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Robert Visconti

12-29-1930  -  08-21-2017

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Mr. Robert P. Visconti, age 86 of Fort Lauderdale, Florida died on Monday, August 21, 2017 at the Fort Lauderdale Health and Rehab.  Entombment will be held on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 2:30pm at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery where he will be laid to rest next to his wife, Nina. 


 

2505 N Dixie Hwy

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Lynne Minervini

Bob had a "largeness of heart" that endowed him with the ability to care "truly, madly and deeply" for his Nina, his cousins, his friends. He had many musical talents too, but by far, his greatest gift of all was the love song he gave to his Nina. It was the happy song of many years of marriage but his greatest song of all was the long and lovely goodbye of 24/7 years upon years devotion to his wife, Nina , who suffered from Alzheimer's. He never left her side . He was the husband of husbands, the cousin who called on my widowed mother-in-law with weekly frequency and visits . He had a wonderful ability to connect with his friends and us. I can hear his voice now....saying, "I love you." We love you ,too Bob. You never forgot us and we won't forget you. God bless you forever...."truly, madly and deeply."

 Posted August 28, 2017 - 3:06pm
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Robert Minervini

Nina Visconti was my mother's cousin. My wife Lynne and I have many fond memories of Bob and Nina. When we lived in Florida many years ago, we enjoyed listening to Nina's beautiful singing voice and Bob's expertise on the keyboards and his repertoire of jokes. In recent years, we stayed in touch with Bob by phone. He was very lonely after Nina passed away. He adored her. Now Bob and Nina are together again. We will miss them both.

 Posted August 28, 2017 - 1:47pm
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Amy Minervini

Bob was a warm, affectionate cousin always ready with a joke to make you smile and brighten your day. He was a positive person who doted on his beloved wife Nina (and she him). They had a beautiful relationship based on mutual respect, innate musical talent, and a quick wit. Bob, we love you very much and will miss you dearly. I wish we didn't live so far away from you. We know you are flying with the angels and reunited with Nina in heaven. All of our love, Amy, Robbie, and Lillie

 Posted August 24, 2017 - 3:48pm
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Stefani

Uncle Bob was the best of the best. He and his wife Nina (Aunt Nina) were masterclass singing/piano performers. Their voices made many hearts happy over the years. Uncle Bob loved his wife Nina with all of his heart and took care of her until her last breath. He also loved his sister in law very much. He would talk about the fond memories they had of playing cards, telling jokes, cooking, and of course eating out at their favorite restaurants. Though miles apart, the sound of Uncle Bob's soothing voice will always ring true in my heart. He would always end every conversation with "I love you baby..." I know he is with Nina and my grandparents, Nina and Vito in heaven. I can picture them now playing cards and cracking jokes. Uncle Bob will forever be loved and missed here on Earth.

 Posted August 24, 2017 - 3:38pm

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Robert Visconti

December 29, 1930  -  August 21, 2017

Robert Visconti

December 29, 1930  -  August 21, 2017

Obituary

Mr. Robert P. Visconti, age 86 of Fort Lauderdale, Florida died on Monday, August 21, 2017 at the Fort Lauderdale Health and Rehab.  Entombment will be held on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 2:30pm at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery where he will be laid to rest next to his wife, Nina. 


 

2505 N Dixie Hwy

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Comments

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L
Lynne Minervini

Bob had a "largeness of heart" that endowed him with the ability to care "truly, madly and deeply" for his Nina, his cousins, his friends. He had many musical talents too, but by far, his greatest gift of all was the love song he gave to his Nina. It was the happy song of many years of marriage but his greatest song of all was the long and lovely goodbye of 24/7 years upon years devotion to his wife, Nina , who suffered from Alzheimer's. He never left her side . He was the husband of husbands, the cousin who called on my widowed mother-in-law with weekly frequency and visits . He had a wonderful ability to connect with his friends and us. I can hear his voice now....saying, "I love you." We love you ,too Bob. You never forgot us and we won't forget you. God bless you forever...."truly, madly and deeply."

 Posted August 28, 2017 - 3:06pm
R
Robert Minervini

Nina Visconti was my mother's cousin. My wife Lynne and I have many fond memories of Bob and Nina. When we lived in Florida many years ago, we enjoyed listening to Nina's beautiful singing voice and Bob's expertise on the keyboards and his repertoire of jokes. In recent years, we stayed in touch with Bob by phone. He was very lonely after Nina passed away. He adored her. Now Bob and Nina are together again. We will miss them both.

 Posted August 28, 2017 - 1:47pm
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Amy Minervini

Bob was a warm, affectionate cousin always ready with a joke to make you smile and brighten your day. He was a positive person who doted on his beloved wife Nina (and she him). They had a beautiful relationship based on mutual respect, innate musical talent, and a quick wit. Bob, we love you very much and will miss you dearly. I wish we didn't live so far away from you. We know you are flying with the angels and reunited with Nina in heaven. All of our love, Amy, Robbie, and Lillie

 Posted August 24, 2017 - 3:48pm
S
Stefani

Uncle Bob was the best of the best. He and his wife Nina (Aunt Nina) were masterclass singing/piano performers. Their voices made many hearts happy over the years. Uncle Bob loved his wife Nina with all of his heart and took care of her until her last breath. He also loved his sister in law very much. He would talk about the fond memories they had of playing cards, telling jokes, cooking, and of course eating out at their favorite restaurants. Though miles apart, the sound of Uncle Bob's soothing voice will always ring true in my heart. He would always end every conversation with "I love you baby..." I know he is with Nina and my grandparents, Nina and Vito in heaven. I can picture them now playing cards and cracking jokes. Uncle Bob will forever be loved and missed here on Earth.

 Posted August 24, 2017 - 3:38pm

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  • Allowed file types: png gif jpg jpeg.

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