Robert Donald Slack
February 8, 1961 – July 17, 2018
SLACK, ROBERT D., 57 of Chester, CT passed away peacefully at his home after a courageous battle with cancer on July 17, 2018. Born in Middletown CT, he was the son of Carmen and Dolores Slack. Those who knew Bobbie remember him as a lover for animals of any kind. He loved life and living the best kind of life possible. He followed the N.Y. Mets, N.Y. Jets and on Sunday's he would call his brother to find out what time the NASCAR race was on. He was so appreciative of his family and all the caregivers who spent numerous hours seeing that he was as comfortable as possible. He leaves behind to cherish in his memory his three son's, Robert Jr. and his wife Tanya, Nicholas and his wife Jennifer and Joseph and his wife Nicole; his parents Carmen and Dolores; his brother's, Ronald and Carmen (Kippy); His sister Kim and her husband Gary; four nieces and nephews and eight grandchildren all who meant the world to him. Anyone wanting to make a donation in his name is asked to please consider the Chester Ambulance Assoc. or ASPCA.
Robert Donald Slack
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July 25, 2018
I remember the one most important holiday which was Christmas. On the evening of Christmas Eve Bob, Cindy, Cindys mom and brother , a few of Bobs friends and l would all get together and build ALL THE TOYS that were purchased for the boys. We would be up till 5 or 6 in the AM just going gung ho until all the toys were complete and boy there was 3 of every toy, electric car, rocking chairs or horses and more to be put together. Sometimes l do not know how we did, it was unbelievable but the memories were great. The best part of all was Christmas morning when they opened their eyes and saw everything under the tree. They were so happy and full of excitement it was a time to remember and stay with you for a life time. Bob and Cindy made sure they got them what they wanted and their holidays were made to REMEMBER! You both worked hard at making memories beautiful. Rest In Peace Bob you definitely are in a better place then us!