Robert (Bob, Ottie) Little

Condolence Book for

Robert (Bob, Ottie) Little

Walkinstown, Dublin

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Dear Martina & children
So sorry to hear of your beloved Dads passing.
Fondly remembered from his years on Stannaway Road. May the love you shared and the memories you have be a comfort to you at this sad time and may your dear Dad Rest in Peace
Back with his beloved Evelyn 🖤

— Jennifer O'Toole
Our most sincere condolences on the passing of your Dad Martina
Barbara and Noel
— Barbara O'Donnell
Deepest sympathy Martina and family on the passing of your dear Dad. May he rest in peace.
— Anne O’Connell
To Martina and family we send our deepest condolences on the death of your father: We both were very sorry indeed to hear of Bob’s passing. Always a pleasure to meet with his welcoming smile and warm handshake. May he rest in peace.
— Fergus and Sylvia
Our sincerest condolences to Martina, Ian and Sarah on the passing of your Dad and Grandad. May uncle Ottie rest in peace.
— Gerry and Karen Little
Deepest condolences to all of Bob's family. He was a great man and I really enjoyed playing bowls with him. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.
— Brian Doyle CYM
Tina, my deepest sympathies to you on the loss of your Dad, may he rest in peace
— Kathy Slattery
Please accept our condolences Martina on the passing of you dad , we only knew him a very short time but it was pleasure to get to know him even just a little. He was a gentleman
Adrienne and Richard Blessington
— Adrienne and Richard Kitt
I offer my deepest sympathy to you Martina and family on your very sad loss. Bob was loved by everybody and will be greatly missed.
— Enda Fitzpatrick
So very sorry to learn of Bob's passing Martina. He and Evelyn were such a lovely couple. They were at our weddings in St Agnes in June 1980. Deepest condolences on your loss. You are in our thoughts here in New Zealand
— Des and Irene Lewis
Martina, Ian and Sarah, I’m so sorry for your loss. It was an absolute privilege to have Bob as a neighbour; he was such a gentleman, so much fun, and an inspiration to us all. You took such great care of him, and now he can watch over you. Rest in peace, Bob, we will miss you greatly and remember you fondly.
— Stephen Gentleman
Tina, Very sad to hear of Bobs passing, a gentleman with a great sense of humour RIP
— Mark J
Martina so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. I loved watching the two of you dance. May he rest in peace.
— Roy Cunningham
Just wanted to convey my condolences on the passing of Bob. Never got to talk to him but he always gave a big warm friendly wave.
May he rest in peace.
Derek ex CYM Tennis member.
— Derek McQuaid
We are so very sorry for your loss, Martina. Your Dad was such a lovely man, with a great sense of humour. Glad we got to know him. May he rest in peace.
— Sheila & Finbarr
Martina, Ian and Sarah, our sincere condolences on the loss of your lovely Dad and Grandad. We are thinking of you all.
— Kelly Family, Butterfield Close.
Omg so shocked to hear of the death of your beloved Dad. I didn't know you Martina but your lovely dad used to always talk about you in the shop to me about the two of you doing the Ballroom Dancing. I will miss our lovely chats now he was a delightful customer a pleasure to serve and chat to.My sincere condolonses to you Martina and all the family. May his gentle soul rest in peace. 🙏❤️
— Mary Centra Drimnagh
To Martina Sarah and Ian so sad to hear of your dads passing he was such a gentleman and a great dancer
St Marys Park.
— Ann & Paddy Ryan
Martina, our sincere condolences on the death of your Dad, he was a wonderful gentleman and an inspiration to us all. May he Rest in Peace.
— Jim Barry & Elizabeth Mulhare
Our deepest sympathy to Martina and family on the sad loss of your lovely dad Bob. Such a lovely man may he rest in peace.
— Pauline and Joe Skelly
Condolences to Martina Ian & Sarah on Bob’s passing he was a great neighbour on Stannaway Road
— Ann& Tony Hamilton
IMartina, Sarah and Ian.
Deepest sympathies to you all at this very sad time on the loss of your beloved DAD and GRANDAD .
It has been an honour and a privilege to have known him and we became good friends from the day he walked into my dance studio with your lovely Mum and you Martina as a little girl so many yesrs ago.
He was loved by everyone and will be missed by one and all.
He faught a grest fight right up to the end but now he has gained his wings and will watch over you all.
Rest in peace my friend
— EVERNA City Dance Centre
So sorry for your loss Bob was such a lovely man will always remember him dancing when we had our little nights out in the cul due sac rest in peace Bob 🙏
— Valerie and ken
Martina and family , so sorry to hear of the passing of Robbie, fond memories of our chats in Superquinn, sundrive. May he rest in peace.
— Lillian and Gerry
Dear Martina, Ian and Sarah, so very sorry for the loss of your Da and Granda. Rest in peace uncle Robbie, give aunt Evelyn and Nana a kiss from us.
Sincerely Melanie, Ryan and Nina.
— Melanie
I was sad to hear the news about uncle Robbie... nad hope the familly wil find strenght in his memory.
— Alex veltrop
Our deepest sympathies and condolences to you Martina and all your family on the passing of your dad. He was a lovely gentleman. May Bob Rest in Peace.
Yvonne Harris & Pauline McCabe.
— Yvonne Harris
To all Bob's extended family, my sincere condolences. It was a pleasure to play bowls with him. May he Rest in Peace
— Hugh Barry CYM
Dear Tina,

Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your amazing Dad and to Ian and Sarah on the loss of their Grandad. May the memories keep him in your hearts forever. RIP
— Jane, Damian, Matthew & Ava McGuinn
Deepest condolences Martina on the death of your lovely Dad Bob. He was a complete gentleman with a terrific sense of humour and a love of ballroom dancing. We will miss him at dancing and we have wonderful memories of our times with Bob
— Moira and Paul Skelly
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