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  • "Lots of love Bob - and say HI to Mum and Dad"
    - Mark Moodie
  • "I am so sorry for your loss Linda may Bob rest in peace. ..."
    - Donna Goetz
  • "Will miss Bob's stories and humor but maybe not his golf...."
    - tom goodale
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CREMIN--Robert H. On August 2, Bob's long journey through dementia came to an end. He leaves behind, his loving wife, Linda Cassin Cremin. He loved and was so proud of his children, Sam (Annette) Lisa (Bruce Harlan) Mallory (Rob Rutherford) Marian (Albert DeSilver) Loving G'pa to Sydney, Lindsey, Robert, Kate, Meg, Cassius and Noah. A funny and kind uncle and brother-in-law to the Cassin and Moodie clans. Born in New Rochelle and raised in Larchmont, NY. Pre-deceased by his parents, Victor and Marian Halstead Cremin and a sister, Kay Cremin Moodie. A proud member of Williams's class of 1951, the institution that Bob loved and where he made lifelong friends. No person ever worked harder and with more joy at keeping in touch with his rolodex of friends. A successful and fun filled career in advertising and sales. Bob retired early and enjoyed life to the fullest. A voracious reader, great singer, the best story teller, thoughtful photographer, overall good athlete, coach, sports fan and avid golfer. A longtime member of The Stanwich Club in Greenwich, CT. A heartfelt thank you to the staff in the Gardens and to Masonicare for their guidance and support. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to: Williams: Masonicare Memorial on Sunday, August 18 at noon, The Stanwich Club, Greenwich, CT.

Published in The New York Times on Aug. 11, 2013
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