FULTON, NY – Robert E. Green, 34, passed away Sunday June 3, 2012.
He was born May 15, 1978, in Oswego to Leah and David Green Sr.
Bobby was known throughout the city of Fulton to be a man of various situations.
Sometimes he was bold and forceful, at other times he was telling stories of old.
Bobby enjoyed a few selective treasures in his life, especially his dog, “Mickey,” whom he loved and adored.
Bobby also revealed a desire to live and work in the agricultural lifestyle and was in the process of building a farm.
He owned and liked to ride motorcycles and was a very knowledgeable mechanic.
Anyone who spoke to Bobby knew that he knew his engines. Some people will tell of things they learned about cars because of Bobby.
Recently, Bobby’s list of treasures focused on his most treasured item, his 1979 Camaro.
Bobby loved this car. It was his prized trophy.
Bobby liked to laugh and do funny things such as his imitation of “Fire Marshall Bill.”
He was an absolute show clown when he knew the cameras were running and he was the funniest thing you would ever see in a water balloon fight.
Bobby was predeceased by his parents, Leah and David Green Sr.
He is survived by two sisters, Amanda Paro and Christina Reynolds; one brother, David Green Jr.; eight nieces; three nephews; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Bobby was known as “Uncle Bobby” to several young people in Fulton.
He will be missed by the young, old, men and women.
Bobby was himself. How you saw him five years ago is how he was until his last day.
Bobby may you rest in peace.
Calling hours will be held 10 a.m. to noon on Friday with services to follow at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton.
Burial for Bobby and his parents, Leah and David Green Sr., in Fairdale Rural Cemetery, Hannibal.
The Green family has invited Bobby’s family and friends to gather and reminisce at 323 W. Broadway (the former Italian American Club) following the committal services.
Foster Funeral Home, Inc.