Robert Herman KOSHEFSKY

Brooksville, Florida

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I don't know where to begin...from the time we were little and into our adult years....Uncle Rob's smile, laughter and warmth is what I will always remember....When I think of Uncle Rob, I think of Grandma and Grandpa....from Grandma's home made apple pies, the relative visits and just everything beautiful and special. I know that he is in heaven and I can still see his smile. God bless, I miss you, Uncle Rob

To My cousin and family. I am sorry for your loss.
I read Samantha's send off. It was great.
To me knowing Uncle Rob was an even further conviction that your word was your bond and the name Koshefsky was to be carried proudly.
He will always be lovingly remembered by me. He will also be remembered by me because he was the first person to get me with the old pull my finger trick :)
The memory I have of him is him sitting by the fireplace with his feet up with the whitest...

There are so few GREAT men in this world, ones that know how to be strong, yet love, can be firm in their convictions, yet know not everything is black and white, cry when needed and yet have a wicked sense of humor. Hold out his arms for hug and know how to receive one too. Knows how to forgive even at times when you wonder how you can. Knows how to share whatever he has because material things of are no consequence in the long run. Can live a life of faith that never wavers!! This and so...

That wonderful smile and sense of humor will never be forgotten. My dad just lost his best friend. There are so many fond memories...Love and miss you Uncle Rob, with loving thoughts and prayers to the family.

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Colleen, whenever I think of Uncle Rob, I immediately see his broad, bright smile and hear his fun, infectious laugh! We will all miss him. Love and prayers to you and your family.

So sorry for the loss of your dear father. I have many fond memories of him and he will be missed.

Bob was always larger than life, a tremendous man with a terrific sense of humor, loving father and husband. He will be missed. You are all in my prayers. Heaven has an incredible angel headed its way.

Oh Colleen, I am SO sorry. Uncle Rob has always, and will always, have a special place in my heart. Thoughts and prayers to you all your family.
Love you.


Robert's Obituaries

KOSHEFSKY, Robert Herman 82, passed away peacefully at home with his loving family by his side on Sept. 11, 2013. Robby (Bob) was born Dec. 11, 1930 to Henry and Gertrude Koshefsky in Connecticut. He served in the U.S. Army, 82nd Airborne as a medical technician. After completing his military...

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