Joseph, Theresa, and the entire Pessolano Family,
I worked with your father for many years at the American Parkinson Disease Association. He was such a lovely person, always offering his assistance. He never hesitated to jump in and offer a hand regardless of what needed to be done. We spent countless hours chatting at meetings and events about anything and everything. He loved to share stories of his family and was truly a proud husband, father, and grandfather. It was because of the many conversations we had that led me to Monroe where my family currently resides. I never would have known about the small town (now not so small) if it wasn't for your father. My condolences to you and your entire family. Charlene Allo
My husband and I were introduced to Bob thru Mary Burk, who is our neighbor. He was a gentleman always, We enjoyed sending over soups or sausage and peppers or stuffed peppers over to Mary. Once in a while he would call to ask about a recipe. He would also drop off books to us during the pandemic since the library was closed. All in all, he was a sweet man who enjoyed reminiscing. Rest In Peace Bob.
Always in our hearts
Betty and Bobby Broglio
Bob was a warm and wonderful gentleman. He raised a beautiful family and has a special place in the hearts of those who knew him. He will be missed. Love and prayers to all the Muldowney and Pessolano families. Jim Sunser
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Bob, our good friend and neighbour in Deltona. He was a true gentleman and had a kind sense of humour, a great love of music and a way of making you feel special. His many friends will greatly miss this dear man when we snowbirds finally return to Florida. He will be forever remembered. Our most sincere sympathy to his family. Simon and Gaynor Ducharme, Belle River, Ontario