Robert T. "Bobby" Jewett, Jr.

Born: Sat., Sep. 7, 1946
Died: Wed., Mar. 28, 2018


No services to be held


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Robert T. “Bobby” Jewett, Jr., of Cicero, passed away March 28, 2018. He was born in Syracuse and raised in Jordan, NY. He served in the Marine Corps during Vietnam. Bobby was an inspector at Chrysler and retired after 40 years. After retirement he worked for the SU Parking Services. He also loved fishing and golfing. He was predeceased by his parents, Robert and Florence and his sister, Joyce. He is survived by his wife, Patricia; his son, Robert, III; his siblings, Laura, Dwayne and Rick; several nieces and nephews and his favorite companions, Max, Sadie and Dempsey. Per Bobby’s wishes, there will be no services.
Donations in Bobby’s memory can be made to Clear Path for Vererans, 1223 Salt Springs Rd., Chittenango, NY 13037. Leave a condolence at mathewsonforani.com
 

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Ed Karl
   Posted Sat March 31, 2018
I worked with Bob Jewett at NPG. He was a good and wise man. Always helpful and fun to work with. He was our "ace in the hole". He often came in to work on short notice to keep the place running. He was smiley and had a keen sense of humor. God bless Bob Jewett and his family.

Brian R. Redmond
   Posted Sat March 31, 2018
Our hearts and prayers go out to the Jewett family and friends.

With Love,

The Redmond family

Mike brill
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
Dear Patti ,
I am sorry to have read of Bobby’s passing, I know how he brought much happiness to your life, as you did the same for him. Please accept our condolences for your loss.

As we are all approaching that fateful door of transition, I am reminded of a simple poem by the great Robert Service;

Just think!, some night the stars will shine upon a cold gray stone;
And trace a name with silver beam, and lo; twill be our own.
That night is speeding on to meet, our epitaphic rhyme;
Our lives are just little beats within the heart of time.

A little pain, a little gain, a laugh, lest we may moan;
A little blame, a little fame; A star gleam on a stone.


Suzanne and Bob Rubino
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
Dear Patti,
We were so sorry to hear about Bobbys passing. May beautiful memories that you will keep in your heart and mind sustain you through this loss. Remember, his spirit will remain with you always. Love, Sue and Bob

Melinda McNeill
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
So many great memories with this man, my God he made me laugh! So sorry for your loss, I know he will be missed.

Bob and Joanne
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
We'll miss his quick smile and his laugh

Love,

Bob and Joanne

Bill Bach
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
I have some great memories of Bobby, hanging out after his return from Nam and working with him at NPG. RIP sir, and Godspeed to you.

Brenda Redmond
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
My sincerest thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I was married to Richard Redmond, and I know how much he loved and adored Bobby and spoke so very highly of him. I hope they will both have moments of laughter, memories and joy while they watch over us in heaven.

LAURA RAYMOND
   Posted Thu April 05, 2018
We didn't get a chance to say good by my dear Brother,you will be missed,i love you,RIP

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