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Robert B. Braddock

Robert B. Braddock

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07/16/16 11:02 PM #13    

Dennis M. Dixon

So sad to read the news of Bob's passing. What a schock! He was a friendly and out going guy. I always looked for him whne I returned to campus for a function. He will be surely missed at reunions. RIP! DM

07/17/16 09:30 AM #14    

Robert E. Webster, III (Webster)

Knew Bob a little, always had a smile on his face and glad to take a moment and visit.  May he RIP

07/17/16 08:50 PM #15    

Matthew J. Zientek

My deepest condolences to Bob's family.  Bob has answered the last "TAPS" call.  His day is done and he has done well all that has been asked of him.  Rest in Peace.  Fall In to the eternal PMC long gray line.

07/18/16 08:56 AM #16    

Bob Murphy

Rest in peace Bob. God be with you.

08/03/16 12:38 PM #17    

Richard E. Remash

Another good guy gone.  My thoughts and prayers are with Bob and his family.  Rest In Peace. 

10/08/16 06:45 PM #18    

Richard E. Borton

Yesterday we entered Bob's cremains at the Atlantic County Veterans Cemetary in a private ceremony. His brother Dick,  PMC '65, Dick's wife and a few close friends being present.

Dick has graciously donated Bob's class ring to the PMC Museum. Dick will not be at homecoming so he has entrusted me to turn it over to the museum at this year's Homecoming.

10/09/16 02:25 PM #19    

Dennis M. Dixon

So nice that Rich Borton could be at Bob's service. Classmates to the end!

10/15/16 04:35 PM #20    

Craig A. Sponenberg

Bob and I were good friends for about the last two years at PMC and after graduation.  He really did like people and was always ready to help others who were more introverted.  We went to Europe together, had several double dates and later I visited him at the shore and Northfield, NJ.  He was a spiritual person and that helped him through some hard times later in life.  I'm surprised he never married.  Rich Borton was a great friend of Bob's.  Thanks to Rich for being there until the end.  Bob (or RB as he was sometimes called) had a happy and wonderful influence on me. 

10/16/16 01:09 PM #21    

Ronald Romanowicz

A display of PMC Class Rings can be found in the PMC Museum. In memory of Bob, his ring has been included. It will always  bring back my memories of Bob. This happened due to the help of Rick Borton and the Braddock family.

10/17/16 07:15 PM #22    

Kenneth W. Byerly

Ron...thank you. Thank you Rick for your friendship that lasted over the years and for securing Bob's ring for the museum.

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