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I'm sorry for your loss. I'll be praying for your family and let me know if there is anything you need.

Posted by: Jay Donahue - Melrose, MA - Classmate   Jun 20, 2019

Do sorry for your loss

Posted by: Carol Cohen-Smith - Wadsworth, IL - Family   Jun 17, 2019

Bob was more than just a man who lived next door, he was a friend and almost like family. I have so many wonderful memories of him, that I don't know where to begin. He was a very special person, and I will miss his smile and warm words. May he rest in peace.

Leslie Zolla

Posted by: Leslie Zolla - Stoneham, MA - Neighbor   Jun 17, 2019

Dear Cindy and Laurel,

I find now, as I'm getting "older", that I seem to be reading the "Irish Sport's Page", as my father used to call it, every day and I came across the passing of your father. I'm sorry for your loss and I send my condolences to all. I remember him, and your lovely mother too. Your father, and mother, were always so nice and welcoming to me years back when we would get together Cindy. He had a great smile and was a nice man. May he rest peacefully ~

Posted by: Pamela Turner - Falmouth, MA   Jun 15, 2019

We are sort for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know we are here for you if you need anything. Gino Carbone and family.

Posted by: Leanne Carbone - Classmate   Jun 13, 2019

I offer my condolences to the Pacy family, our brothers and sisters in Christ.

Posted by: Celia Hill - Randolph, MA - Family Friend   Jun 12, 2019

My Dear Friend Bob,

I marked relationship as "Son", because treated me like one. Gave me encouragement, advice, friendship, his time, and his love. I'll miss his awesome smile which seem to never leave his continence while I was with him.

We'd talk of the clock business and the taxi business... ups and downs, great times, tough times ... and I know every day I could give him a call at 5:15 AM and he'd be ready to dispatch taxis ....

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Posted by: Harvey Webber - HAMPTON, NH - Son   Jun 12, 2019

' Bob' : I met you first when I was a Selectman and you were at our hearings regarding fairness in rates for your professional men and women in your field.
You never asked for more than what was fair and enough to keep you in business.
I remember your sincerity, energy, and lust for life. I admired you always and looked forward to our conversations when I always learned something.
Rest in Peace my friend and I'll see you when I arrive.
Regards, Frank Pignone

Posted by: Frank Pignone - Stoneham, MA - Friend   Jun 11, 2019

So sorry to hear about your Dad passing. He was such a nice, friendly guy and a great boss too! I really enjoyed driving a taxi for him.

Posted by: Diane Rimi - Port Charlotte, FL - Friend   Jun 11, 2019