From Rafat Rob
Oct. 22, 2013
I find it very hard to stop visiting this site, it is hard to believe my best friend is gone, it has been many months since Bob's death, and I tried very hard to stop thinking about this but I canít, it is very painful not see or talk to Bob, we miss you Buddy and we love you
From Joan Bourdon (oldest sister)
July 17, 2013
Bob was a wonderful older brother either laughing at something that happened or studying in his room. I was devastated when he moved out to go to school in California. I eventually moved
there too and stayed for twenty years before moving to Reno, Nevada. It was great spending those years near my brother and Gloria! They are both very generous people! I will always miss you, Bob
From Tracy Trovato
May 12, 2013
Bob will forever hold a place in everyone's heart that knew him. While I wish there were more to comfort Gloria with her loss of Bob there is nothing that can take away her memories of the love of her life for the years they lived them together.
From Diane Dube
May 8, 2013
Sitting here in Tucson...Bob left this earth in February and here it is May and I keep thinking of Gloria's loss. Bob is OK, but Gloria suffering. In particular, I remember Gloria telling me about them ice skating at Banff and the trip to Italy. I was green with envy, not just of the trips but the loving relationship they had. "Go Rest High on That Mountain" (Vince Gill) comes to mind.
From Courtney Gawron
April 15, 2013
Uncle Bob. I know I didn't get to see you much since you were in California and I in New Jersey. But I never felt that you were far away. I loved that you and Aunt Gloria always made it a point to keep up with what was going on in our lives. That meant a lot to me. Every time you came to visit, we were so excited to hear all your stories of what your animals were up to and where you traveled. You were the best Uncle and Godfather a girl could ask for. There are too many great memories to write them all down, but if I had to pick one it would probably be the fact that you and Aunt Gloria would stand outside and watch us kids take turns jumping off a stump just to see us smile. You will truly be missed. I know that you will always be with us guiding us. I hope that you are enjoying heaven. I hope by the time we meet again you will be able to make me cream puffs. I love you forever.
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