Robert-Carrigan-Obituary

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Robert Joseph Carrigan

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Aug 5, 1961 – Nov 3, 2015

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BORN
August 5, 1961
DIED
November 3, 2015
LOCATION
Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Chapel of Memories Obituary

Bob was born to Ed and Rosemary Carrigan in Aug 5, 1961 in Colorado Springs, CO. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Helen Elizabeth, who died at birth. Bob's remaining brothers and sisters are: Edward Michael Carrigan of Colorado Springs, Ritamarie Smith of Lakewood, CO,...

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Bob you will be in my thoughts and heart forever. You became my first male best friend back in Holmes Jr. High. I am glad we were able to connect and talked about our friendship back in 2006. I will always love you and will see you again some day my friend.

We all miss you, "Bobby Bouchez". I hope you are in better place. The Westside just isn't the same without you. You had it all Rob, good looks, quick wit, superior intelligence, and a hearty laugh to accompany your very evolved sense of humor. Most importantly, you had what most men only dream of. A beautiful women who rivaled your intellect, and quick wit, who loved you wholly and fully, and still does. You didn't deserve to die like that Rob. Rest in peace, my friend. You will...

Robert I only knew you for a short time.But the time we spent together was a blast.The memory's you left Im bedded in me will last forever.Thankyou For taking the time to get to know me.You will be missed deeply.Rest in peace my friend.

I am so sad for your family, Bob. They're left aching for the rest of their lives. We will never forget you.

Robbie, you were my Best Friend and I miss you Everyday. I Love you now and Forever my handsome man.

I was shocked to here of Bob's death. My thoughts go back to elementary school together. He will be greatly missed.
Daniel Johnson

I remember Bob and his dog driving to the park in his truck.
They both looked so happy together.

Bob I didn't know you well. I remember you taking your dog to the park
in your truck. You two always looked so happy! Rest in Peace
Sincerely,
Diana Cano

Rest in peace, Uncle Bob.