Obituary photo of Robert Thompson, Rochester-New York
In Loving Memory of

Robert C. Thompson

1933 - 2017
Obituary photo of Robert Thompson, Rochester-New York
In Loving Memory of

Robert C. Thompson

1933 - 2017

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Services & Gatherings

Passed November 4, 2017 at the age of 83

Predeceased by his wife of 59 years, Marilynn (Lemond); parents, Horace and Alta; siblings, Jane, Mary, and Edward; & granddaughter Rebecca.

Survived by his brother, Charles (Joanne); daughters, Denise (Duane), Stephanie, Yvonne, & Rachel; 9 grandchildren; & 16 great grandchildren.

Bob was born in Brighton, NY and raised in Rochester New York. His Passion was fishing at Canadice and Hemlock Lakes. Bob could not get enough spaghetti, he could eat it seven days a week.

Bob Served in the Navy during the Korean War as a pipefitter on (AO-100) the USS Chuckawan from 1951-1954.

Bob was a Free Mason; he was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason and attained the 32nd degree at Fame Lodge #945 in Irondequoit NY.

Bob was a 65 year retired member of UA Local #13 Plumbers and Pipefitters in Rochester New York.

Bob worked for the City of Rochester as a plumbing inspector and Chief plumbing inspector for 17 years.

The family would like to thank Dr. Kunath, his staff, Dr. Falkoft & Dr. Kouides.

At Bob's request because he hated parties there will be no services or visiting hours. In lieu of flowers please donate to the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Passed November 4, 2017 at the age of 83

Predeceased by his wife of 59 years, Marilynn (Lemond); parents, Horace and Alta; siblings, Jane, Mary, and Edward; & granddaughter Rebecca.

Survived by his brother, Charles (Joanne); daughters, Denise (Duane), Stephanie, Yvonne, & Rachel; 9 grandchildren; & 16 great grandchildren.

Bob was born in Brighton, NY and raised in Rochester New York. His Passion was fishing at Canadice and Hemlock Lakes. Bob could not get enough spaghetti, he could eat it seven days a week.

Bob Served in the Navy during the Korean War as a pipefitter on (AO-100) the USS Chuckawan from 1951-1954.

Bob was a Free Mason; he was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason and attained the 32nd degree at Fame Lodge #945 in Irondequoit NY.

Bob was a 65 year retired member of UA Local #13 Plumbers and Pipefitters in Rochester New York.

Bob worked for the City of Rochester as a plumbing inspector and Chief plumbing inspector for 17 years.

The family would like to thank Dr. Kunath, his staff, Dr. Falkoft & Dr. Kouides.

At Bob's request because he hated parties there will be no services or visiting hours. In lieu of flowers please donate to the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
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