Robert A. Darcy

Portland, Oregon


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Darcy, Robert A. 67 July 30, 1946 Mar. 02, 2014 Robert "Bob" A. Darcy, son of Joe and Helen Darcy, passed away Sunday, March 2, 2014, at his home. Bob attended grade school in Scio and Monitor, and graduated from West Linn High School in 1964. Bob spent two years in the U.S. Army as an...

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My sister, Kathy, recently told me about Bob's passing and I was so sad. When I think about the drama of my teenage life, I always think of Bob's big bright smile. Like most of us, my adolescence was often difficult, but Bob's warmth and genuine kindness was a beacon. He never knew how much he meant to me and my sister - how happy we felt in his presence. I'm sorry that I missed the opportunity to connect with him as an adult to say thank you.
Thank you and bless you Bob Darcy!

Bobby was my dear friend for nearly 40 years. He mended broken hearts, brought laughter & joy, and went the extra mile for the people he loved. I'm so blessed to be among those he watched over so caringly.

Years ago the two of us drove to Shasta in my car when LaMachine wasn't running; we spent a great week on a houseboat there and had the best time. Recently we reminisced about it and Bob's laughter still rings in my ears. Thinking of him brings happy tears to my eyes. ...

Bob was truly one of a kind. He was kind, generous, fun-loving, caring and a very good friend. He was nice to everyone even in high school. He was the biggest flirt I have ever known and he just plain made people feel good. When I got divorced in 1972 and was devastated and at a low point who showed up on my doorstep to take away my blues. I will never forget the joy he brought into my life just be being in my life. I love you Bob Darcy.

Bob was a person who contained an inner light. He was kind and generous. Last time I saw him I was with my 87 year old mother at Mongolian Grill. We talked and kidded. When mom and I went up to pay, the hostess said "Oh, that man with the wonderful smile just paid for it". That was Bob, a kind generous man with a smile that could light up the world. He will live on forever in all our collective memories. The world is less bright with his passing. Blessings to all.

Bob always had a ready smile and a little mischief to go along with it. He was fun to be around and you could always count on him when you needed him. He will be missed. Paul Schaber

Bob was always a good friend and always will be until we meet again. I am so very sorry he is gone for now. I will miss his smiles, laughter and hugs.

Bob was a friendly person and made you laugh.....he will be missed.........may god keep you from all harm ........I will see you in heaven.Sandra nielsen

I took him water skiing one summer at Lake Billy Chinook out side of Culver OR. He always made you feel special. Sorry to hear he has past away. Love and prayers to his family.