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ROBERT WILSON

Hamilton Square, New Jersey

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Insig_pd.jpgInsig_ar.jpgLt. Robert A. Wilson HAMILTON Lt. Robert A. Wilson, 66, of Hamilton passed away suddenly on Friday, July 24, 2015, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, NJ. Born in Long Branch, NJ, Robert was an honorably discharged US Army veteran, having served in the...

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Shirley and family, I was so sorry to hear about Bob's passing. I remember him as a young trooper and soon to be a "shooting star". I also remember your feelings for him during the time that you worked in the Criminal Investigation Bureau. His loss has no doubt been a severe blow to you and your family. My prayers are with you and your family. Bob, my brother, rest in peace.

To the Wilson family , I am truly sorry for your loss . Coach Bob was a great coach and more importantly a great man . He was always so kind and brought out the best in everyone . He will be missed . My prayers go out to him and his family . Chande loved and smiled everytime she seen him , even on he off days he made her smile .

So sorry to hear of the Wilson family loss. You have our deepest sympathy.

Dear Shirley and Family,
My deepest sympathy to you Shirley and your family. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dear Shirley, Jennifer, Amanda and family,
We send our deepest sympathy to you all. Bob was a wonderful man who gave his time and expertise to many. Being with him while he coached the Hamilton Hurricanes and watching the girls grow and become great softball players was a time we will always cherish. Never forget all our trips and dinners at Applebee's all over the states we played. Bob will be missed but his memory will always be present. Love to you.

Dear Shirley, Jennifer, Amanda and family,
We send our deepest sympathy to you all. Bob was a wonderful man who gave his time and expertise to many. Being with him while he coached the Hamilton Hurricanes and watching the girls grow and become great softball players was a time we will always cherish. Never forget all our trips and dinners at Applebee's all over the states we played. Bob will be missed but his memory will always be present. Love to you.

I am so very sorry for your loss. Mr. Wilson was such a strong, but sweet and gentle man. I will always remember with fondness my years playing softball for him, and I carry with me to this day many of the life lessons he taught me. My thoughts are with your entire family.

Shirley and family,
Tracy and I are so sorry for your loss. Your entire family is in our prayers. Bob was a true gentleman and I learned a lot from him during our time working together at NJSP. Thank you for sharing Bob with us as a dedicated public servant for many, many years and for his service in the defense of our liberty. May God Bless Bob and your family at this difficult time.

Dear Shirley and Family, Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Beloved Husband and Father. We will be praying for all of you during this difficult time. Love from the Ludwig Family(Your Neighbors)