becoming friends many years ago while working at Joseph Drugs in Lafayette Square. I am sure Bob in in heaven right now and saying just let me tweak in up a little bit....look out heaven changes are in stored for you.
September 29, 2011
What a beautiful way to touch so many lifes, and what a very sad day for such a great loss! Always to be part of this city, Bob's legacy lives on, in the countless children (and children at heart) who love turtle park, who marvel at the City Museum, every glorious purple and black knee - his special mark, and all the other special touches over town. My condolences to all who loved and shared life with him!
September 29, 2011
To all the wonderful family, friends and crew of Bob Cassilly: Words cannot express enough how I feel for you, and my sincerest condolences go out to you. We lost our mentor and our inspiration; an artistic genius with a big heart. Bob took me in almost 6 years ago, and I have been so honored and grateful to be a part of the incredible and magical one-of-a-kind world of City Museum. My thoughts and prayers are always with you, and Bob's memory will remain in my heart and mind forever.

And to Bob: Your staff will carry on your legacy, and we will never forget you. We weren't the same people we are now today when we first stepped foot into your amazing world, and it will never be the same without you. Thank you for everything you taught us, everything you did for us, everything you left behind for everyone to enjoy.

We miss you and love you, Bob.

-Angela Golaszewski
City Museum Office Administrator
September 29, 2011
I brought my two sons, ages 7 and 10, to City Museum on Friday, Septmeber 23. We came from Michigan to allow them to experience Mr. Cassilly's wonderland. My boys were in AWE the entire time we were there and expressed that their visit to the museum was one of the best days of their entire lives. Thank you, Bob Cassilly, for creating such a wonderous place. My most sincere condolences to those who knew and loved you. Your spirit shines in your creations and will live on in in each child, and adult, who gets to experience them. Our memories of City Museum will last forever.
September 28, 2011
never did I know anyone with such glorious imaginative ideas and the ability to just leap into their construction - no hesitation, just pure creativity; the City Museum was THE place everyone in the family looked forward to going.
September 28, 2011
To the family of Bob our deepest thoughts and prayers go out to you and yours . and to Bob thanks for creating a place that families will enjoy for years to come .I am very saddened to hear of his death.
September 28, 2011
The one item I will always remember is the giant praying mantis. Bob's touches are all over our great city. He will be missed so much but always remembered. Jan Wilson
September 28, 2011
I will miss the sparkle in your eyes, and your secretive smile. Your love of life, love of art and love of love. Thank you for sharing your visions and especially for bringing them to life, Bob. Many condolences to your family and friends.
September 28, 2011
Bob could look at the world and see fun things that weren't there yet. Then he would make them happen...
From a former Lafayette Square neighbor

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