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Winchester, MA 01890
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Robert Szczawinski
In Memory of
Robert F. "Bob"
1943 - 2018
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Condolence From: RB
Condolence: May God hold you in His Almighty Arms so you may be comforted until He eliminates all sources of pain (Revelation 21:3-5).  All His promises will come true (Isaiah 55:10-11; Titus 1:2).  The free website, JW.ORG, has been most helpful to me over the years because it guides me to the compilation of Bible verses on comfort and hope. It is my sincere wish that you will find it useful also.  May God grant His peace to all of you (Philippians 4:6-7).  My heartfelt condolences. Psalm 37:11, 29.
Tuesday April 10, 2018
Condolence From: patti chausse
Condolence: Uncle Bob, you were 1 of my favorite uncles. I remember both you and Auntie Donna young and happy. As a couple you lived life to the fullest, leaving us many wonderful memories. RIP and please tell Auntie Donna hello. You will be missed....
Monday April 09, 2018
Condolence From: Mary (Szczawinski) and Rick Barnes
Condolence: Bob certainly will be remembered for his quick wit and ability to make everyone feel welcomed by his sense of humor. We are wishing you all comfort in reminiscing about happier times. Bob had a way of bringing people together. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. God bless.
Saturday April 07, 2018
Condolence From: Kim & Bill
Condolence: We are so grateful for all the memories and the laughs we had over the past thirty plus years. We were teenagers when we started dating and I can remember you being all worried at how serious we became. But then it became apparent we wanted to have a future together. I know you worried but I know you were pleased with our choice. Live always wins, Dad. We all travelled that road together. Ups and downs but we all made it work. I know life became hugely different when Mom passed. All we wanted is for you to be happy and have a full life. I think you accomplished that and now you are back with Mom and many family members and friends. Rest in peace.
Saturday April 07, 2018
Condolence From: Ed Colasacco
Condolence: Bob, what a great guy you were! I remember going to the house with Lynda to meet you for the first time and being a little nervous. Little did I know Donna was the one I had to worry about! You were a kind, gentle man that always had a warm smile on your face when we got together. I loved the dinners we had Jimmy's with Donna and Lynda - and of course 1 (or 3 or so) lemoncellos at the house after we got home. I'll also never forget my well planned visit to your house to ask for Lynda's hand - you and Donna were in the pool and when I asked, you and Donne looked at each other and you turned to me and said "no" - then laughed and we had a great dinner together. I loved your sense of humor! I will miss you terribly and I am lucky to have had you in my life, and I will always remember all of the fun times. James and Serena were lucky to have you as their Grampy too! Love you always, Eddy
Friday April 06, 2018
Condolence From: kenny moquin
Condolence: My heart and prays go out to the szczawinski family words could never tell you how great of a person Bob was I have great memories of Bob that I will never forget I know now that you are at peace Bob may you R.I.P. and we will meet again some day Will always remember you !! Love you Kenny
Friday April 06, 2018
Condolence From: Alexa
Condolence: Grampy, you were the one who always brightened up my days and turned my frowns into giddy, toothless smiles. You never failed at making me laugh and that is what I will always remember about you, your amazing sense of humor. You were an amazing grandfather and an overall great person. I will forever hold the memories of sleepovers, miniature golfing, and dinner at Papa Gino's and the 99's. I will never forget waking up to the delicious smell of oatmeal that you would make for Amanda and I. No one could ever make it like you did, nor will they ever. You were one of the best people I could go to, to talk about anything and everything to get an honest opinion even if I did not like what you had to say. Thank you for helping me grow and showing me the beauty of life and the beauty of music. You were the strongest, most caring man I will ever know. Although you are no longer with us, I will always be thinking of you. I love you to infinity and beyond, forever and always.
Thursday April 05, 2018
Condolence From: LORRAINE CATINO
Condolence: How lucky were we to move to a house with such wonderful people just over the fence. We had so much fun together. Donna and Bob were the first there if we needed help ( of course sometimes Bob got volunteered by Donna ) like the time when they lent me 4 tents for my daughter's birthday and Donna said and Bob will put them all up.
We got into a habit of meeting every Saturday night after we had been out for a nightcap.
I remember hearing the family in the back yard sitting by the washtub fire pit laughing and talking. I often thought how wonderful it was to hear a family enjoy each others company the way they did.
After Donna was gone Bob spent many times with us. We miss our dear friends and our hearts are broken that Bob had to suffer so much, his pain is over and we will always remember that sweet man we were so lucky to know.
Sending our love and sympathy to all of you.
Lorraine and Patrick
Thursday April 05, 2018
Condolence From: michael
Condolence: Dad, thank you for always being there for us! I am so glad you are at peace and you are now with Mom, your best friend and the love of your life. The past few years have been tough on you and no one deserves that. Be free, be happy, be healthy, and do all the things you love. Take long rides with cheese and crackers, do some golfing, take a dip in the pool. Do anything you want, you have earned it. My love and respect for you was showed me how to do almost everything. Because of you, I am a jack of all trades, a master of a few! There wasn't anything you wouldn't try to do, but let's not fool anyone here, some you didn't finish. I will forever remember you coaching me, and watch me grow. I used to love seeing you at my games, sitting silently in the stands. I enjoyed our times at Bruins and Red sox games, i feel like I've been to hundreds of them. You knew all the right people, had great friends. You were respected in your Industry, and your customers appreciated the work you did. Our time here together on earth is done, but, I have a feeling you will be with me every step of the way! Say Hi to everyone, and know that you will always be missed..I love you! You weren't just my Dad, you were also my best friend!
Thursday April 05, 2018