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Robert J. Apprich II

Georgetown, Massachusetts

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Beth,
Ian and I send our deepest love and sympathy to you. You have always been a great friend and though we only met Bob once I felt a friendship with him too. Please know that you are in our prayers and rest assured that Bob is in a better place.

xoxox

Bob and Marlene I just found out tonight about Bobby. My deepest sympathy. I am so sorry I missed the service. I would have been there had I known. If there is anything you need please let me know. Love to you all.

Our deepest sympathy and thoughts are with you,I just found out this afternoon and I am so sorry for your loss. Pleae Let me know if there is anything I can do for you or Travis.
Your neighbors Dawn and Mark Viens

Bob, I didn't know you long, but I enjoyed talking and joking with you. I can't remember a time that you weren't smiling.
My deepest sympathy to the family. Bob will be missed by many.

My Bobby Boy, I'm going to miss you so much you have been in my life for as long as I can remember. I have the fondest memories of you and my dad on the weekends when Ryan and I used to come to the house and up to the camp. I wish I could be home, but your in my thoughts. To Beth and Travis I love you, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Our deepest sympathy, Beth, to you, Travis and your and Bob's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

I wish to extend my deepest and most heartfelt condolences to the Apprich family for this untimely and tragic loss. While I have very fond memories of my “best friend” in high school, my heart aches when considering the emptiness now left in those who were fortunate enough to have been close to Bob more recently. You are in my prayers.

Our deepest sympathy.

Tom, Pam & Polly

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MY LOVE AND PRAYERS TO YOU AND TRAVIS .

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DANVILLE -- Robert J. Apprich II, 48, died Feb. 22, 2009, at Exeter Hospital in Exeter.

He was born in Bangor, Maine, June 1, 1960, to Robert J. and Marlen F. Apprich. He graduated from Georgetown (Mass.) High School and was employed as a machinist by Tru-Form Industry in Rowley,...

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