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Paste, Jr., Robert William

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April 25, 1971 - October 27, 2020

Paste, Jr., Robert William

Robert William Paste Jr., of The Villages, Florida passed away on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 in Dallas, Texas at the age of 49.

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Carrie Richardson

December 03, 2020 2:00PM

Even though we hadn't spoken in some time, I always hoped and prayed that you would get well.
I'm sorry I wasn't able to help you more. I know now you are at peace.
Love you always-

Sarah Goodwin

November 14, 2020 3:14PM

Uncle Bobby,
It’s impossible to think of my early childhood without thinking of you. I always adored how proud you used to be strutting around with me in the pink carriage all through town. Then later in life surfing with me in York Beach, Maine to skiing with me up at Loon. I will always hold these fond memories close and I’m very grateful that I got to have you as my uncle, for the time we did. Every birthday will always be special to me, as it always has since it’s our shared day. May you Rest In Peace and remind us in little ways that you’re still here with us. Love you, always. Sarah

Kenneth Wright

November 02, 2020 1:21PM

Although Bobby and I drifted apart over the years, I have and will always love him. I am proud to have been his uncle and also one of his God Father’s as well. He went too soon, and I am sorry that I did not get a chance to say good bye. But, I know in my heart that he knows I am thinking of him and will see him one day again on the other side. I will always remember Bobby’s first word “Hockey” I can still remember sitting around the living room in Pelham NH telling Bobby to say hockey and all the fun we used to have when I used to baby sit him and Kim. I will always remember the party pack snacks, playing with play doo and all the fun we had at York Beach. My you rest in peace until your family is all together again in Heaven. Love now always and forever. Uncle Kenny