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1927 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Robert L. Burke Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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December 5, 2017
Bob was a key member of the Digital Integrated Circuits Group at Lincoln Lab. He could find a way to solve any mechanical problem. Crusty on the surface, nice underneath, he was an original.
September 24, 2017
We are so sorry to hear of Bobs passing. He was one of the nicest persons we have ever met. We miss him & Carolyn along with Lance and Richie. I bet they are having quite a family reunion on the other side . Perhaps Loie & Gene are among the visitors. RIP Bob
April 20, 2017
To the family and friends of Mr. Robert L. Burke. I'm so very sorry for the loss of your loved one, but know that you can depend on God in times like these. I've found these verses to be of comfort at Psalms the 34th chapter the 8th and the 18th verse.
April 16, 2017
To Bob's family,

Bob drove to my late brother Ken's funeral services on Cape Cod on his motorcycle 10 years ago to pay his respects for they had been basketball teammates and he never forgot his old friends. Whenever I was in Lexington I always looked for him, working around his yard and a "quick" chat usually lasted a half-hour or more while we recalled "the good old days".