I miss you every day Dad.
To Marilyn and family. We are very sorry for your loss. Bob was kind man, who cherished his wife and children. We always enjoyed your annual visits to Buffalo, you will be greatly missed. Love Helen, Bob and family.
To my Aunt Marilyn and cousins: Patricia, Colleen, Karen, Maureen and Daniel. Uncle Bob was a wonderful kind man. It is so very hard to lose a loved one, a husband, a father, and the pain carries on. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. I pray the love for the lost is forever carried in your memory.
We are so sorry. Bob was the heart of our MHR alumni here in syracuse even though he was in Texas. He kept us posted.Our sympathy to Marilyn, his children, brothers and sister.
Jim--we are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers. With Love, Jon Bartley & Maureen O'Connor
"Clancy" was my first supervisor at AA res in Buffalo- i will always remember him for his dry sense of humor- he could be so funny and keep a straight face- he was always friendly and helpful and was a wonderful person to know- my thoughts and prayers to his family- emlyn allison
Jim and Family
So sorry for your loss.-Chuck Fahey
Pops, thank you for showing me and everyone you have met what it means to be a father, loving husband and great friend. I will always aspire to live up to your example. We All Love You, Pops!
Dad, You were my friend, my teacher, as well as my dad. I miss you terribly! I know you are in a better place no more suffering. You played a huge part in my successes in life. I love You more than words can say. I know You will be here with me always. That brings me some comfort! Soar with the angels!!! Love to You
It is many years since we worked together at American Airlines Reservations in Buffalo. You were a pleasure to work with and for and I offer my deepest sympathy to all of your family.
I worked with Bill & Marilyn at AA back in the early 60's - a great man!!!
I have fond memories of Bob in the Buffalo office. We hated to see him go when he went to the Honolulu office, but will always remember the coconut head he gave us as a wedding present. Too young to go, but RIP Bob
Karen and family, I'm so sorry for the loss of your father. I pray he is resting in the arms of the angels, Peace
I remember you as just a wonderful guy I worked with in Buffalo, who married my room mate! You and Marilyn and your family are all in my prayers.
Lois Cupples Sproule
Bob was my boss for AA in Buffalo over 40 years go. Always a gentleman and a scholar. Saw him frequently when he moved to the DFW area. He will be missed.
We are Bob and Marilyn's next door neighbors. I'll always remember him for his help and advice on repairs to home, car and sprinkler system, and also for his support of Syracuse Univ athletics. ESPECIALLY, the NCAA basketball tournament in which Vermont upset the Orangemen. Bob, we'll miss you. Marcia and Bill Hanson
Thank You Sir for your service to your country. Now you have joined the ranks of the honored that have gone before, you will never be forgotten
Good night sweet prince and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest. Words don't describe the loss or the love my precious dad.
Bob lived behind us on Wolcott Ave when I was growing up. I remember him as a nice person to this neighborhood kid and fellow MHR grad. As a kid I walked with Eddie, his brother, down to the House of Providence a few times where I caught the bus to camp and Bob thanked me. So sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers and condolences to his family.
our deepest sympathy on your loss of your
father. He was our close friend for many
years. Barb and Jim. We will remember you
in our thoughts and prayers.
Barb and Jim Wiedemer, Buffalo NY