Robert W Hart Dewey, 45

 

Colby Kansas — Robert W Hart Dewey, 45, passed away Thursday Oct. 11, at his home from natural causes.

 

Born Dec. 16, 1961, in Glens Falls, he was the son of Shirley Ann Stewart Forth of Lake Luzerne and the late Robert A Hart of Glens Falls who passed away October of 1997.

Bob graduated from Whitehall High School in 1980. He loved fishing,

camping and being in the woods.

Bob worked for many years as a corrections officer at the Marble Correctional

Facility in Rutland, Vt. Upon his disability retirement, he moved to Hayes,

Kan., to be with his best friend John, and Linda Cook. John was like a dad to Bob.

Bob is predeceased by his grandparents William and Anita Stewart of Whitehall, and his non-biological brother, David Dewey. Survivors are his Mother, Shirley Ann, and her husband, Angelo M. Forth jr., of Lake Luzerne; his brother, Gregory A. Hart Dewey of Glens Falls, his son Adam of Glens Falls, his daughter, Crystal Hughes and his granddaughter Jenna Hughes of Fair Haven Vt.; his aunt Dixie Terry of Whitehall and his cousins Tammie Hurley Chamberlain and Chad Potter. Bob considered Tom Leonard

of Route 4, Whitehall, and Kelly Morgan of Glens Falls his good friends.

Arrangements and cremation were made at the Kersenbrock Funeral Chapel in

Colby, Kan. Soon Bob will be back home in his mother’s loving arms. At the

request of the family there will be no calling hours.

 

"My dearest child"

 In saying good-bye for now, it has been a beautiful experience to let me be part of your life and to have shared my life with you.You are now expanding further into the creative energy of the universe. So, as I leave in body, I join you in spirit.

The world evermore will be one star brighter because of you.

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