It’s still hard to believe you are gone. It’s now been over 3 months. I miss you everyday. There are no adequate words to describe your loss, but I know you are with me everyday and you will be in my heart forever.
I see you in the birds and in the stars. I hear your laugh and cherish your smile.
I know you pushed me to a Walmart I NEVER go to (to buy supplies for a special project I am working on ABOUT YOU for Gail and the kids and Maddie) on the 3
Month anniversary of your passing where I run into Gail in the parking lot!
I love you, I miss you. I feel your presence.
I am so so sorry about Rob's passing! I just found out today. I have been trying for weeks to get in touch with him to see if he was okay. I worked with Rob at Waste but always kept in touch with him after I left and considered him one of my closest friends. He went through a lot lately and my heart is breaking knowing he's gone. But worst of all is I can't believe I'm crying for a Bruins fan! I will miss Rob more than anyone knows. I don't know how to get in touch with any of the family and maybe right now is not the proper time but I would like to tell you in person of how truly sorry I am!
So many memories of my dear brother Rob. My heart is heavy, but each memory lightens the feeling.
A special memory during our early teen years. Staying up late on Friday nights listening to Wolfman Jack on CKXL Radio. We dialed endlessly to get on the radio to request our favorite songs. The joy we felt when we could hear ourselves make the request and listen to our songs playing on the radio.
I miss you my brother.
Growing up, my fondest memories are of our family vacations, watching sports with you, and you teaching me how to play baseball, practicing with me, showing up at all of my games. In my adult life I'm so happy that we stayed close. We had a lot of fun hanging out at your place for BBQs or sporting events, and having you over to our place for visits and for your Maddy time. I will always treasure the memories of the last couple years, your smile would beam whenever you were spending time with your granddaughter. You are gone far too soon, but I'm thankful you got to be there for the first couple years of Maddy's life. Love you dad, and we will never forget you.