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Robert Trout

Robert C. Trout

Monday, February 28th, 1927 - Sunday, April 12th, 2020
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TROUT, Robert C. Passed away on April 12, 2020. Age 93. Of Maple Shade, NJ. Loving husband of Ruth (nee Tobin). Loving father of MaryEllen Trout and late Robert and Richard Trout. Caring grandfather of Robert Genarie. Dear brother of Kenneth Trout and Dorothea Sidwa, and the late Herman Trout, Edward Trout. Treasured Uncle to many Nieces and Nephews. Robert proudly served in the US ARMY during WWII and will be laid to rest in Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly, NJ. Robert was known for his many years at Cartun Hardware in Camden. He loved planning trips for vacation, woodworking and model trains. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, funeral services at this time will be held privately. If desired memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org
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Patty Lattanzio

Posted at 05:43pm
Ruth....I'm sending heartfelt condolences with the passing of Bob. He was such a likeable guy and always smiled, regardless of the situation at hand. He had an inner nature to just take things as they come, see the common sense and practicality of life, and march forward with optimism. I marveled at his woodworking skills and shop talents. His industrious nature was admirable, as was his integrity and class. Remembering him, too, for his sacrifice in serving our country, one of the Greatest Generation. May you be comforted in the memories the two of you shared together. Peace.
Your friend, Patty
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Dina Tampone

Posted at 02:01pm
Ruthie I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband, Bob. HIs memory will always be in your heart. Thoughts and prayers! God Bless! Alice Loglisci
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Mary Capparelli

Posted at 03:30am
Ruth I’m so sorry and sad for your loss. Bob was such a good guy. Mary Capparelli

Nancy Morgan

Posted at 04:05pm
Bob was such a caring man. I will always remember the lighthouse he made me for my front yard. He did a wonderful job on it.
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Cindy Norman

Posted at 03:02pm
What a wonderful man Bob was and will be remembered as to all who knew him. I had the honor to grow up with MaryEllen, and be around both her parents, Betty & Bob. Besides bothering him at work at Cartuns, or begging to have a “Shirley Temple” in the restaurant part of the Rosedale, he always had a smile on his face and was a happy person. And he truly loved his daughter and showered her with attention. Bob was a big part of my life growing up, and a good influence on me about how to treat people with respect and a smile. He always had both for whomever he came in contact with and I was blessed to have known him.
Cindy Norman
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