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“So sorry for your loss. With much love, Sue and Eddie ”
1 of 34 | Posted by: Susan Chmielewski - Green Brook, NJ

“So sorry to hear about Bob's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Amorosi family. ”
2 of 34 | Posted by: Joseph Pergola - Fort Lauderdale, FL

“We were so saddened to hear of the loss of Bob. Deep condolences to Aunt Jo, Don, Tommy, Jeff, Donny and all of the Amorosi family. ”
3 of 34 | Posted by: JoAnn & Bill Jennings - Hickory, NC

“Dear Don, Just learned of the passing of your brother. You and Your family are in my thoughts. May warm memories of your times together keep him...Read More »
4 of 34 | Posted by: Sonya Martin - Hillsborough, NJ

“Our condolences to the Amorosi family. Very Sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He was a dear friend to my mother and father who always enjoyed his...Read More »
5 of 34 | Posted by: Tom Scharnikow - Branchburg, NJ

“Don, We just wanted to send you our deepest condolences on the loss of your Father. He was a funny, generous, kind, man and always made me feel...Read More »
6 of 34 | Posted by: Adam & Geri Stone - NJ

“Bob was one of the first classmates I met upon my arrival at The Citadel. In fact on that very night He and I and another classmate went out to...Read More »
7 of 34 | Posted by: Al Eads, Jr., Ph.D. - Summerville, SC

“Bob and I were roommates in the first semester at The Citadel. We were in I Company and had many good times as freshmen. May God guard his soul and...Read More »
8 of 34 | Posted by: Eugene Lesesne - Mt Pleasant, SC

“To the family of Mr. "A", I want to send my deepest sympathy and my apology for not being able to get to the viewing. I was just notified today at 10...Read More »
9 of 34 | Posted by: Carol Kaye - Piscataway, NJ

“Aunt Josie, Donny , Dottie and children. Hard for us to comprehend this news. I was looking forward to a return visit from my "cuz". Wish we...Read More »
10 of 34 | Posted by: Tom & Gina DeNapoli - NC

“Thoughts and prayers to the whole Amorosi family. Loved talking music with him, he will be missed. ”
11 of 34 | Posted by: Paul Brady - Las Vegas, NV

“I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will always cherish the times we would see each other at BINGO!! He is with...Read More »
12 of 34 | Posted by: Maureen Bedrose - Merced, CA

“I knew Bobby at Spookey Brook. He was great with people and a pleasure to be around. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing but will always value his...Read More »
13 of 34 | Posted by: Sam Browne - NJ

“Spooky Brook won't be the same without Bobby - his smile, wit and jokes. Rest in peace my friend....the first tee shot will always be for you! ”
14 of 34 | Posted by: Janet Wagner - Basking Ridge, NJ

“Our prayers go out to the Amorosi family for the loss of such a loved one. ”
15 of 34 | Posted by: Gregory Maloney - Lambertville, NJ

“My most sincere condolences to the entire Amorosi Family. Bobby was a class act and it was an honor to know him and he will be most sadly missed. ...Read More »
16 of 34 | Posted by: Dave Czarcinski - Bound Brook, NJ

“My condolences to Bobby's family. He was a great guy and made golf at Spooky Brook an "experience". I'll miss him. ”
17 of 34 | Posted by: Peter Steinheuser - Hillsborough, NJ

“My condolences to Don on the loss of his father. ”
18 of 34 | Posted by: Michael Spengler - Englewood, NJ

“Condolences to Bobby's family. Bob was one of the nicest and funniest people I've met. He made waiting at the first tee at Spooky Brook fun. He will...Read More »
19 of 34 | Posted by: Charles Filipowicz - Hillsborough, NJ

“To the Amorosi family we send our deepest sympathy. May you rest in peace Bob. Franklin and Emily Whittlesey ”
20 of 34 | Posted by: Franklin Whittlesey - SC

“Don,Tom and Jeff I am so Sorry for your loss the few times a met your Dad he made me feel like I knew him all my life. That is something special in a...Read More »
21 of 34 | Posted by: Ed Pfeiffer - Bensalem, PA

“I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you... Uncle Bob is now in Heaven with Aunt Maureen playing BINGO ”
22 of 34 | Posted by: Marion Brady - Parowan, UT

