Robert-Tinney-Obituary

Robert Tinney

Albany, New York

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Tinney, Robert "Bob" OAK HILL, N.Y. Robert (Bob) Tinney died on July 19, 2007 at his home in Oak Hill of cancer. He was 67. Bob was the son of William and Gladys Tinney of Delmar, N.Y. and was born on April 12, 1940. He graduated from Bethlehem Central High School in 1958 then went on...

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Dear Ginny and family,
Please accept my belated condolences. I worked at the Comptroller's Office back in the 60's and 70's and wanted you to know that Bob was respected and valued for his dedication to his job. He certainly supported those of us in the program areas, making our lives easier every day. He also brightened our days with his good story telling. I was, indeed, saddened to hear of his passing but know that he touched so many worlds and made them better when he was amongst us.

Ginny and family,
Please accept our condolences. We remember Bob from PEF, particularly his vital role in Division 263. He was a great guy and will be missed.

We were very sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I always enjoyed going to his garage sales in West Berne. (Always had some good records for me.) Even though we haven't seen Bob in a few years we were thinking about him and Ginny.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tinney family at this time.
Dennis and Mary White

Donna, Heidi & Heather, I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I met your dad/grandfather briefly a few times. I could tell that he was a great person. If there's anything I can do, call me.

Betty, and Bob's immediate family - condolances on your great loss! I have known Bob & Betty since moving to Delmar in 5th grade. He was always a gentleman and an unselfish brother, and I'm very confident a fine husband and father. My deepest sympathy! regards, Parker Sharron

I first met Bob 39 years ago when I started my State career as an analyst with the State Employees Retirement Systems. I was instantly impressed by Bob's knowledge, intelligence and problem solving abilities. We soon developed a friendship that has lasted right up until his recent passing.

We were very good friends and so often I found Bob generous sharing his knowledge, time and even his possessions.


Bob always loved a good story---both hearing them and...

Dearest Heidi Heather and Donna,
I'm so sorry for your loss although I didnt know Bob personally I my heart goes out to you and your family, Heidi I think of you often and wonder how you are doing,take care
Love
Marilyn