Robert L. Browne

March 6, 1950 - October 25, 2016

Age 66, of Castile, died October 25, 2016 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

He was born March 6, 1950, in Junction City, Kansas son of the late Clinton and Gladys Sprague Browne. Robert was employed as a farmer for many years. He enjoyed traveling and has been to all forty-eight states on the continent. He loved music and his canine companions, Abby and Izzy.

Surviving are his children, Roxanne Browne of Mt. Morris, Taylor (Nick) Dale of Nunda, Clinton (Christy Miller) Browne of Pike, Chasity Browne of Urichsville, OH, Robert Browne, Jr. of Portland, OR, Michelle Hackett of Delevan; several grandchildren and great grandchildren; his siblings, Katie Browne of Warsaw, Norma Jean Browne Perkins of Presque Isle, ME, Becky (Steven) Rand of Presque Isle, ME, Lloyd G. Perkins, Jr. of Tennessee; several nieces and nephews. He was the father of the late Darcy Barker.

There are no calling hours. A graveside service will be held Saturday, October 29 at 10 AM at Maple Grove Cemetery, East Rd., Gainesville, NY. Arrangements are being completed by Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, Warsaw.

Important Dates

October 29, 2016 : Graveside service for Robert L. Browne at Maple Grove Cemetery, Gainesville - 10:00 AM

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Oct 31.16 from Denise White Rader:
So sorry for your loss.Find comfort knowing he is with some of your loved ones looking over you all now.

Oct 31.16 from Ruth Gebauer (Munch):
Bob I miss you and "the kids" so very much! My thoughts and prayers are with all your family.

Oct 31.16 from Chasity Browne:
I love you Dad more than you'll ever know!!!! Til we meet again save me a spot next to sissy... Love and miss you always love your daughter 😘😍😘😍

Oct 28.16 from Judy Illerbrun:
Will very much miss seeing Bob out with Izzy and Abbey and the conversations we had God Bless your family at this sad time prayers are always there..

Oct 27.16 from Suzette and Harley Cobin:
Wow Bob. Harley and I can not believe you have left this earth to a better place in the Heaven. You were such a true friend. I admired how much you loved you dogs. Abby and Izzy they were your pride and joy. You are going to be sadly missed. Harley and I are glad that we
knew you and your family. It will not be the same when we go over to see the girls and not see you out walking either Abby or Izzy so I could go out to pet them. You are surely going to be missed.

Oct 27.16 from Maryann jones:
Bob, sweet Bob, i am going to miss Abby and Izzy terribly, with all of my heart. and you are still with us. 😇 I cannot accept that i will not see you every day, as usual. Until we meet again, in Heaven, be good and I still
hear that jingle from the collars , i know you are still around...see you later dear Bobby, my dear
old friend ...😇
Love you and you are in my heart, as always...
Maryann 🐕🐕

Oct 27.16 from Rebecca King:
Bob, sweet sweet Bob...
You have fought the Good Fight,
You have finished the Race,
You have kept the Faith.
Give Jesus a hug from me and please ask Him to hug you, from me.
On Tuesday, just this week, as I was sitting outside with a couple of other residents ( Maryann Jones ), you came walking by , as always, we could hear the sweet sound of the " jingle " from Izzy's collar and tags, you stopped, as always to chat a bit, and for the very first time ever, I got up from the chair and walked over to you and gave you a huge hug, and for an unknown reason, something kept me there hugging you, I kissed you on your neck, you graciously hugged me back and I whispered in your ear " you are so warm " and then when you had to leave to take your sweet pup back to get Abby for her walk, as you walked away I said to you that I hugged you extra long because it kept me so warm. It was a very cold and bitter day and then as you walked away, I remember saying to you, as I always did " God bless you Bob " and I think I heard you say " He does " ...
It is very quiet here now with you and Abby and Izzy no longer here, but I know that you are in Heaven and I sometimes hear that jingle of the collars and tags and I know that is you out walking the pups...I will never forget and we shall meet again one fine day, my friend, in the Great and Almighty Kingdom of our Sweet Savior, our Creator, our Dear Father God.
Until we meet again Bob.......
I love you 💖😇

Oct 27.16 from Linda. Cain:
Rest In Peace Bob You will be sadly missed at Washington parks apts.

Oct 27.16 from Yvonne Broman:
I am so sorry for your great loss :( . Bob always treated me like I was family . I'll never forget how him and Darcy were always so kind. Now they will be together ...<3

Oct 27.16 from Larry&Fay Hoyt:
My heart goes out to Bob's family. God Bless you all. Bob will be greatly missed and I will always remember his Hi Lawrence most every day he was here. A sad day for all of us that knew Bob.