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Toni Regatuso posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 26, 2019I am at a loss for words. I have tried to find Bob for so many years. We went to BOCES together in high school. We hung out numerous times back in the 80s. We lost touch in the early 90s. I found him again on fb a couple yrs ago through a friend. I had her look again and he wasnt on there anymore. I googled his name today and saw he had passed. My heart is so very heavy at the news of his passing! I will always remember our talks, laughs, and dumb things we did. Rest in Peace "Baby Deer"... (that was our inside joke back in the day) So sorry for everyone's loss of a very special guy!
linda pugliese posted a condolence
Monday, January 7, 2019Bobby you will be missed by many, as you have touched so many. I so loved working with you at MCCC. We had so much fun there. So so many good memories that I treasure. Hanging out and going to watch you preform were always a fabulous time too. You will always be in my heart. RIP xo, Linda
Vicky Bushey posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 2, 2019Bobby you were kind and gentle to those with developmental disabilities. You had their best interests at heart. You will be missed. My deepest sympathies to the loved ones he left behind.
Tonya Griffin posted a condolence
Monday, December 31, 2018So sorry for losing a beautiful soul way too soon. Bobby was 1 in a million.
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Monday, December 31, 2018
Duffy Hebdon posted a condolence
Saturday, December 29, 2018So very sorry we didn't get a chance to hang out together as adults as we did as kids. You will always be dear to my heart. Fly strong and free with the Angels my dear friend.
Rich Randazzo posted a condolence
Friday, December 28, 2018I first met Bobby Kruppner when he was a college freshman, moving into our dorm In 1985. He was one of those people that I instantly liked and we became great friends. Bob was not originally my roommate, but he moved in with us shortly after classes started. Bob was unique in every way. His views on everything from music to art, people, and places. He was full of life and fun. He could make anyone laugh, with just a facial expression. I cherish the talks we had, day and night and so glad they we kept in tough after college as well. Bob moved in with me and Jen after he finished college and we continued to create more great memories. I will remember all those great times, and smile while keeping Bobby in mind. He’ll continue to be around us all, especially through his favorite music. He was taken from us much too soon. There is an emptiness in us all without Bobby. I will miss his hilarious messages, calls and visits. But, I’m thankful for having him in my life and getting to know him over the years. My thoughts are with Chad and his Mom, sisters and their families as well as all of his friends who know how priceless Bobby’s friendship is. I love and will miss you Krupnuts. Thank you for everything my friend. Rich