Armand and Judith-Bobrick-Obituary

Armand and Judith Bobrick

Corning, New York

1939 - 2018

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Armand and Judith Bobrick, ages 79 and 74, of Collins Road in Corning, NY passed away respectively on September 5, 2018 and September 6, 2018. They were married on April 24, 1965 in Corning, NY at St Vincent de Paul Church.Armand was born on January 15, 1939 in Charleroi, PA to Ferdinand and...

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Nancy & Linda:
I'm so sorry to see this. I hope you both are doing okay. Thinking of you. Jeanne

fond memories of Armand great guy

Nancy, Rich and Families,
I am so sorry for the loss o your brother, sister-in-law . I just saw Judi a couple of weeks ago shopping. It was always so nice to se the at the picnics at the Villages n Fla. Please know you all are in my thoughts & prayers at this sad time.
Sincerely,
Maxine Condon

Linda,
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your brother and sister-in-law. My prayer is for a peace and comforting as you and Nancy navigate your loss.

From Barb and Bill Greenfield, Anaheim CA

Perhaps it's too strong a word, but Barb and I are truly devastated over the passing of Armand followed by Judy of a broken heart. Yes, we know the good side - their deaths were mercifully fast and they are now together - but it was still so shocking to us. They were such a wonderful, loving, caring,happy, positive, glass-is-half-full, couple and so seemingly healthy. It makes no sense! Armand and I were really good friends since he moved...

To the Bobrick family:
I'm so saddened for the loss of both of your parents, my heart goes out to the entire family and friends. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time of grief. (Hosea 13:14) May the memories of those days gone by, sustains you and warm your hearts in the days and years ahead. My deepest condolences to all.

Linda, Nancy, Rich and family ,

Sorry to be reading about your brother and sister-in law passing. With our thoughts and prayers.

We are saddened by the loss of our friends, Armand and Judy. During our visit with them last summer, Armand got a kick out of shooting water at the squirrels who were stealing the bird seed. Judy was excited about having her kitchen remodeled. Such wonderful hosts. Very good memories. So glad we had the opportunity to share that time with them.

Our condolences go out to their sons and their families. May their broken hearts heal quickly.