Robert J. Dul Sr.
March 17, 1936 – January 23, 2020
Robert J. Dul Sr., 83, beloved husband to Angela (Liburdi) Dul, of Kensington, passed away Thursday January 23, 2020. He was born in New Britain and was son to the late John and Bertha (Adamowska) Dul. He had worked for CCSU for many years, as well as AYO Packing Co. He really enjoyed fishing, bringing his sons to Walnut Hill Park and always being there for both his sons no matter what they needed. He will be remembered for singing and yodeling. In addition to his wife, Angela, he will be dearly missed by his children: Robert J. Dul Jr. and spouse Aileen Dul of Newington, Barry Lee Dul and Kathy Cacela Dul of Manchester, and one grandson Tyler and grand-dog Tilly, as well as many nieces and nephews. A time of visitation will be held Monday, January 27, 2020 from 8:30-9:30am at New Britain Memorial Donald D. Sagarino Funeral Home, 444 Farmington Ave., New Britain. Funeral services will follow with his Funeral Liturgy at 10AM in Sacred Heart Church, 158 Broad St, New Britain. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, New Britain. For directions or online messages, visit www.newbritainsagarino.com.
- John Dul (Bertha (Adamowska)), Father (deceased)
- Angela (Liburdi) Dul, Wife
- Robert J. Dul Jr. (Aileen), Son
- Barry Lee Dul (Kathy Cacela), Son
- Tyler, Grandson
- Robert is also survived by a grand-dog Tilly as well as many nieces and nephews.
- Visitation Monday, January 27, 2020
- Funeral Liturgy Monday, January 27, 2020
Robert J. Dul Sr.
January 27, 2020
My Dad by Barry....
He was brave and caring, He was always there to help.
I was 7, I got stung by a bee and my dad was there as I was screaming in pain,
He took my pain away
I was 10 fishing with my dad. As I threw the fishing line out and I screamed in pain as the hook got caught in my ear, my dad was there, He took my pain away
I was 26 and in the hospital. I couldn't walk, the doctors were sticking me with a big needle in my spine, my dad was there holding my hand, He took my pain away.
Whenever I needed any help my dad was there, He always took my pain away
My pain is now real bad, I know one day I will be with him in Heaven and He will again take my pain away...with love...your son...Barry Lee.
Maureen Tremblay Seaburgh
January 26, 2020
Bob was a great neighbor, always a wave or a greeting. He loved his family. He loved taking care of his yard. Lawn, bushes, flowers were always taken care of and he took pride in doing it himself.
Even when he couldn't do it himself he watched over those doing it for him. He will be missed.
Our condolences to Angela and the family.
Maureen Tremblay Seaburgh and family.
Barry Lee Dul
January 24, 2020
My Dad....Who he was to me....At my dad's Church service at Sacred Heart on Monday January 27th ...there will be a letter read about who my dad was to me. I wrote this letter titled "My Dad by Barry"...please listen to the words with your mind and soul as it will tell you who my dad was to me...A dad who was always so brave and caring...I love and miss you so much...your son...Barry