Photo courtesy of Chambers Funeral Homes (West Park) - Cleveland


Nov 5, 1931 - Jan 25, 2014

Guest Book

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Words seem so empty when my heart is so full. Thank you, Uncle Bob for the profound impact you had on my life and on each and every life you touched.

You are not only loved, but cherished. Thank you for being a peacemaker and for standing up for what is right and honorable and good.

Our loss is heaven's gain and I look forward to the day when we can all be together again...what a day of rejoicing that will be!!

Love you forever, Beck, Daryl and family

Precious, golden, irreplaceable Uncle Bob:
You were one of the greatest gifts that God has bequeathed on our family. There are not enough words ( even for me ) to convey your value in the lives of each and every member of the Rini family.
The loss is immeasurable.
Our hearts go out to Aunt Carol, Mick , Jim, Paul, & Kevin , their spouses , & their children.
Thank you so very much for everything you gave us, just by being the incredible person you were.

My husband Jim and I went to John Marshall High School with Bob and we later knew him from May Co at Parmatown. His demeanor was always a gentleman with a calmness about him that was contagious and forever with a subtle sense of humor. You have all been Blessed to have this man in your life and he was always an example of a gentleman, even as a young teen he was comfortable in life and with himself. May his legacy remain forever in his famly.

Dear Uncle Bob,
Thank you for your service to our country while enlisted in the United States Air Force. We salute you, and all of our brave men and women of the Armed Forces.
"Day is done, gone the sun from the lake, from the hill, from the sky.
All is well, safely rest. God is nigh."
Rest in the sweet peace of God's love.
You will truly be missed.
Tom, Diane, Tyler, Melissa, Kaylin, Lindsay and Devan

"As the light goes dim and the world goes silent, let your eyes and body take some rest. Make sure to make it sweet and sound."

"So good night, sweet prince, may flights of angels sing thee to thy rest."

My mom, Betty, told many family stories while I was growing up. Many of them included fun times in high school when she was with her sister, my Aunt Dorothy, and Bill and Bob. My dad, Don (an Irishman), also has a special spot in his heart for the Rinis and fun they all shared--like singing Irish songs at family (Italian) wedding receptions. My own memories of times with Uncle Mike and Aunt Jeanne, and all of their family members, are special times to remember. I was happy for the...

A gentle man who will be missed. A bright spot in my life in just knowing him. God bless you, Carol and your family.

May your memories of the wonderful times that you shared with your loved one comfort your family.

Bob was a true gentleman. A kind and loving man.Our condolences to Carol and family.
May God bless you all.
Andy and Jan Mettler


ROBERT's Obituary

ROBERT A. RINI age 82, beloved husband of 55yrs to Carol L. (nee McDonagh), father of Robert "Mick" (Debbie), James (Sandy), Paul (Gina) and Kevin (Kimberly), grandfather of Beth Clyde (Tom), Renee, Jill, Alisha Binder (Brad), Megan Benedictis (Jeff), Jon Washington, Samantha, Adam,...

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