Robert G. O’Brien

1953 ∼ 2019

Joanie Ferreira of New Bedford, mass wrote:

To the O'Brien family I am so sorry for your loss. I loved uncle Bob so much and i am going to miss him and his humor. One thing we both had in common is our love of desserts. With love Joanie

Michelle Akins of Minneola Florida wrote:

Bob will surely be missed. He always treated me like one of his own. I always laughed at his jokes even if they were sometimes corny just to see him crack himself up. His smile was contagious. To Bob’s beloved family: I wish I was there with you but know I’m thinking of you.

Echo Hartshorn Unick of Marion, MA wrote:

Ellen, Catherine, Beth and Kara, I am so sorry to hear about Bob's passing. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories you shared. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Robert W Rioux of Wareham,Ma. wrote:

He was the last of a special Breed,!To know him ,even slightly, Was to Love Him Completely,!!!I wish I was Half The Man He Was,!!!! You will Be sorry Missed Bob

Nancy Barry of Onset, MA wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Bob. He was such a wonderful man- funny, kind, caring, easygoing. I feel privileged to have known Bob and spent time with him sharing our faith. May our Lord bless and comfort all of you in your loss.

Jayne Morrison of New Bedford wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. He was such a young man. Never take a day for granted you never know if you have tomorrow. My deepest sympathies

Donna White of Duxbury wrote:

I would like to send the family my condolence. Bob was a wonderful man & he will be missed dearly. RIP

Dee Murphy of Naples, FL wrote:

To Ellen and Family: My brothers and I are very sorry to hear about Bob’s passing. The moving tribute to him in the words that he, “reached out to people in difficult situations and let them be heard.” Wow! He was really someone special, peace and love to you always and God bless Bob!

Sandy Atkinson of East Wareham, MA wrote:

Until We Meet Again 06/09/19 Written by: Indigo Thunderbird Sandy Atkinson (Dedicated to Bob O’Brien) Until we meet again This is the message I want to send As you go home to heaven and depart You have left an imprint upon my heart Knowing you is a blessed sent Leaving memories that I wont forget I will always remember your smiling face Your wisdom and your words of grace The visits we had for a little while Your sense of humor that made me smile Most of all you made me see How strong a spirit can truly be This is something that inspires me May you fly with angel’s wings Playing the music the angels sing Dance upon the clouds in heavens sky Fly with the angels lifted on high May you have eternal rest In knowing that I am truly blessed Rest in peace my beloved friend Until we meet again

Jay & Susan Maloney of Wareham, MA wrote:

Dear Ellen and family. We are saddened to hear about Bob's passing, but grateful to have known him and have him be a member of our family. Bob was challenged by many obstacles in his life but he met them head on and with determination he set an example for all of us to follow. We'll miss seeing him rolling along the streets of Wareham and for his warm welcome each time we met. God bless Bob and your entire family. Love Jay and Susan.

Deborah Rose of WAREHAM/SOMERVILLE wrote:

ELLEN IA M VERY SORRY ABOUT YOUR HUSBAND PASSING I REMEMBER HIM WHEELING ABOUT AT CHURRH AND ON MAIN STREET.

Jean Smith of West Wareham wrote:

Dear Ellen and family; Please accept my sincere sympathy for Bob's passing. I will hold you in my thoughts and prayers. ❤ Jean

Senna Family of Fairhaven, MA wrote:

Beth, we are so saddened to hear you have lost your Dad! Kaylee, and your ENTIRE family is in our thoughts & prayers!! May the Angels keep you all!!

Mary Kreider of Middleboro ma wrote:

Unfortunately, as a caregiver, I never really got to know Bob in the best of times. The thing that I loved most about taking care of Bob, was that great smile he gave me every time he would see me in his doorway. He also always thanked me for my assistance. I got to know Bob & Ellen through our conversations about camping, kids & grandkids. I would usually try to make Bob my last patient seen, so I could spend more time just chatting. I will miss him and my thoughts and prayers are with Ellen and his family, as they have to readjust their lives to carry on without this sweet man. God Bless.

Deborah Robbins of Marion,mass wrote:

Just found out sry for your loss.