“I would like to extend my heartful sorrow on the passing of Bob and I sincerely pray for the family's peace during this period of mourning.
“I would like to extend my sympathy to Karen and her family. I will always remember Bob as a very special person: a bright and witty man always with a smile on his face and a lot of fun.
“ We are so grateful to have had the pleasure of knowing and enjoying the company, of such a great person through the years. He has given so many of us Great memories!
Prayers for the family.
“I am sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I can recall many good times in the past working and socializing with Bob.
Sincerely, Kevin Riley
“Rest in peace, Uncle Bob. I'll miss you
“Best godfather ever! You will be missed greatly.
“I enjoyed many times conversing with Uncle Bob, and those Pool table lessons even though free were priceless, even after his skills went just a bit south he always had the ability to make you beat yourself.
“The picture is exactly how I remembered Bob when I worked with him at the FDIC - he had an ever-present smile and a great sense of humor.
Sorry for your loss.
“I met Bob in 1985 when we both were assigned to San Juan. Shortly thereafter our careers took us in different directions. While in San Juan, I met a Bob that was bright, witty, afable and with kind words for everybody. Twenty five years later I ran into Bob again and he had remained the Bob I met many years earlier.
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VALINOTEROBERT A., 70, of Brigantine, affectionately known as " Uncle Bob", passed away on Thursday, February 7, 2013. Bob was born in Philadelphia PA. He earned 2 Masters Degrees, one in Bank-ing and the other in Economics. He was employed as a Bank Examiner for the Federal...Read More