Dearest cousin and beloved friend Rest In Peace. Say hello to all, I’ll see everyone later. From playing at grandmas to both of us living close in Queens and just being teenagers together hanging out, playing hand ball and a ride in “A” car on occasion, we were together. When Bob came home on leave from boot camp, I enlisted. We spent some good times in Va., but Uncle Sam sent you to the Mediterranean, and me to California. That didn’t hinder our friendship, when we were civilians again we partnered up and sold & delivered Broyhill furniture. We both worked at Met food distribution until you went to CBS with cousin Lou. Crocker and I went to NYPD. Our families lived blocks away inRichmond Hill and we got together with our kids. Dottie was your soulmate for sure, it was very obvious. We didn’t see too much of each other except when you stayed with me when working at CBS and home to Dottie on weekends. The loss of both your bride and Robbie showed your faith I could hear it in his voice when we spoke. I’ll miss my great friend til we meet again. Love to Lisa and Chrissy for their love and devotion to our Bob .
This is so hard to believe looking at his picture very very sad. I don't know of anyone that would have been a more caring person than Bob was. I think this is where he wanted to be since he lost his lovely wife Dottie. My heart goes out to all he leaves behind. No suffering any more Bob, rest in peace. I will miss you. God Bless You