In Memory

Robert J. Adrian

Robert J. ADRIAN
Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home, Inc.
5541 Main Street
Williamsville, NY
Jul, 8 2021
4:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home, Inc.
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ADRIAN - Robert J.
July 5, 2021. Beloved husband of Ann M. (nee Wangler) Adrian; loving father of Sarah Jane (John) Robichaud; devoted grandfather of Emma Rose and Nicholas Robert Robichaud; cherished son of the late John K. and MaryAnn Adrian; dear brother of Peter, John (Doreen) Adrian and Jacqueline (Robert) Buck; brother-in-law of Timothy (Paige) and the late James J. (Nancy A.) Wangler; also survived by nieces and nephews. The family will be present to receive friends Thursday, July 8th, from 4-8 PM, at BEACH-TUYN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5541 Main Street (at Cayuga Rd.), Williamsville. Friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial, Friday morning, July 9th, at 9:30, in Ss. Peter & Paul Church, Williamsville. Please share your condolences at

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07/07/21 07:32 PM #1    

Bill Dougherty

Very sorry to hear of Bob's passing.

We were good friends when I lived on Cadman Dr during HS. He had a great family and lived about half way between my house and Bob Becker's house. We're all getting older but it's sad to hear this kind of news since still consider all of us as still kids.

God has him now.

Bill Dougherty

07/08/21 11:58 AM #2    

Rex Zimmerman (Zimmerman)

Bob was one of my closest friends at Williamsville and we have kept in touch regularly.  It was a very sad day yesterday when I learned of his passing.

I will remember Bob as a guy who always had a smile on his face and who would do anything for anybody.  He has been my lifeline back to Williamsville since I moved away, seemingly knowing about most of our classmates and what has transpired in their lives since graduation.   

He will be missed.

07/08/21 11:00 PM #3    

Dawn M. Andrews (Matot)

I last saw Bob just after our 50th reunion.  We met for drinks and to catch up on life.  Just after the shutdown of everything because of Covid, I received a text from Bob inquiring if I was doing okay and how I was coping with everything.  It was very thoughtful of  him.  That was the kind of guy he was.  I have many fond memories of him from our high school years and then our reunions.  I’m still trying to come to terms with his passing.  Bob you touched many lives, be at peace.

07/08/21 11:49 PM #4    

Bruce Sabatino

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing.  I agree with Rex.  I don't think I ever remember seeing Bob without a smile on his face.  I never really got to know him, but I was always happy to see him and he just seemed to radiate good cheer and positive energy every time I saw him.  I am sure he passed on that spirit of goodwill and optimism to his family, loved ones, and friends.  God Bless you, Bob.  Rest in Peace.  

Bruce and Beverly (Baum) Sabatino.  Monroe GA

07/09/21 10:35 AM #5    

Robert J. Becker

I was greatly saddened to hear about Bob's passing.  We were neighbors on Cadman Dr and hung out together from elementry school through high school. Just thinking back remembering our little group and those summer days we thought would go on forever. It was a wonderful place and the best of times to grow up in our little corner of Williamsville.

Everyone seemed to go their own way after high school , but I had the pleasure of catching up with Bob a few years ago at our reunion. He will be missed.

Jn 14: 1-3

07/21/21 05:01 PM #6    

Gale E. Peters

I just came across this, and am shocked and saddened. Bob was always cheerful, friendly and helpful to everyone. He will be missed. The world was a better place with him with us.

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