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Robert George Rial
  • January 26, 1952
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  • January 17, 2023

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Robert George Rial, 70, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many, passed peacefully at his home in The Villages, Florida on January 17, 2023.

Bob was born in New Jersey on January 26, 1952, and lived in Cranford, New Jersey prior to his move to Florida.

Bob is survived by his wife Sharon, his son Timothy Kevin Rial and partner Dawn, and his daughter Meghan Ann (Rial) Emigh and her husband Nathan. He will be greatly missed by his three grandchildren Jessie Ann Rial, Natalie Ann Emigh, and Robert Thomas Emigh.

Bob received his degree in Mechanical Technology from Union County Technical Institute. He worked at various manufacturing and medial device companies throughout his career including Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, Terumo and Integra LifeSciences. Bob made many lifelong friends during his career journey.

Cooking and music were two of Bob’s passions. He joined the New Jersey chapter of Les Marmitons; an international men’s cooking club in 1996. He was later involved in the startup of the Cranford chapter of which he was a past president. Bob and his wife traveled to attend club chapter gala’s throughout the US and Canada; enjoying seeing old friends and making new ones.

Bob enjoyed playing guitar with his friends and neighbors; having acquired quite the guitar collection over the years. Music and attending concerts were a big part of his life.

He will be missed by his family and many friends.  Arrangements entrusted with BALDWIN BROTHERS Funeral & Cremation Society-Spanish Springs, 352-430-1449.  Sentiments are encouraged at www.baldwincremation.com

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  1. kW8Y says:
    26 Jan 2023
    So sorry my friend.
    Bob was a true marmitons he ventured to Calgary to help with our “feeding the homeless “on 2 occasions the first he burned his arm in the kitchen and the following year got frostbite on a dogsled he said “burned once and frostbite I’m staying south lol” you will dearly be missed
    Ramondo Wegrzynowski
    Calgary chapter

  2. Jean pierre says:
    25 Jan 2023
    Les marmitons will miss Robert Hé was instrumental in starting marmitons of New Jersey
    He would always bring fun and plaisirs to all of our meetings
    My deepest sympathy to all of Robert family
    Jp jobin

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