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Robert G Robillard

January 9, 1924 - May 11, 2009

 

Chad and Tasha Powell

Rapid City, SD

Bob was such a loving man, I enjoyed time spent with him and you Lila, Bob is in a better safer place now, and know that God will take care of him until you one day meet again. We love you and God Bless!!

Nick and Joan Hobernicht

ake Havasu City AZ

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May God watch over you as you travel during this time of grief. with love to all, JOan and Nick

Joseph Argiro

NJ

Duke & family I am so sorry and wanted to offer my condolences on the passing of your father

Bob, Peter and Pamela Knisel

Panama City Beach, Florida

You are all in our hearts. We'll miss him. Love always, Bob, Peter, and Pamela

Nancy Robillard and Vincent Marquardt

New York, NY

Bob was a wonderful uncle and someone I always relied on. I have countless fond memories of him; especially of his unsurpassed sense of humor. He can still make me laugh as I remember his quips at the dinner table. I wish we could be there with you in SD--we are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. much love, Nancy and Vincent

Drew and Donna Turock

Hillsborough, NJ

Our deepest sympathies to the entire Robillard family.

Marcella Nonnast

Sturgis SD

Lila and Family, Thinking of you in your loss and know it is always hard to lose such a dear loved one. You have our sympathy. Joe and Marcella

Michael Iacovelli

New Providence, NJ

Very sorry to hear, our hearts and prayers are with the family,

The Turock Family to the Robillard Family

Summit, NJ

Duke - I'm very sorry to hear of your loss. This is one of those awful rites of passage as we all get older. While the pain eases with the passage of time, your memories of your dad will stay alive and with you, and, in a sense, he will live on that way. Give us a call when you get back and have some time and let's celebrate his life and exchange "dad" stories over lunch. -David