Roberts V.
GREECE: Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Predeceased by his brother, Louis Mars. Survived by his loving wife, Joan; son, Michael (Elissa) Mars; daughter, Shelly Mars; grandchildren, Megan, Jason & Rebecca Mars; several nieces and nephews. Roberts graduated from St. Lawrence University as a Civil Engineer. He was a member of the Tennis Club of Rochester and the Country Club of Mendon. Roberts had a lifetime passion of aviation. No prior calling. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday 9:30 AM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church. Interment, at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Lung Association in his memory

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  1. Dear Joan,

    Our thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your family. After losing our daughter in 2006, we know that we need to cherish the memories and that our loved ones shall always live in our hearts.

    Please know that God will take the best of care of Bob.

    With heartfelt love and sympathy,

    Walt and Jeanette

  2. Joan,
    Please accept our condolences and prayers for you and your family for the loss of Bob. We are here for you should you need our help now or in the future.

  3. Joan, Shelly and Michael.
    So sorry about Bob. I keep thinking of when you surprised him with the little dog, Mckenzie, and how he enjoyed that. I think of all of you often. My prayers are with you now. Cherish all your memories of him.

  4. Joan, Shelly, Mike and Family…
    Carolyn and I were deeply saddened to read of Bob’s passing!
    We fondly remember all the fun we had at Centerwood Drive and Foster Road. We enjoyed the times we dined together at 14 Foster Road and can remember Bob’s words as though it was yesterday, ‘Liz, you make the best meatloaf’ (or whatever it was that Liz had made). We have wonderful memories of the old neighborhood and the fun we all had with Chuck and Alice, Betty, the Davidsons, Pete, and the Allens–those times usually got off on the right foot with a Manhattan or two. I enjoyed the times Bob would share with me his masterful work on his model planes and his masterpiece model of the battleship USS Missuori. Carolyn remembers Bob’s comments when looking at a photo of Kevin as a baby, ‘he looks just like Khrushchev’. Bob will be long remembered by Carolyn and me as a kind, friendly and fun loving easy going gentle man. And, when all is said and done, that is something to cherish. If Deanie were still with us, rest assured that she would share also in our saddness, because she thought the world of Bob.
    Please accept our sympathy for the loss of your husband, father and grandfather as we say thank-you Lord for giving us Bob Mars.

    with sympathy,
    Carolyn Selbig and Gary Stein

    PS-for sure there will be a party this day in heaven with Roland, Liz, Deanie and all the special neighbors!

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. ‘The Moose’ was one of our favorite people. We will always treasure the times we spent with him.

    Love,
    Nancy and Rod

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