OBITUARY

Robert M. Olohan Sr.

October 14, 1952December 27, 2018

Robert M. Olohan Sr. age 66 of Ocean View, DE died Thursday December 27, 2018.

Born in Portsmouth Naval hospital in Portsmouth, VA he grew up and lived in Newark, NJ for 36 years. He worked for the USPS for 40 years where he lived in Beachwood, NJ, Superior, CO, Evergreen CO, Owings, MD, and Shadyside, MD before retiring in 2014.

He is predeceased by his father Robert E. Olohan. Surviving are his mother Claire Olohan of Toms River, NJ, 3 children Maureen Vicari and her husband Sal of Manahawkin, NJ, Tara Esteves and her husband Joseph of Newark, NJ, and Robert M. Olohan Jr and his wife Laura of Harrison, NJ, 4 grandchildren; Joseph, Jake, Robert, and Violet, his brother Richard and his wife Catherine of North Arlington, NJ, his brother William and his wife Catherine of Iselin, NJ, and his sister Eileen Geraci and her husband Frankie of Stillwater, NJ.

Memorial will be Saturday Jan. 5, 2019 from 12-4 PM at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home 26 Mule Rd. Toms River, NJ 08755.

In lieu of flowers please make donations in Robert’s honor to Susan G. Komen foundation https://ww5.Komen.org Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.quinn-hoppingfh.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 5, 2019
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Robert M. Olohan Sr.

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Jill Hannah

January 5, 2019

Bobby O and I were friends for 20 years. We had so many good adventures. I remember skiing at Snowmass with Bob singing the "Bonanza" theme while hurling down the mountain. We drove to meet Lee at a meeting in Buffalo from DC and visited Niagara Falls and went to Toronto to the Hockey Hall of Fame. How cool was that! One thing I just remembered was one day we started at Ford's Theater and followed the route that John Wilkes Booth used to escape after shooting Lincoln. I was amazed that he wanted to go and it turned out to be really fun finding our way. I sat on his porches and drank beer in Superior, and both places in Maryland and was so happy that I was able to meet up with him in Delaware this fall. I liked visiting him and eating dinner in restaurants he knew on the water and going to Ocean City. We ate Italian food in Little Italy in New York and Baltimore. Bob was a good friend. He was smart and funny and there for his friends. I know his family meant everything to him. Miss you, Bob.

Patty Rieger Sulewski

January 5, 2019

Although I was not able to be there today for Bob’s Memorial, please know that he and all of you are in my thoughts and prayers, have been in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to be. He will be sorely missed. I will miss him, particularly his wicked sense of humor. May you all find peace in the time ahead. May Bob rest in peace. ♥♥♥

~ Patty

richard olohan

January 5, 2019

Bob, one of my favorite times in the last few years was our night with the Ironbound Irish when you decided to surprise Bobby ( President of the IIAA at the time) by attending. We spoke about it,I purchased the extra ticket for Tim and we hoped that it remained a secret until the night of the dinner.You pulled it off & it was a great night. Love you brother.always.Rich

Greg Graves

January 4, 2019

There are so many great memories to share about my dear friend Bobby O. I had the joy of having a cubical right next to his at the District Office in Denver- We had a half wall between us so we literally sat about 3 feet from each other. We worked very hard but there is no doubt we had a lot of fun while working together. One of my favorite memories was watching the Rockies and the Mets at Coors Field and a line drive homerun came right to us and as we tried to catch the ball it smacked off of both of us and landed in the lap of someone who didn't even stand up. That's the type of fun we had together and the luck we had while we were having fun. I really missed Bobby O over the years and I can still hear his voice giving advice "All you have to do is ..." was his patent line as he would give sage advice mixed with a lot of humor. We love you and will miss you and most of all we are better in our lives to have known you.

Sal Castelli

January 3, 2019

Just saw the notice in today's paper. He was a great friend and co-worker. I worked many years with Bob at the USPS in Colorado. To the entire Olohan family, I am truly sorry for your loss.

Bill Olohan

January 3, 2019

Brother Bob,

I'm sorry but when I saw this picture I just couldn't resist one last chance to bust your chops on the golf course . . . & then of course, you would dig out your two sided chipper & put it on the green . . . $%#@#$%!!! (I think you'd appreciate the humor at a time like this . . .)

Thanks for a lifetime of memories too many to list - what I'll remember most is that we had a lot of good times (& more than a few beers) together & in the end, there's nothing wrong with that, is there?

You were a lucky man in so many ways & you will be missed by many but never forgotten.
Brothers forever!!!

Love you,
your baby brother Bill

Tara Esteves

January 3, 2019

Dad, It is still unreal to me that you are gone. Every time the boys do something, I want to pick up the phone and call you or text you. I need you here still. I miss you so much already. I feel lost without you. I know you are no longer suffering and that is the only reason I have any peace about losing you. We love you very much and hope you are our guardian angel. Xoxo

Robert Olohan

January 2, 2019

Dad thanks for being an amazing man, father, and most of all pop to your beautiful 4 grandchildren. No more suffering and we will all be strong and make you proud! You were my best friend. Love you!

Lee McGirr

January 1, 2019

Lee McGirr

January 1, 2019