Robert Anthony DIEGO
January 17, 1944 – July 17, 2019
Robert Anthony Diego age 75 of Sahuarita, AZ born January 17, 1944, passed away July 17, 2019. Bob was an Army veteran. Loving Husband, Father & Grandfather.
Loved all sports , but being a native to New Castle Delaware he had always been a diehard Eagles Fan.
He had a lifelong love of music was familiar with music of all decades not only appreciated listening,but dancing as well.
His Father was an accomplished pianist.
Loved his Family,eating, festivity's tapioca pudding and whip cream.
Analytical minded whether it was Sudoku or sports stats.
Survived by Wife Grace, Sons Brian and David Grandchildren Mathew, Nicholas, Tessa, Vincent and Nathan. Great Grandson Cooper.
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Robert Anthony DIEGO
August 12, 2019
My Dearest Bob! What a precious hearted person you were! I will always remember how you were so very passionate about your sports and even the local High School football team at Pottsgrove. But most of all, I will always remember your greatest passion was and always will be your Gracie, the love of your life.
Thank you for the joy you were to all of us.
Love always and forever,
Dave & Dee Parris
July 27, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember
him at the pool. I will keep you and your family in my prayers
July 23, 2019
Our condolences to you Grace & your family. He is in a better place.
July 21, 2019
Well Bob, brother-in-law, Don and I will miss the many fun get-togethers we've enjoyed thru the years with you, Grace and your sons. I loved how you daily showed your love to them in All the many things you did daily. God Bless You!
July 19, 2019
Robert (Bob, Bobby) Diego was my pop pop (daughter of David Diego). I’ll always cherish the memories we’ve shared like going to concerts at the casino, spending the Fourth of July’s together, dancing and singing, all the water parks we went to and going down the water slides because Tessa wanted you to. I’m saddened but also happy you are no longer sick or in pain, you served a great life and had a beautiful home and family and I hope you know just how loved you truly were. I’ll miss The party shirts and sandals and days of soaking up the sun at the pool. You could eat like no one I’ve ever met in my whole life and you sure did love ice cream. I love you forever pop pop. Rest in paradise. ❤️