In Memory

Robert Fish

Robert Fish

Robert didn't graduate with the Class of 1975, but he was known and liked by many.  He went to through to Jr. High with many of us and on to Dayton before moving to Millburn.

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03/03/09 05:59 PM #1    

Marcy Fink (Delmauro)

joe and i would often spend saturday afternoons in the fmg gym with rob as our sons played rec. basketball together. we always shared laughs which definately helped pass the time ( any of you that have been to rec basketball games know what i mean). we always saw him around town . he was blessed with a beautiful family
(he lost his son jordan to leukemia when he was 13). they had more than their share of heartache, but rob always had that great sense of humor and smile about him/

03/04/09 12:04 PM #2    

Abby Sarokin (Mantini)

This is the first I know of Robert's passing and I feel just terrible. He was my boyfriend in Kindergarten until he sat on one of the Moraacas (no idea how to spell) my parents brought me from their lastest trip to the islands. It was my show and tell!!
Robert & our families were close when we were young, and I'll continue to keep him in my life through memories.

04/17/09 03:09 PM #3    

Steven Klarfeld

Great husband and Dad. I knew Rob sinceI was 10 or so and would see and his kids around town. He had quite a battle!!

When we loose someone to cancer it really gets me pissed, because if we just put more $ into research maybe we would have more loved ones saved. All that money wasted over the so called war etc, just crap!

Anyone find the master mind BinLadin- however you spell it.
A 6 foot 6 guy on dialises and we can't find him. Lets spend another 70 trillion. Imagine if it went to stem cell or cancer research etc.

A good man lost,butalways remembered!

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