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Robert S. Molaro

Chicago, Illinois

1950 - 2020

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ROBERT S. MOLARO, 69, died peacefully at his home surrounded by his wife & children on June 15, 2020. Bob was born in Chicago on June 29, 1950 to the late Angelina (nee Spizzirri) & the late Samuel Molaro. A lifelong Chicago resident, Bob graduated from St. Ignatius College Prep in 1968,...

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I have had the pleasure of knowing Bob for the past 25 years. He was a man of integrity and character. Always happy and filled with joy. He never hesitated to help someone who needed help. You will be greatly missed my friend. My thoughts and prayers for the Family he left behind.

I worked as Bobs legislative secretary when he was a Representative. He was a great man that will be greatly missed. Prayers to his family

Mrs Molaro - Sam,
We are extremely sorry to hear about Bob's passing - He was a true gentleman who really cared about politics - Working to get him elected was our pleasure - Remembering a time we went to Springfield and saw him in State Capital and he still remembers us

May he rest in Pease

Mr. Molaro, along with his amazing wife, was always a gracious and kind man who treated me like a son and who raised a wonderful family to treat me like I was part of their tribe. They never tired of me, they never dismissed me and made me feel out of place even though I was at their house for days on end (I lived on north side and they were southsiders). He was a kind soul who got me into watching the Sopranos and Curb, always had a smile and wink for me when things weren't going great, and...

BOB WAS A FUN, SMART AND KIND PERSON WHO WAS ALWAYS WILLING TO BE HELPFUL WHENEVER I HAD QUESTIONS, I WILL MISS RUNNING INTO HIM FOR OUR SHORT BUT INTERESTING CHATS! MY BEST TO HIS FAMILY DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME

Molaro Family, May your faith comfort you at this difficult time. Bobby and I attended St. Maurice school together. We played Catholic youth organization baseball CYO and Hoyne Playground Little League for the state championship in 1962. Were wishing you pleasant dear memories of Bobby, whenever he graces your mind. With our deepest sympathy for the loss of one so loved. May he rest in the Lords love.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Our sympathies go out to the entire Molaro family. Bob and I played Little League baseball at Bermele Park, went to law school together and shared an interest in local politics. Was shocked by his passing as my son and I spoke with Bob just a few month's ago while having dinner at the same restaurant.

So sorry to hear of his passing. I knew him from the Racetrack Industry. He always had a smile on his face.
Mary Ellen Duffy
IBEW 134(retired business agent for the tellers)