I cannot believe it has been two years. Geez I miss him. We danced and laughed a lot. He was always just a phone call away. Best dancer ever!! I love this photo of him. His warmth and kindness shine through. RIP my friend. You left a hole in my heart.
Dad, Happy Birthday. I loved you. You were a wonderful father when we were young. I have very cherished memories of my childhood because of you.
We love you so much Grandpop, and you will be sorely missed. Thinking of you always.
Bob I will miss you more than you know. Our phone calls & laughs. You will always be my favorite dance partner & friend. I love you.
Bob was a dear dance friend. He moved with such energy and joy -- I was surprised to learn his age here. When he was living in Royersford, Bob and I attended the Blob Ball in Phoenixville, a 1950's dance -- it was so much fun. Another special dance night was when his granddaughter came with him to a Saturday night Peppermint dance. I (and all of his dance partners) will miss him.
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Dear Leslie and Robbie, so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Joe and I have very fond memories of him and hope that your family finds peace during this very difficult time.
Bob was such a sweet man. So kind and thoughtful. He was one of my favorite dance partners at the TK Club. He did all the dances, waltz, swing, zydeco and was so smooth. We always laughed and talked while dancing. He will be missed by all the ladies!!
Prior to 2008, when we lived in SE PA, Bob would often travel to music festivals in our car. He was always delightful company. He was a big part of our dance community. We will miss him.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Bob's favorite National Wildlife Refuge: John Heinz NWR at Tinicum. A FaceBook fundraiser has been established in his name: https://www.facebook.com/donate/2538384769812711/10218966970703348/
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Bob was such a kind soul, true gentleman and a fun dancer. (That's me with him in Heather's post). Blessings to your family.
Bob was a kind and gentle soul, always willing to share a dance with any of the women in our Zydeco community.
Hi Bob, I am so sorry I didn't get up to the hospital to see you. I had pneumonia and then had family obligations (birth of a new grandbaby). You were such a joy to dance with and I loved playing you hard in tennis. Great sense of humor and you would crack me up. I didn't realize you were in the Korean War, so was my dad, and he talked about it often in the end. He passed in June, age 89, you may have known each other... Love to you Bob, thanks for all the wonderful dances. Rest in peace my friend, we are in for some wild times.
I am so sorry for your loss. Your father was a dear friend and a joyful dancing partner to me. He introduced me to bird watching and made it such fun. I will always remember the laughs we shared; he always could make me laugh. I loved that he could laugh at himself. I am so glad he he was in my life. Blessings to all of you. Catherine Vernon
Bob was a firm believer in higher education. He was very proud the day his granddaughter graduated from Virginia Tech.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Your dad loved to dance with the ladies at our Cajun and zydeco dances. He was one of the best leads in waltzes. He will be missed.
To Bob's family, he led a vibrant life and was an inspiration to us all. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Linda DiCampli and Jim Andrien
I loved dancing with Bob and Jim loved playing tennis with him. We will miss him greatly. Linda DiCampli and Jim Andrien
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.