Carol Schreiber (and Max) posted a Condolence
| August 16, 2008
Bob Patterson was a true "mensch" - that's German for an outstanding individual. Although desperately ill himself, he took the time to guide me through rough periods after I had my own cancer diagnosis. He was always upbeat and humorous, patient and kind. What a guy! I'll miss you always, Bob. Never will I forget how much you helped me.
With our love and prayers,
(Cousin) Carol, and Max Schreiber
PS Happy Birthday today, Bob.
Christy Basham posted a Condolence
| August 06, 2008
Peg and Robbie, I am so sorry to hear about Bob. As you probably know, I'm no longer at Harry Moore or I would have been there for you guys. I'm so happy to have met the three of you, we had such a nice visit that afternoon. Please know that you are in my prayers and that God will keep you in the palm of his hand. Christy Basham
Kitty Pyne Cross posted a Condolence
| July 22, 2008
I will always treasure the wonderful, happy family reunions we have shared through the years and being with the "cousins". Uncle Bob was always my "favorite Uncle" and he knew it. My heart felt sympathies go to Aunt Peggy, Meg and her family and of course Rob. Just know that in time you will see that all that was good about Uncle Bob is forever with you in your hearts. May his memory live on forever through all of us. AP,it makes me smile to think he is in heaven having a rolling rock with my Dad and my husband David. I know he is surrounded by some very special people that have gone on before us.
Kitty Pyne Cross and her "bunch"
Kent, Katie, Ginger and Joey
Dick certainly has fond memories of his time with Bob in Cazenovia.
Later we surely enjoyed the visits from Peggy and Bob at both Camp Lejeune and later in Pensacola. They were fun times with many happy moments. Bob will be sorely missed.
Peggy, Meg, and Rob please accept our sincere sympathy and condolences.
Alice and Dick
Sally Pyne Kennedy posted a Condolence
| July 19, 2008
During my youth our family spent summers at Dunharrow, our Pyne Grandparents' lovely retirement home in Cazenovia, NY. And it was here that I first met Bob at the age of 14. He made me feel so grown-up then. How sad I feel today to know that Bob has passed on.
Peggy was the first of the Pyne grandchildren to marry; and as a matter of fact, she and Bob were married in Michigan by the Reverend Ivol Curtis, whose first parish had been in Cazenovia, NY, where he had baptized my sister Ellen. Many years later my Dave and I were married in Seattle, WA, by this same Episcopal Priest (at that time he was the Episcopal Bishop of Western Washington).
Please Peggy, Meg and family, and Rob know that all the David Kennedys have each one of you in our thoughts.
Our warmest love,
Sally and Dave, Jane, Brian and family, Doug and Stephanie