Rise April 24th, 1963
Rest November 12, 2021
Survived by his daughter Regina, Son in law Vito, Grandsons Angelo and Nico, Sister Jackie, Brother Bruce, many nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Bobby loved animals, music, and classic cars. He was hard working and spent most of his life behind an eighteen wheeler. Bobby loved to share his time with his sister Jackie, they always shared laughs and childhood memories. Bobby was known for his ability to lighten up the room and make everyone laugh and feel like family. He loved the country especially Tennessee and everything it had to offer like seclusion, nature and wildlife. Bobby loved his daughter Regina’s cooking especially her salad. Bobby took joy in spending time with his Grandson Angelo in the garage when they worked on Bobby’s old tractor. Bobby had so many close friendships along the years and the family loved hearing all of his stories about the memories he shared with his friends. Bobby is no longer in pain, and he is drag racing in Heaven. He will be remembered for his sweet kindness and big heart and nice hair.
Bobby’s Celebration of Life will be on Friday, December 10th, 2021 at Rochester Cremation, 1118 Long Pond Road, Rochester, New York 14626 with Calling hours from 2-4PM and his Remembrance Service from 4-5PM.
To my brother to my best friend …
I hope you know how much your missed down here …. found your way home .. running with the angel’s.. always in my heat ❤
Big brother that will always be watching over me
Till we see each other again … all my love
Daddy I miss you, your encouragement, jokes and funny stories. I love you so much.. I’m sorry life hasn’t been easy for you.. I’m keeping the thought of you not in pain to get stop my tears. I will hold all of my memories with you close to my heart.. love you dad.
Be with Nova now.. xox
Rest with the angels my friend. I’ll miss our many conversations brother but, I will celebrate your life and many great memories and good times. God Bless.
Bob had a heart of gold,always willing to give a helping hand.one of the best truck drivers I had the pleasure of working with.Bob was not just an employee he was my friend , I will miss him dearly🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️
Dear Bob, you were the very best husband for 14 years, it was never boring with you in the room. You were an amazing stepdaughter to Adam & Nikki. You taught Nikki how to ride a bike without training wheels, and how to tie her shoes! (Something I couldn’t do) you taught Adam how to pull a motor & get greasy. You also gave me a bonus daughter and along with Gina, i got 2 awesome grandsons. Years after our divorce and we were still friends. That’s a rarity in itself. You’ll always be “honey” to me. Let Nikki show you around, & give Heaven Some Hell. Love Nancy Wyand
I am so shocked and saddened to hear of Bobby’s passing. I always looked forward to him stopping at our stand on Lyell Ave. and having conversations about cars and his time in Tennessee.
You sure will be missd my friend. RIP..
RIP brother. Fly high and fast, drink hard and watch the rest of us suffer till we meet again