Robert
Ft. Meyers FL: Suddenly, Sunday, January 3, 2010 at age 67. Survived by his loving wife, Anne LaForce; sons, Robert Jr. (Pam) LaForce, Andrew LaForce; brothers, Richard (Donna) LaForce, Roger (Donna) LaForce, Roy (Maryann) LaForce, Ron (Barbara) LaForce; sisters, Pattie (Ed “Aquaman”) Schultz; Mary (David) Johnson; several grandchildren; several nieces and nephews No prior calling. Services and interment held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Sea Breeze Volunteer Fire Department where Robert was an active member on the 1970’s

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  1. Always enjoyed talking with Bob at different family gatherings over the years. It seems strange to think of the ‘La Force Family’ without Bob. We know he will be greatly missed by many. May you all find peace in your many memories.

  2. Bob graduated from John Marshall High School in 1960. I always looked forward to seeing him at our class reunions. He will be sadly missed by many in our class.

  3. Bob was a grest friend and competitor, during all my years running and coaching the Red Onions of Spencerport.
    I will send a donation in his name to
    Sea Breeze Fire Department. I am truly sorry to here of his passing.

  4. Dearest Mary,

    I would have paid my respect to you in person, as you did for me, so please accept this as my sincere condolences to you and your family.

    Sincerely, Elaine Farrell Parizek

  5. I can’t believe he is gone..I have known bob for many many years..A lot of good fun memories..I am so sorry to hear he has left us..My heart goes out to his whole family..You are in my prayers..

  6. sorry to hear about bobs passing, I have missed him since he moved to Florida. I’ll remember the good times at Parkview and our bowling trips he’s probably up there having a pop with ronnie,terry and the rest of our friends that have passed

  7. to all the Laforce families on behalf of our family may i extend our sincerest prayers and sympathies on the passing of Bob. he was a great guy with a big heart and a real zest for life…. his laugh and huge smIle and constant optimisim were his trademarks. he’ll really be missed ………..remembering the good times. john geisler

  8. To the entire LaForce family; I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to all of you on the loss of Robert. May you take comfort in remembering all the good times that the family had together. Stay strong and again my sympathies. Tom.

  9. Very sorry to read of Robert’s passing. Last time I saw you young people was when I came to Verita’s visitation. Had hoped to keep in touch a little bit, but that never seems to happen. Don and I are now living in Webster, and would like to hear from any of you. I’ve always talked to Mary and Patti, and enjoyed being in touch. Blessings to all, and I wish peace to you all. With Love, Rose.

  10. We are so shocked to learn of Bob’s passing. We had so many good times together and much laughter. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the entire LaForce family. So, so sorry.

  11. We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Past Asst Chief Robert LaForce and Past Championship Driver for the Indians in their WNY Championship seasons of 1979 and 1980. Bobs competitiveness and heart will truly be missed by many.
    Chief Dave DeRoller
    Sea Breeze Fire Department
    Driver-Indians Drill Team

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