Robert-Cricenti-Obituary

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Robert J. Cricenti

New London, New Hampshire

Aug 26, 1946 – Sep 27, 2020 (Age 74)

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BORN
August 26, 1946
DIED
September 27, 2020
AGE
74
LOCATION
New London, New Hampshire

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Chadwick Funeral and Cremation Service - New London Obituary

 Sunday, September 27, 2020, Robert Joseph Cricenti, 74, unexpectedly passed at his home in Blacksburg, Va. Known to many as Bobby, he was a loving Datok to his grandchildren and Uncle Bob to countless friends and students whom he regarded as family. Bob was born and raised in New London, NH, the...

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I am sorry to hear of Bobby's passing he will be missed. My sympathy to Rita, Johanna and Soraya.

Those of us at the cousins table at family gatherings, weren't ready for another empty spot there yet. Bobby will be missed.

I have such happy memories of Bobby. The last time I saw you and Bob, Rita, was on Little Sunapee Lake. I was in my kayak and you were in a canoe. That grocery store will always be Cricenti’s to me. Hugs to you all, Rita, Johanna, and Soraya.

Bob left a lasting impression on us all! Seeing his smile as we entered Cricenti’s Market told us that we were in for a shopping treat! And to this day, the store rings the Cricenti’s bell! The loss of Bob to the New London community is heartfelt! And our love and sympathy are with you, Rita, and the girls.

Beautiful eulogy and a beautiful life

Bobby, you will be missed by us all. I know I wasn't as close to you as some Brothers are, but I really enjoyed the time we did spend together at Family Gatherings and Holidays throughout the Years. There are some Great Memories! You did Great in your Life in all aspects, Business, Family and Overall Enjoyment of Life! You were there when I needed you, and I greatly appreciate it. You are gone way too soon. We will all still have all those Great Memories of you! Love, Philip

Bob stood out in my Williams class of '68 as one of the friendliest and fun people I was privileged to know. He always picked up the mood of any gathering and never seemed to be promoting himself, except as a reliable friend and fellow student. I was very sorry to have missed him at our 50th reunion in 2018 and even more saddened to hear of his unexpected passing. May he rest in peace.

Was so sad to hear of Bobby’s passing. He did so much for so many. I had the privilege of working for both Bob and his dad Frank at Cricentis Market. It was one of the friendliest places I have ever worked. He will be missed by many.

Sincere condolences from the Folsom family