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It was so hard to see you the way you were the past couple of years. We remember you as Uncle Bobbby who helped me lead tubing trips with the kids on the Pemi,white water adventures..you in your prized river canoe and me in what you called my plastic coffin called a kyack.
I'm A pretty damn good skier, but I could never figure out how you could start at the top of any hill and get to the bottom at 60 mph without ever making a turn, I learned never to race you.

Chinese rummy was always on the agenda during the frequent visits to our home, I can never remember who won the week before cause it just didn't matter.
I hope that we can paddle, ski and play again where friends meet in an afterlife. when next we meet I expect you will ask me "And how are you this bright and lovely day",and I will answer as you expect,"bright and lovely"
Rest in peace...see you later


Fred Buckley
Apr 23, 2017
west Boylston, MA

Condolences to his first born daughter, Michelle.

Apr 22, 2017

There are no words to express our sadness that our fun-loving Uncle Bobby is no longer with us. He will always be in our thoughts and prayers and will never be forgotten, especially at Camp Wulamat and around the card table! <3

Mark, Sarah, Lexi, Tyler, and Izzy Nolan
Apr 22, 2017
Westford, MA United States

You where a great friend and neighbor Bob.Happy journey to your next life.

Robin Chapman
Apr 21, 2017
Barrington , NH

Rest In Peace Uncle Bob, we will miss you, I do have faith that one day we will all be reunited again. Sending a big hug up there to you from all of us. 💙Sherry

Sherry Landry-Heverly
Apr 21, 2017
Lafayette hill, PA USA

was our brother-in-law as Cindy was my sister (Don ). He was a great brother-in-law and an even better person. We would see him once a year during our trips to New England from Pennsylvania. During one of these visits many years ago where Cindy lived with my older sister (Pat ), Bob lived next door and did not know Cindy at that time , jumped into the lake across the street from where Cindy lived and pulled my youngest son out of the lake after he had fallen off of the pier as my son could not swim at the time. That led to Bob and my sister Cindy meeting for the first time, and they eventually got married. They were married for 39 years until Bob succumbed from effects of a stroke.He will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.

Don & Barbara Landry
Apr 21, 2017
Telford, PA USA

Rest In Peace dearest Bobby. You have been such an inspiration to us all not only over the past few years but for the many years we were blessed to have you in our family. I have so many fond memories of camp, playing cards and board games and your always beautiful flower and vegetable gardens. To say I will miss you is an understatement! Mostly I will miss that little smirk of yours that was always so heartwarming! My heart goes out to those you have left behind especially Cindy and Jenn and will keep them in my🙏🏻 for you.

Apr 21, 2017

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