Robert H. Gorman
April 13, 1954 - January 20, 2016
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Robert H. Gorman “Thermo†of Little Silver died peacefully on January 20, 2016 after a very long, courageous battle against lung cancer. He was 61. Bob was born in Heidelberg, Germany on April 13, 1954, while his father was stationed there, ultimately serving as a Lt. Colonel in the US Army. Bob grew up in …
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David Prown left a message on January 25, 2017:
Wow - Bob of the really, Really, REALLY good guys. So kind, so far, so positive and DANG did he love his get him talking about his boys and his face would have an extra glow! We met thru business with Prowns yet really enjoyable to see and chat with him on the fields of a LS sporting event his boys were playing in or at a CBA event. I loved his quiet soft spoken nature compared to my hyper, overt one. Very sad to read of his passing and that he was sick for a long time...that is extra hard and extra prayers from me to his Bride and his Boys
Tom Abate left a message on January 25, 2017:
I was on of Bob's high school classmates, and one of the unique things about our school was that it drew students from all over the mtropolitan area--the five boroughs of New York, as well as the commuter portions of Connecticut and New Jersey. As one of theBrooklyn boys, it was something of a treat and novelty to have friends like Bob and Rick Venino, who were Jersey boys and learned to drive while we were in high school. I have fond memories of some of those road trips, and the fact that there were guys with cars. I never sat behind the wheel of a car until after I left New York, and joined the Navy, so teenagers who drove had wizard powers as far as I was concerned. They also had a better sense of geography. For me, if it wasn't on a subway line, it didn't exist. I knew the name 'Fort Lee' only because Bob lived there. He still lives there in my memory. Tom Abate, Oakland, California.
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