Mr. Robert J. Jaeger

In Memory Of

Mr. Robert J.
Jaeger
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Guest book

  • September 16, 2020
    Dear Vera,Jenn and Sam, we are so sorry at the passing of Bob. He is missed by all. Our families have known each other for well over 50 years and it has always been an honor and a pleasure and made us feel special to be called Uncle John and Aunt Ruth.
    Gatherings,parties and phone calls are remembered fondly. The visits that come to mind now are when Sam and Jenn were younger and attended Summer Camp near us in Connecticut. The four of you would arrive at our house with time for lunch and get to the Summer Camp Registration on time.
    There always were Snapple drinks and New York Bagels brought to the table.(the best). Some folks kid about having desert first, but I enjoyed the bagels first.After we all got seated and everyone was talking (at the same time) our Westie, Nina, would appear and start circling the table. Bob would tell some stories about walks, talks and sales in New York which were always entertaining Every once in awhile Bob would smile look at Vera and say “I got the pick of the litter “We all knew what he meant. The time passed too quickly. And the rush was on to get to the camp for registration. These visits are the sweetest of all the memories and we still recount them.
    Our prayer is that Bob is resting peacefully in Heaven with Jesus and our wish is that the wine of friendship never runs out between our two families.
    Love,prayers and condolences, Uncle John and Aunt Ruth
    John Mulligan
  • September 14, 2020
    Dear Sam and family,
    Please accept our condolences on your loss. Your dad would be so proud of the obituary you wrote - a beautiful tribute to a beloved father.

    The Collins Family
    Joan, Joe, Tim and Bridget
    Joan Collins
  • September 08, 2020
    Dear Cousins Elvira, Jenn and Sam,
    Your husband and dad was related to us through marriage, but early on I knew he was very much part of our family...he fit in perfectly with our crazy endearing family...and he will be remembered always for his charm and winsome personality!
    Laura Sapienza
  • September 07, 2020
    Dear Elvira, Jennifer and Samantha,
    Please accept my most sincere condolences for this monumental loss. What a beautiful tribute you made to him, I enjoyed reading his obituary. I can imagine that it was a collaborative labor of love which he would have loved I'm sure
    Leslie Foxen
  • September 06, 2020
    Vera and Family
    My heart aches. Bobby was a great friend and person. Wonderful times too many memories to mention. His support with my lifestyle change got me through the difficult beginning for this I owe him my life. I cant make it up to New York because of the travel restrictions but know I'll get around the campfire and share laughs and thank yous with all of our friends now and forever cherishing his memory.
    Love & Light


    "Went to see the captain strangest I could find"
    Robert Hunter
    Richard Geib
  • September 16, 2020
    Dear Vera,Jenn and Sam, we are so sorry at the passing of Bob. He is missed by all. Our families have known each other for well over 50 years and it has always been an honor and a pleasure and made us feel special to be called Uncle John and Aunt Ruth.
    Gatherings,parties and phone calls are remembered fondly. The visits that come to mind now are when Sam and Jenn were younger and attended Summer Camp near us in Connecticut. The four of you would arrive at our house with time for lunch and get to the Summer Camp Registration on time.
    There always were Snapple drinks and New York Bagels brought to the table.(the best). Some folks kid about having desert first, but I enjoyed the bagels first.After we all got seated and everyone was talking (at the same time) our Westie, Nina, would appear and start circling the table. Bob would tell some stories about walks, talks and sales in New York which were always entertaining Every once in awhile Bob would smile look at Vera and say “I got the pick of the litter “We all knew what he meant. The time passed too quickly. And the rush was on to get to the camp for registration. These visits are the sweetest of all the memories and we still recount them.
    Our prayer is that Bob is resting peacefully in Heaven with Jesus and our wish is that the wine of friendship never runs out between our two families.
    Love,prayers and condolences, Uncle John and Aunt Ruth
    John Mulligan
  • September 14, 2020
    Dear Sam and family,
    Please accept our condolences on your loss. Your dad would be so proud of the obituary you wrote - a beautiful tribute to a beloved father.

    The Collins Family
    Joan, Joe, Tim and Bridget
    Joan Collins
  • September 08, 2020
    Dear Cousins Elvira, Jenn and Sam,
    Your husband and dad was related to us through marriage, but early on I knew he was very much part of our family...he fit in perfectly with our crazy endearing family...and he will be remembered always for his charm and winsome personality!
    Laura Sapienza
  • September 07, 2020
    Dear Elvira, Jennifer and Samantha,
    Please accept my most sincere condolences for this monumental loss. What a beautiful tribute you made to him, I enjoyed reading his obituary. I can imagine that it was a collaborative labor of love which he would have loved I'm sure
    Leslie Foxen
  • September 06, 2020
    Vera and Family
    My heart aches. Bobby was a great friend and person. Wonderful times too many memories to mention. His support with my lifestyle change got me through the difficult beginning for this I owe him my life. I cant make it up to New York because of the travel restrictions but know I'll get around the campfire and share laughs and thank yous with all of our friends now and forever cherishing his memory.
    Love & Light


    "Went to see the captain strangest I could find"
    Robert Hunter
    Richard Geib
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  • September 16, 2020
    Dear Vera,Jenn and Sam, we are so sorry at the passing of Bob. He is missed by all. Our families have known each other for well over 50 years and it has always been an honor and a pleasure and made us feel special to be called Uncle John and Aunt Ruth.
    Gatherings,parties and phone calls are remembered fondly. The visits that come to mind now are when Sam and Jenn were younger and attended Summer Camp near us in Connecticut. The four of you would arrive at our house with time for lunch and get to the Summer Camp Registration on time.
    There always were Snapple drinks and New York Bagels brought to the table.(the best). Some folks kid about having desert first, but I enjoyed the bagels first.After we all got seated and everyone was talking (at the same time) our Westie, Nina, would appear and start circling the table. Bob would tell some stories about walks, talks and sales in New York which were always entertaining Every once in awhile Bob would smile look at Vera and say “I got the pick of the litter “We all knew what he meant. The time passed too quickly. And the rush was on to get to the camp for registration. These visits are the sweetest of all the memories and we still recount them.
    Our prayer is that Bob is resting peacefully in Heaven with Jesus and our wish is that the wine of friendship never runs out between our two families.
    Love,prayers and condolences, Uncle John and Aunt Ruth
    John Mulligan
  • September 14, 2020
    Dear Sam and family,
    Please accept our condolences on your loss. Your dad would be so proud of the obituary you wrote - a beautiful tribute to a beloved father.

    The Collins Family
    Joan, Joe, Tim and Bridget
    Joan Collins
  • September 08, 2020
    Dear Cousins Elvira, Jenn and Sam,
    Your husband and dad was related to us through marriage, but early on I knew he was very much part of our family...he fit in perfectly with our crazy endearing family...and he will be remembered always for his charm and winsome personality!
    Laura Sapienza
  • September 07, 2020
    Dear Elvira, Jennifer and Samantha,
    Please accept my most sincere condolences for this monumental loss. What a beautiful tribute you made to him, I enjoyed reading his obituary. I can imagine that it was a collaborative labor of love which he would have loved I'm sure
    Leslie Foxen
  • September 06, 2020
    Vera and Family
    My heart aches. Bobby was a great friend and person. Wonderful times too many memories to mention. His support with my lifestyle change got me through the difficult beginning for this I owe him my life. I cant make it up to New York because of the travel restrictions but know I'll get around the campfire and share laughs and thank yous with all of our friends now and forever cherishing his memory.
    Love & Light


    "Went to see the captain strangest I could find"
    Robert Hunter
    Richard Geib