Robert "Bob" Elliott
November 5, 1970 – November 15, 2019
Robert “Bob” Elliott 47, of Harwich passed away on November 15th at Cape Cod Hospital due to ongoing health complications. He is survived by his mother Kathy Libby of Harwich, his two sisters Shelley Leandre (Ken, South Dennis), Heidi Kampersal (Mark, Holliston), two daughters Shannon Davenport (Dennis), Kelly Davenport (Springfield), his son Xavier Elliott (Harwich), his step-son Zecharia Taylor (Harwich), two grandchildren Jacob and Jolie Jones (Dennis).
Bob had a kind heart, and loved people in his own very special way, and was always the life of every party. He enjoyed playing darts both socially and competitively, holding many championships. He enjoyed his job of many years for Hohmann Landscaping working for Joe who he considered the greatest boss ever. He also enjoyed social gatherings with friends and family. Although he may have appeared distant at times, he always loved bragging about his children first, and his many nieces and nephews. A man who always wished circumstances were different, he paid attention to the details many others may have missed.
Bob was predeceased by his father (Wayne Nobre), his brother (Kyle Elliott) and his daughter (Ashly Davenport).
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Robert "Bob" Elliott
November 27, 2019
I miss you more and more everyday. The house is so quiet without your humor and laughter. Your boys miss you very much. Xavier is fine then falls to pieces. I know you are watching him and us all. Mark and i are doing the best we can by following all of your wishes. Dont worry i will complete the rest.....i promised. I miss my best friend and so does mark. I miss you so much it hurts and thank god mark understands because the three of us had a interesting relationship that most simple mided people couldnt and still cant wrap there heads around. Until we meet again. Forever and always love you.
November 19, 2019
I will always have the fond memory of the love and happiness there was when we celebrated Xavier's 8th birthday. I'll miss you frosting man.