OBITUARY

Robert Lee Conklin

September 26, 1930February 27, 2019
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Robert Lee Conklin September 26 1930- February 27 2019 Has resided in Jensen Beach, Florida for the past 41 years. He is previously from New Jersey. He is survived by his wife Ann and 3 daughters, Ann Marie and her husband Paul Daly, Barbara and her husband Sam Amerson, and Cindy and husband Jerry Brokaw. He had 4 grandchildren whom he adored, Justin, Joseph, Meghan and Tyler. He is also survived by a brother Ted from New Jersey and sister Iris from Ohio. He will be dearly missed by all. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 from 10:00am to 11:00am at Aycock Funeral Home in Jensen Beach, Florida. A service will be at 11:00am. Arrangement entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach, Florida.

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  • He is survived by his wife Ann and 3 daughters, Ann Marie and her husband Paul Daly, Barbara and her husband Sam Amerson, and Cindy and husband Jerry Brokaw. He had 4 grandchildren whom he adored, Justin, Joseph, Meghan and Tyler

Services

  • Robert Lee Conklin Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • Robert Lee Conklin Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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David Stagg III

March 4, 2019

To: Ann, AnnMarie, Cindy, Barbara and all the Family,
I was sad to hear the passing of Bob, my condolences to you all.
I have very fond memories spent with your family each year in April around my birthday as young 10yo - 15yo. I was excited to take the drive to Florida to see you all because I knew Bob & Ann would always have fun stuff planned for us. From the surf fishing (where I caught my very first Bluefish), the dune buggy Bob borrowed from a neighbor taking me through your development before it was completed, to letting me cruise around on his brand new lawn mover. And not to forget all the pool shenanigans and the awesome birthday cakes we shared. He will always have a special place in my heart for all his kindness, generosity, and for being a decent, genuine and honorable man.
I hope you will find comfort in knowing all the lives he has touched and the smiles brought to many faces.

Iris Conklin-Bradisse

March 3, 2019

Bobby was the best big brother a girl could ever have! He was kind, family oriented, skillful, fun, a super communicator, and multi talented. Bobby could fish, hunt with bow or shotgun, trap, skindive, landscape and do floral design. He was a Korean Vet - part of the elite group called Ranger paratroopers, 82nd airborn, I believe. He was employed with GM much of his life. On Christmas morning, he would show up with a pile of gifts for the younger kids in the family. Bobby will be missed for his enthusiastic zest for living, his great smile and upbeat attitude, his wonderful bear hugs, and his weekend phone calls! After God created Bob, he broke the mold. There will never be another like him. Much love to his lovely daughters, their husbands, and his wonderful wife, ann. - Iris (Conklin) & John Bradisse (Ohio) ๐Ÿ€๐Ÿ˜Žโค๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ€

Michael Bradisse

March 3, 2019

Uncle Bob was my Momโ€™s (Iris) older brother. Every single time I talked to my Uncle Bob on the phone, he was upbeat and positive which I loved hearing the most and that is what I will remember. He would always give a standing invite to come down and visit since he lived in Florida and I lived in Ohio. He was blessed with a positive soul and he will have that for eternity. Bless him.

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