Robert Aiello

Hamburg, New York

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Aiello Family-Camp Oneida-August,2005

I will always remember Uncle Rob as the quiet, yet comically uncle. The great thing about him, that I will never forget, was that he didn't have to say a thing, his face and slight grin would say it all. Spending many a night sleeping over, Uncle Rob sitting on the couch watching TV was always a welcome sight. He loved his family so much and when his grandchildren came into his life, he took on a whole new persona, grandpa!! He will always be in my heart and will be missed by us all. We...

Dear Diane, Justin, Greg & Steph,

We have so many shared memories with Rob. After all, he gave his only daughter to our son, in marriage, which united both our families--thankfully. We enjoyed our times together, sharing our children & grandchildren. We will miss him dearly but hold all those memories close. Cherish your memories but hold unto what he has left behind because all that will sustain you during these difficult times. I always remember what my mom used to...

Diane -

One of my favorite sayings is this:
" Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down to let us know they are happy".

I know I find comfort in this of the ones I have lost and hope you will too.

Diane, Justin, Greg, Stephanie, and families,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

Even though we're miles away, our fondest memories have not strayed...the backyard cookouts with Tony's sausage, getting soaked at Darien Lake, and reminiscing about growing up on the westside...Rob always enjoyed talking about the good old days.

It's comforting to know that we have not let the distance be a factor in our friendship. We will...

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Diane and Family,
Please know that I give you and your family my deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
God Bless.

Dear Mrs. A.,

Words cannot express my sympathy for you, Steph, Greg, Justin and families, but I hope this note brings a smile.

My fondest memories of Mr. A. (aka Jerry) were certainly at St. Bonaventure. Remember family weekend senior year at the Blue Porch? We were far from Martha Stewarts when we tried to entertain all the families for lunch! (Boy have we come a long way!)

I never quite knew what Mr. A. was thinking, but the look on his face during those...

Diane, Justin, Greg, Steph,Mr.& Mrs. Aiello, Debbie and Barb, Our hearts go out to all of you but our memories will keep Rob close in our thoughts. We were so glad Diane, that you both came to see us in Florida this February. We had alot of laughs especially with Robbies famous humor. He will be forever missed and remembered.


Robert's Obituary

Robert Aiello passed away in Hamburg, New York. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by Kaczor Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on November 30, 2006.