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In loving memory of
Robert J. “Bob” Gonzalez
  • May 03, 1942
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  • July 29, 2020

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Robert J. “Bob” Gonzalez 78 passed away peacefully at home on July 29,2020.

Bob was born on May 3, 1942 in Utuado, Puerto Rico to the late Anselmo “Don Chemo” and Carmen Gonzalez. He came to the States in 1949 and resided in Vineland soon after. He was a Great family man and loving father.

Bob worked at Armellini Trucking in Vineland and retired from there in the early 1980’s. He was known as 1-17 when he worked at Vineland Yellow Cab for many years. He was an Avid Domino and Billiard player.

He was well loved by everyone who knew him. He always joked around and had a smile on his face. He also loved to play Dominos and cards with his siblings.

Bob is predeceased in death by his parents, Anselmo and Carmen; Brothers Eduardo “Tato” Gonzalez and Jorge L “Luichy” Gonzalez. He is survived by his wife Evelyn Gonzalez; daughters Tina Thomson (Charles) from Williamstown and Marisol Toledo (Wipo ) from Florida and sons Bobby Meloni (Marlene) from Washington Twp, Steven Gonzalez (Jessica) from Vineland, Hector Vega from Florida. His sisters Esther Hernandez and Nydia Narvaez (Ramon) and brother Sammy Gonzalez (Anna Gloria). Grandchildren Louie Meloni, Cory Louis, Charles Thomson, Fernando Gonzalez (Haley) , Daniel Gonzalez, Steven Jr. Anthony, Jonathan, Jaslynn Gonzalez, Alexa, Adrian Vega, Christopher Spinelli, and Great Grandson Brody Gonzalez and his many other loving family members.

Arrangements are entrusted to Baldwin Brothers of Fort Myers, Florida. The family would like to thank everyone for the kind words and sympathy.

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  1. Gloria Kenney says:
    05 Aug 2020
    My deepest sympathy to the family. Bobby has shared so many fond memories with the Santos family. Santa Claus was the best as everyone didn't know who he was. He hid his finger. Thanksgiving filming at the Melendez' home with the "FLYING TURKEY". His great sense of humor and his delicious morning breakfast sandwiches. You can count on Bob. He loved his wife unconditionally and held all his grandchildren on a pedestal. He spoke highly of Marisol, his daughter, who always helped him and he said she was his shadow. He loved all his children. He was a fun, jolly and lovable man. I will truly miss him. God took him home, where the love continues with family he hasn't seen in a while. Bobby, you have earned your wings. Till we meet again.

  2. Miguel Toledo lit a candle:
    04 Aug 2020
    Lit since August 4, 2020 at 8:10:17 PM

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    04 Aug 2020
    Lit since August 4, 2020 at 8:15:22 PM

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