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Robert E. Dandrow

Funeral Services were held privately for Robert E. Dandrow, who died on Saturday, August 6th at the Tufts Medical Center of Boston, following a fall he sustained while at his residence. He was 64 years old. Robert was a lifelong Revere resident, he attended Revere Public Schools and was an alumnus of Revere High School, Class of 1969. Immediately after graduation, Robert began to work at the Charlestown Navy Yard as a “Machinist”. After the Navy yard closed, Robert began a long career in the “Car Rental Business”. He worked for several of the larger firms, but maintained a longtime position at Enterprise Car Rental. He became an Inventory Control Manager with Enterprise. Due to an affliction with Celiac Disease, Robert was forced to retire much earlier than he had desired. Robert lived a very simplistic and humble life. He was an avid fisherman, often times with his Dad & his brothers by his side. He was also a quintessential “Boston Sports Fan”, reveling in every victory and agonizing with every loss. Most of all his family was paramount, especially spending time with his two nieces.

He is the Cherished son of Edward Dandrow, Sr. of Revere & the late Barbara D. (Cheetham) Dandrow. Loving brother of Frederick L. Dandrow & Edward Dandrow, Jr. & his wife Donna. Adored uncle of Melissa L. Dandrow & her fiancé Christopher Davis & Jennifer Dandrow and grand uncle of Ayden Davis, all of Revere.


Funeral Services were Private

Remembrances may be made to the Celiac Disease Foundation, 20350 Ventura Blvd., Suite 240, Woodland Hills, CA 91364.

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  1. Jim & Jean DiGiovanni
    Aug 14 2016

    Dear Ed and Family, We just read in the Journal of Bobby’s passing and we are so sorry for your loss. May the memory of Bobby’s love help to ease your sorrow. Love Jimmy & Jeannie

  2. Mr & Mrs Alfred Barzykowski
    Aug 9 2016

    Words can’t express how saddened we are to hear of your loss.

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