Robert L. Collopy Jr.
Collopy, Robert L, Jr (January 16,2017). Beloved husband of Mary Jane Collopy (nee Clark) Loving Father to Robert (Lisa) L. Collopy lll, and Joseph (Shona) E. Collopy. Loving Grandfather to Austin R. Collopy. He will also be missed by his sister Florence Neeley and nephews Brian, Mike and Curt Neeley. He will also be missed by his beloved dog Greta. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa in 1941, proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1960-1964. He then went on to work as a Structural and Mechanical Design Draftsman, Retiring in 2007. Robert also enjoyed the great outdoors and spent his time hunting and fishing with his family. Services will be private. In Lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted in his name to the Veterans Affairs or the N.R.A.
We love you Dad, You will truly be missed by everybody that knew you,you were our rock and knew how to fix all of our problems. You can rest easy knowing that we will be there for Mom everyday , Mom misses you and loves you . Miss you Bud .
Rest easy uncle bob. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. Your smile always brightened the room! I will miss you. R.I.P. I love you
I’m so sad Uncle Bob. I remember so much about you and Aunt MaryJane really making my childhood enjoyable and special. I remember your hearty laugh and the way you said “geeezz”, and I remember you showing me things in the garden. Im thankful that I made you laugh one last time in the summer with my “card”. You were a great Uncle but an even better Godfather. Love you always.
You were always so nice to me, I will miss you!
We love you Dad! Thank you for the special times that we had and the things you have taught me. You taught me to be a better son, husband, and most of all, a better father! You will always be Austin’s “buddy”. You are in a great place now and we will watch over mom. We miss you and love you!
So sorry about Bob’s passing. You are all in my prayers.. Bob was such a wonderful man. I am sorry I can’t be there today. I just returned from Maryland visiting Brian I can’t drive any more or I would stop over to see you.. We are all there with you in spirit.
Robert was an awesome co-worker at WA Schmidt in Horsham where we worked together as draftsman. He taught me alot and was always fun to work with. He and I worked second shift together alone and I was fortunate to learn about him and his family. He always talked about them. I was in the NAVY at the time and we also talked about the mitary a lot. Glad I got to know and work with Bob. He was a great friend. Sorry for your loss.
Bob this was a shocker. You were a great guy and a lot of fun to be with. We will always remember the fun and laughter we had playing cards at your house. And we will miss your infectious laugh. We love you Bob. We are sending our thoughts and Prayers to Mary Jane and the Boys.