“Tom, Jeff, and Don, You know I loved your folks dearly and I will keep them in my heart everytime Sinatra plays in buzzy's or any where else. My...Read More »
23 of 34 | Posted by: ed stevens aka b-19 - edison, NJ

“He was a fellow Yankee fan, but most importantly, he was the best neighbor a girl could have. Along with your mom, I had two friends downstairs that...Read More »
24 of 34 | Posted by: Carolyn Muglia - Dunellen, NJ

“Our deepest sympathy to the Amorosi Family. Thoughts and prayers are wth everyone. ”
25 of 34 | Posted by: Grace & George Vass - WV

“Friends during the time at The Citadel, members of the Newman Club while there. He was a great guy and we shared many experiences together. I was...Read More »
26 of 34 | Posted by: John Proe - Charles Town, WV

“Our deepest condolences to Bobby's family. We played Spooky Brook weekly and Bobby was a joy to be around and made the wait before teeing off an...Read More »
27 of 34 | Posted by: Roger and Linda Stack - NJ

“I want to extend my deepest condolences to my friend Don and his entire family. Mr. A was always a huge supporter of our music and I know he will be...Read More »
28 of 34 | Posted by: Katie Blackwood - Hamilton, NJ

“I'm so thankful I had the chance to meet with my cousin Bobby again after so many years. What a fantastic reunion with Donnie, Virginia, Jim, and...Read More »
29 of 34 | Posted by: Joe Torio - spotswood, NJ

“Bobby was the starter on weekends at the Spooky Brook Golf Course. He was a professional at his job, and kept the golfers entertained with his jokes...Read More »
30 of 34 | Posted by: Fred Lau - Somerset, NJ

“To the Amorosi family I had the distinct pleasure of working and playing golf with Bobby A.I enjoyed every moment.My condolences and R.I.P.my friend. ”
31 of 34 | Posted by: bob bender - piscataway, NJ

“To the Amorosi Family, We want to send all the love we can in your hour of need. I know Uncle Bob will be missed dearly. RIP We love you!!! The...Read More »
32 of 34 | Posted by: Sheree Stringer - Pahrump, NV

“I will miss Mr.A so very much. I had the pleasure of growing up across the street. He was like our second dad. Recently. We have reconnected thru...Read More »
33 of 34 | Posted by: Eileen Beatty - FL

“Mrs. Amorosi, Tommy, Jeff & Donny......I am so sorry for your loss and will miss Mr. A on Facebook! How wonderful it was to reunite with a fellow...Read More »
34 of 34 | Posted by: Cathy Burrowes Kintner - NJ


Robert Anthony Amorosi, of Piscataway New Jersey passed on Sunday, February 16, 2014 at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He was 76 years old. Born on November 8, 1937 Robert was the son of Don J. and Josephine Amorosi. Robert, "Bob" was a graduate of North Plainfield High School and attended the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. Bob served in the United States Army and was stationed in Guam in the late 1950's. After serving in the Army, Bob and his wife Maureen settled in Piscataway, New Jersey and he was employed at Puralator. Most recently he enjoyed working part time at Spooky Brook Golf Course in Somerset, where he often played golf with his friends and family and was affectionately known as "Bobby A.". Bob was very talented at playing the accordion and played professionally. The band he formed, the Vibrations was well known in the central Jersey area from 1965 to 1985. He was an avid New York sports fan, enjoyed the race track and spent his free time perfecting his game of golf. Mr. "A", as he was lovingly known as, will truly be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Bob was preceded in death by his wife of 49 years, Maureen Amorosi and his father, Don J. Amorosi. Surviving are his are his loving family; his mother Josephine Amorosi of Sunrise, Florida, his sons, Tom and his wife Beth of Somerset, Jeff and his girlfriend Lori of Clinton, and Don and his partner Doug of Flemington; his brother Donald Amorosi and his sister in law Dorothy Amorosi of Piscataway, his grandchildren Karissa and her husband Addison, Dominic and Alicia; his great-grandchildren Jude, Caylee and Shane; and his many nieces, nephews and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Robert's name to the Wounded Warriors Project. To send your condolences to the Amorosi family, please sign our online guest book.

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