A candle was lit by Elizabeth Wyatt
on December 31, 2021 10:34 PM
Message from Bill Jones
December 19, 2021 11:14 AM
Bob, always a gentlemen with a warm smile, who treated everyone as a friend. He was especially good with his staff, who were loyal and stayed with him many years. For me personally, I enjoyed going with him to wine tastings (he never drank), especial a memorable visit to the Italian Consulate in Boston. He will be missed.
Message from Francis & Patricia
December 18, 2021 11:06 AM
Dear Jasmin, Megan and Elizabeth,
We are so sorry to hear of loss of your Husband and Father, there are no
words to describe Bob Wyatt, other than he was one GREAT GUY, from
the days at the Plaza Club to meeting him again at Tatnuck Country Club,
The memories are truly endless..
Rest in peace my friend...
you will be so missed by Pat and I and so many others...
A candle was lit by Jasmin
on December 16, 2021 9:10 AM
Dearest, you were the love of my life and my heart will forever be broken. You were one of a kind and I will remember all of the good times………..the unbelievable trips to Vegas, wine country, and of course our fun adventure in Ireland. The weekly trips to Ocean Drive in the Chevelle, and the many picnics we had sitting at our favorite spot on Sachuest Point, will always be remembered and treasured. Love you forever “Dearest” and thank you for loving me as much as I loved you! 💔💔💔 Rest In Peace and fly high with the Angels!
Message from Sue and Bill Ewen
December 15, 2021 10:25 PM
Megan and Lizzie-
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. We have fond memories of you all at the Y and at Kendbrin. Our hearts go out to you. Please know that we are thinking of you and sending you love and strength at this difficult time.
Sue and Bill Ewen
Message from Fran & Susan Madigan
December 15, 2021 5:37 PM
We have many wonderful memories of Bob at Tatnuck CC. He was such an interesting personable gentleman. His big smile will be missed! Our condolences to his family.
Message from Ken and Donna Mudie
December 15, 2021 3:57 PM
Bob was a true friend (to all he met) but our relationship at Tatnuck Country club was so special to us. We shared agreements(and disagreements) on '50s music vs 60's, Sports teams and players(he called me a few years ago out of the blue to acknowledge Yogi Berra's birthday) ,wine (he was an expert but didn't drink!) and so many other endearing traits. A truly fine man. We will miss him. Ken and Donna Mudie
Message from Mike and Dot Tsotsis
December 14, 2021 8:00 PM
We had the great pleasure of knowing Bob as members of Plaza Club and Tatnuck CC. Bob was a caring sincere wonderful Man. It was a privilege to know such a wonderful person.
Message from Hassell’s Garage
December 14, 2021 6:48 PM
There are no words to quantify this loss…😢❤️
Message from Marianne Belanger
December 14, 2021 10:55 AM
Bob was one of the great ones - he was a true gentleman. Always professional, courteous, kind, welcoming, and accomodating. My late husband, Stephen Gabrielian, shared a beautiful friendship with Bob and loved discussing anything & everything. Bob catered many parties at our Paxton home with the Tatnuck staff. Bob loved everyone, always had a smile, and was eager to discuss the latest wines he tried on his many trips. I was blessed to have chatted with him when he visited Tatnuck in November of 2017 (I have a photo taken of us together!) My condolences to Megan, Elizabeth, and your children!
Message from Mo Akande
December 14, 2021 9:37 AM
While a student at Brown University, I worked at the gym. Waking up for 5am shifts as a teenager wasn't great, but Bob was the HIGHLIGHT of my mornings! He would swagger into the fitness loft with a huge smile and a recap of the basketball game he had just played at the court next door. Bob and I became great friends, and I even whooped his butt a few times on the basketball court. He has a great short-range jump shot!! One year, Bob invited me and my band to perform at his club's Christmas party. It was super fun, and like always he lit up the room with his smile and jokes. He genuinely loved people and so many of us genuinely loved him. He is sorely missed by many, including me. I will say many a prayer for this wonderful man.
Message from Kathy & John Harrity
December 13, 2021 9:58 AM
We are so very sorry for the loss of your father. He was an asset to TCC and such a gentleman. We have great memories with him. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Message from Andrew V O'Shea
December 13, 2021 9:45 AM
I will never forget the summer I spent with Bob and my sister in Atlanta. Bob was managing the Atlanta Biltmore and I was in High School. Bob got me a job at the Biltmore. Everybody there loved him. It was a first job for me basically cleaning the kitchen at night. What I found amazing was that despite Bob's thick Rhode Island accent and his employees thick southern drawls they understood each other just fine. It was a great experience for me and I am thankful for it and for being able to call Bob my brother in lasw and friend.
A candle was lit by Andrew
on December 13, 2021 9:37 AM
Message from John and Cathy Gusha
December 12, 2021 8:36 PM
Are hearts are sad. Megan and Elizabeth we loved your father and have wonderful memories spent with him as well as our children. He was truly a gentleman and an honor to have known. We will keep you In our thoughts and prayers.
John and Cathy Gusha
Message from Kevin Killelea
December 12, 2021 7:14 PM
A true gentleman and a professional sorry for Your Loss
A candle was lit by Carol Cummings
on December 12, 2021 6:10 PM
Message from Anne Marie and Michael Curtis
December 12, 2021 4:07 PM
It is with great sadness that we have lost a true gentleman. Bob was a fun, and caring soul who loved a good time and loved mingling with all ages. Gone way too soon but will never be forgotten.
Message from Fred & JoAnn Giarrusso
December 12, 2021 3:50 PM
We loved Bob, he was a gentleman & a hard worker,an asset for Tatnuck CC. RIP🙏🏻