Robert Grant, 64, died peacefully on March 26, 2015 after many years of illness. The loving companion of Linda Myers, dear stepfather of Vanessa and TJ Myers, he was loving father to Bob Yeager, Crystal, and Renee Grant, his first wife Carol’s children. After she passed he remarried Susan and Sam was born. Bob enjoyed being “Papa” to Ashley Aguilera and Angelo Croce; brother to Peggy Nolin of AZ and Chuck, Jimmy and Steve Grant all of NH and uncle of several nieces and nephews. He is a veteran of the US Air Force and served in the Army National Guard Reserves. His first career and passion was auto mechanics which led to his love for car racing (NASCAR) and motorcycles. He worked at Melrose Public Works and Greater Lynn Senior Services. Friends may visit Tuesday 4-8 pm at Boston Cremation, 287 Main St., Malden. Contributions in his memory may be made to Kaplan Family Hospice, 78 Liberty St. Danvers 01923. To leave a message of condolence, please click below.
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Linda and family, thinking of you during your time of loss. Xoxoxo
Our deepest condolenses on your loss. Our prayers are with you.
Bob will be missed by all of us so much. He was always there for us whenever we needed something fixed around the house (he was an incredible handyman) or if I had to ask someone for some advice. He was a great person with a huge heart. Even when we didn’t call we knew we could always count on him. Most of all, thanks Bob for helping me and my family when I went through a very difficult time in my life. You will always be in our memories and heart. We will miss you, but know you are watching over us. We love you.
– Diane, Molly & Nathan
I will miss my man of many years,however I know he is in peace now watching over all his families of which he cared so much about.He may not have been able to show his emotions,but I spent many hours with him near his death,and he only spoke good about all of us. I want to thank all of you from my heart for all the kindness and support showing up for his ending. He truly is smiling now, because he saw how many people loved and cared for him.
I have many good memories, and we all will move on positively knowing we all did the best we could . I truly thank all of my family,extended family and friends, Love Linda
Happy Father’s Day!
I know this is way late, but the BMHS Class ’68, sends their deepest sympathies in the loss of our classmate Bob. We had no idea, we just found out today.
I Steven I am sorry for your loss. I had looked for Bobby 5 years ago and the school reunion. I was so surprise and very sad to hear that he has passed. Over the years I have looked for him. My prayers are with you and your Lose. You will be missed. I loved being called Bobby’s girl in school. Freshman and