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I knew Bob through common friends and played golf with him many times. I have some fond memories of our times together. He was a real good guy! RIP


Posted by: Denny Clark    Mar 21, 2021

My sincerest sympathies go out to you Mary, and your family. My heart breaks for you. The loss of such a good man, will be felt by many. I send my thoughts and prayers for you all.


Posted by: Pam Brunelle Jette - Classmate   Mar 05, 2021

Our family was so saddened to hear about Bob’s passing. Our condolences go out to his family. He was a genuine caring and compassionate person comforting all of us with the loss of our loved ones. We will miss him. Rest In Peace, Bob.


Posted by: Terry Williams - Acquaintance   Mar 02, 2021

Mary, I was so saddened to hear about Bob's passing. I know that he fought a hard battle. May it comfort you and your family to know that he is at peace now. He was such a kind soul with a great love for life. I will miss his laughter and smile. You and your family are in my prayers.


Posted by: Kathy White Cote - Classmate   Mar 01, 2021



My first memory of Bob was meeting him at Eno’s Market. I remember his smile and seeing him joking around with uncle Ed and teasing Aunt Janet while working together in their neighborhood store.

Bob was the friendliest person, it was amazing how he made people feel comfortable and included everyone nearby in conversations and in his fun.

It was always great seeing Mary and Bob at Grandma’s house and store, selling apples at Amblo’s

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Posted by: Leonard Amblo - Family   Feb 28, 2021

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Brownie was a true friend to so many. When he walked in a room you felt his presence and a calmness he ignited over so many, especially in the funeral business. He was a true husband, father, grandfather, brother and Elk. He is implanted in so many hearts and will be missed by so many.


Posted by: Dave and Claudette Fisher - Friend   Feb 28, 2021

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Brownie was a true friend to so many. When he walked in a room you could feel and see his presence and he brought a calmness in the funeral business like no other. He will always be an image in so many hearts. He was a true husband, father, grandfather, brother and Elk to all. He will be missed but never forgotten.


Posted by: Dave and Claudette Fisher    Feb 28, 2021

Bob was one of the nicest men I ever met. He always handled himself with class. I so enjoyed all the time spent with Bob during the youth football years when I really got to know him. He will be sorely missed. My heart goes out to his family.


Posted by: Joe Arcovitch - Friend   Feb 27, 2021

We are so saddened to learn of Bob’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to his family. We have know him for so long, but not socially, yet we feel like we have lost a family member. He was always so welcoming, comforting, and helpful in our times of loss. May he Rest In Peace with his Heavenly Father.

With thoughts and prayers,
Greg and Judy Audette FL & Colchester


Posted by: Judy Audette - Acquaintance   Feb 27, 2021

Our most sincere sympathy to Bobby’s entire family. We both knew him and enjoyed his friendship for many years. In fact, he was a paperboy for the Oakes family as a kid. A sweeter kinder person would be hard to find. The heartfelt compassion he showed at the time of our parents’ passing will never be forgotten. Always ready to greet us with smiles and hugs, he loved and cared for us all in his own special way that was

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Posted by: Angie and Bob Longe - Friend   Feb 27, 2021