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Robert “Bob” Schmidt Ballston Spa - Robert “Bob” Schmidt, 76 of Ledyard, CT passed away Saturday, October 27, 2012 at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital. Born in Ballston Spa New York, he was the son of the late Carl and Eva (Anibal) Schmidt. He was a graduate of Hudson Valley Technical College in Troy, NY. Bob married Patricia Simone of Chatham, MA on December 27, 1959 at St. Helen's Church in Schenectady, NY and they were married for 52 years. Bob was a Radiological Control Operations Senior Supervisor for Electric Boat. He was responsible for the implementation of radiation and contamination controls to safely ensure the completion of various nuclear projects. Bob worked on nuclear power plants, submarines and various sites during his 40 year career. He will be remembered for his great ability to listen and his dry sense of humor. Bob was a man of his own mind. He was a true lover of the great outdoors and an avid gardener. Bob was a lifetime member of the Groton Sportsmen Club where he was on the Clubs Skeet Shooting Team. Bob had a great love for his family and will be deeply missed. Besides his wife, he leaves his son, Peter Schmidt of Ledyard, CT daughter, Penny Boomer and her husband, Norman of Chaplin, CT and son Paul Schmidt and his wife Elaine of Norwood, PA. Five Grandchildren, Amy, John, Justin, Payton and Penn. Brother-in-law, Kenneth Robbins of Galway, NY and a sister-in-law, Ruth Schmidt of Rye, NH and eight nieces and seven nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers, Oscar, Carl and Donald Schmidt and a sister, Helen Robbins. Friends are invited to visit the family Thursday, November 1st from 10:30 – 11:00 am immediately followed by a service at 11:00 am at the Mystic Funeral Home Route 1 Mystic. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to , 238 West Town Street, Norwich, CT 06360-2111. The family invites you to visit www.mysticfuneralhome.com to leave an online expression of sympathy.

Published in The Saratogian on Oct. 30, 2012
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