Robert E. Dodge

Simsbury, Connecticut

1949 - 2015


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GOFFSTOWN - Robert E. "Bob" Dodge, 65, passed away peacefully at his home in Goffstown, on March 15, 2015, surrounded by his loving family, after a short battle with cancer. Born in Simsbury, Conn., on Dec. 14, 1949, he is predeceased by his parents, Eliot and Jeanette Dodge. He...

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Dear Bob,you will forever be in my heart each and every day and I will always love you. Let this candle burn as a symbol of our love and commitment we shared with each other. I miss you but will never forget the love and joy you brought to my life and our children.

He'll always be Bobby to me. We were classmates at South School. Even then he was a real gentleman. I'm very sorry to learn that he's gone.

I went to high school with Bob and remember him fondly as a true gentleman. My deepest sympathy for your great loss, and my sincere hope is that you will be comforted by your sweet memories of him.

So sorry to hear of Bobby's passing. I have fond childhood memories growing up with him. He will be missed.

Condolences for your loss. Being several years younger, I was "allowed" to participate with Bobby and Joe Magdalenski in hundreds of hours of hoop which remain a life highlight. Bobby and his dad were special members of our community. They are missed. TJ Donohue

So sorry to hear of the passing of my childhood friend Robert Dodge. We grew up together on West St in Simsbury and We spent
many hours together playing hockey and basketball at his house and mine. He was a great friend and will be surely missed. My deepest condolences.

I am so sorry to hear about Robert. Both his Dad and Mom were my teachers at Simsbury High School. May he rest in peace. Deepest sympathy. Mary Mitchell

Mary, From what you've shared, Bob was an amazing husband, father and friend. I'm sorry that you, Bryan and Alison have lost this beautiful man. His legacy and the memories that you both created will be right in your heart to give you comfort. My deepest sympathies for you and your family.

Marty and I both had the pleasure of working for Bob at Digital; to this day he is one of my favorite bosses. His wit and sense of humor and the stories he shared always made for a good day - whether he was talking about driving to hockey practices or lunches at Ciao's. Who could forget the outings we had as a team; especially our trips to the Red Sox games. And he never stopped talking about Alison and Bryan; he was so proud of both of them. We are both so sorry for your loss.