Robert V. Capanelli
March 16, 1934 - May 25, 2017
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Robert V. Capanelli, 83, Red Bank, passed away Thursday May 25th at home. Mr. Capanelli was born in Brooklyn, New York. He served his country honorably in the US Army. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Capanelli was the proprietor of Power Rite Products. Mr. Capanelli was pre-deceased by his wife, Ann in 1999. Surviving is …
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Paul Mallon left a message on September 11, 2018:
Dear Grace and the entire Capanelli Family: So saddened to hear today of Big Bob's passing . For about a dozen years he was one of my closest friends. Bob, Howard, Bill, and I spent many weeks in FL playing golf each winters. Usually the world's greatest sandbagger took us all for a few bucks:-). He was one of the kindest, nicest, most loyal people I and my wife, Lorie, ever met. R.I.P. Paul Mallon
Celeste Nielsen left a message on May 30, 2018:
My sincerest condolences to you Grace. So sorry for your loss. I know the past few years have been tough on you but you continued to care for Bob as only a nurse could do. You stood by him through so many years of sickness. I admire you for your loyalty. May god grant you serenity through this sorrowful time. I am here for you always.
Donna left a message on May 30, 2018:
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Nick Brescia left a message on May 29, 2018:
I happen to have the best memories of Cousin Bob than most. You see before there was Karen and Robert I was Cousin Ann and Bob's number one. It was like having two sets of parents, Cousin Ann and Bob would spoil me and my parents would be the disciplinarians. Cousin Bob was always the instigator trying to get me to do things that would have me end up in trouble. I was okay with that because he was a great pusher on the swings. He would push me so hard that I thought I was going to loop around the support bar. It was in 1961 vacationing at Long Beach Island that Cousin Bob taught me how to fish from shore and I caught my first fish a sea robin. So if it was going out for Chinese food or to Nellie Bly amusement park or the Bronx Zoo, Cousin Ann and Bob left me with memories I will always cherish. Rest in peace Cousin Bob and thanks for the memories. Nick Brescia, Aka Zim
carole morgan left a message on May 29, 2018:
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Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Bill Hinton& Angelo Sabella left a message on May 29, 2018:
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David Dehaut left a message on May 27, 2018:
Robert and Karen, please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of your father. A life well lived and a life well loved. May he rest in peace. David and Elaine Dehaut
Louis Coronato left a message on May 27, 2018:
A 41 year relationship ended yesterday. Bob was my boss, mentor, friend, supplier, customer, sponsor and lastly my oldest friend. He always had a way of pushing my buttons or as he put it “pulling my chain”, to his never ending delight..... Like me, Bob had a lifelong battle to control his weight. You could always tell when he gave up on a diet. He would show up in the office with big bags of rolls, Danish and bagels. If he couldn’t lose weight, nobody was going to lose weight..... I continued to learn from Bob almost until the day he died. In his last years, by the example of how to fight the good fight. Bob is the person that had the most impact on my adult life. There is a hole In my heart with his passing..... Lou Coronato.... P.S. Bob could never spell my name.
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