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May 25, 2019

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March 10, 2018
Very sorry to hear of the passing of Dan. Dan was assigned to the AIU car on my shift in the mid 60's. We always found him to be very professional, helpful, and a really good person. My sincere sympathy on your loss. Rest In Peace.
Bill Leonard, Avon, Oh.
March 10, 2018
I was so sorry to hear of Danny's passing. He was truly a gentleman. Always happy. May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
March 9, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the family of Dan Bobby. Treasure your special memories with Dan. Look to our loving God for the strength you need to cope with your loss. Jeremiah 29 : 11
March 9, 2018
Uncle Dan seemed to always be smiling, thank you for reminding me. Uncle Dan also showed a true interest in all of us kids growing up. I remember talking with him, over the many years, about everything a growing kid had in his head. Uncle Dan listened, joked, asked questions. He was always genuinely interested in what I had to say; but it was only after several years of growing up did I learn, and appreciate, his often very subtle advice as well. Advice about being responsible in life, as well as appreciating all that was around us. OK, question: Raise your hand if Uncle Dan gave you one of his annual, limited number of, get-out-of-a ticket-from-another cop, business cards. Who would have thunk such a thing existed? It was the coolest thing to have in your wallet, just to show off! Uncle Dan's passing, in a way, puts a final end to all those delightful memories of the Bobby gatherings at Grandma Bobby's house on W 58th St. Nine Bobby siblings! All those Uncles and Aunts, and us cousins too. So many special times, within such a loving, and giving, and religious, and grounded, and sharing family group. Us cousins, looking back, can see that we had it all growing up - we had it all because Uncle Dan and our Bobby family, were always there to help us be happy. It is easy for me to say Uncle Dan was a great man; because he was.
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