1937 ∼ 2019
Peter & Rose Degelleke of Chelmsford, MA 01824 wrote:
It was a privilege to know Bob, Sr. He was a fine, honorable and patriotic man loved by all, and a partner in raising truly wonderful family who was there for him in his times of need. He will be greatly missed. Our deepest sympathy goes out to to the entire family.
Lenny & Sandra Coronella of Mashpee, Ma. 02649 wrote:
So sorry for the loss of our dear friend and neighbor Bob. He was a kind and gentle soul and we will miss him dearly. Our deepest sympathies to Jan and the entire family for your great lloss. We love you like family. Lenny & Sandy & Family
Cheryl Gervais of Lowell, Mass wrote:
I am so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my Thoughts and Prayers.
Robert Bongiorno of Bedford MA wrote:
On behalf of the current men and women of the Bedford Police Department and the retired officers that worked with Sergeant D’Auria our deepest condolences! He served Bedford with professionalism and compassion - he was a mentor to many and was beloved by all that had the pleasure to meet and work with him. With respect and deep condolences, Bob Bongiorno Chief of Police Bedford
Brian McGahan of Woburn,MA wrote:
My Uncle Bob was my Mom’s older brother whom she looked up to her whole life.As I grew older I began to see why see thought so much of her brother who was 7 years older than her.When my father passed away it was Uncle Bob and Aunt Jan who took my brother and I out to buy suits for our Dad’s funeral.We were 14 and 12 at the time.Uncle Bob always seemed interested in what was going on in our lives as children and adults.He was always a presence in a room full of people and could talk good conversation about any subject and always make you feel important.My cousins were always happy because of the love that filled their home and I felt it every time I was there.I will always remember Uncle Bob smiling and drawing a crowd because people flocked to him.Rest in peace Uncle Bob,I love you and miss you
Michael and Kathleen Milligan of Bedford NH wrote:
Our thoughts and prayers are with the D’Auria family. May you find peace and comfort with the wonderful memories you have within your hearts
Murphy Family of Bedford MA wrote:
Sorry for your loss. Me. D’Auria was a great man as is his family. We send our love and prayers to you all.
Major (Ret) Ernest Loomis wrote:
Rich; I am sorry to learn of the passing of your dad. He was a patriot, a great cop and a fellow k-9 handler. It sounds like he was a wonderful husband and father as well.May he rest in peace.
Jim Garvin of Washington, NH wrote:
Rich; Please accept my sincere condolences with regard to your dad's recent passing. It is my hope that the fond memories you have of him will help to sustain you and your family during this difficult time.
Daniel J Collins of Pirates Cove wrote:
our sincerest condolences. It’s never easy to lose a wonderful person or anybody. Bob and I were not only neighbors we were friends and golf partners. May he be at peace in the Lords arms
Pamela Thompson of Cotuit MA wrote:
Our deepest sympathy to the entire D'Auria family! Bob will be missed! Love Charles & Pamela Thompson
Dee Holmes of Stoughton, MA wrote:
Diane Doodlesack, so sorry to hear of your dad's passing, my deepest sympathy to you and to your family, peace to you.
Betsy ( Schellhase) Gale of Holden, Ma wrote:
I had the pleasure of working with Bob on the Bedford Police Department. He was and always will be one of the nicest and most sincere gentleman I knew. He was always upbeat and smiling. He loved his job and his family; and was someone I looked up too. May you Rest In Peace my friend.
Bruce Mathews of New River, AZ wrote:
Thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. D'Auria's family. He was truly a great guy, in so many ways. I know his legacy will live on in his sons and daughter and grandchildren. What more can be said about a man, whose character in life was always about protecting his family, his country and his community. I will always carry the memories of hunting with Mr. D'Auria, Bob and Rich. With every step through a field while hunting, with every flush of a bird, you know that he will be there, smiling and having fun. Thankyou Mr. D'Auria, for a great time and a good laugh, as the last Milky Way is eaten, and the "Bart Blues" fade away...It was an honor