Robert M. Dwyer

Newark, New Jersey


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Robert M. Dwyer passed away on March 19, 2011, after a gallantly fought battle with pancreatic cancer, with his loved ones gathered by his side. He will always be remembered and deeply missed. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a memorial service to celebrate his life on Saturday, April...

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So sorry to hear about Bob. I grew up as a close friend of 'Rachel'. (Would love to reconnect if anyone has her email)
My deepest sympathies to his family..

Bob and I were good friends and chemistry majors in college. He was a bright, friendly, and caring man. I do miss him. My profound sympathies to his wife and sons. N. Zama,MD,PhD, Poconos,Pa.

I met Bob when I was Director of Biostatistics and Research Information Systems at Berlex Laboratories in Cedar Knolls. I remember him as one of the brightest scientists I knew, a dedicated hard worker, creative thinker and a truly nice person. He contributed much to his profession and to the development of drugs which benefit the medical well being of many. His passing is indeed a great loss, and I extend sincere sympathy to his family and friends.

I am sorry I never got to meet Mr. Dwyer. Mark has been a good friend to me for many years now and I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies to your whole family.

I first met Bob and Lorene in September of 2003 when I was contacted about caring for their beloved pets. It was clear to see his love for their Borzoi in the way he spoke about, and looked at them. I always considered it a privilege and a pleasure to be given the gift of caring for the animals he respected.

Bob was a quiet man, but not without stories to tell. I am sure when around those who shared his interests he could ignite a conversation without much effort at all. His...

Bob will be sorely missed by those who were truly blessed to have known him. Our sympathies to Lorene and Bob's sons.

Keith and Gayle MacFarland

Deepest sympathy on Bob's death, to Lorene and the rest of the family! What a wonderful tribute to Bob! He was such an accomplished man!