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Robert Kilpert

Robert A. Kilpert

Sunday, May 8th, 1938 - Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
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Robert A. Kilpert, 81, of Wappingers Falls, passed away Tuesday March 3, 2020 at Vassar Bros. Medical Center. He was born in Brooklyn May 8, 1838, the son of Robert Kilpert and Gladys Lister. He was an Army veteran and employed at IBM E. Fishkill. He is survived by 3 Sons. There will be no calling hours or service. Cremation Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery.
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Rey Anthony Mamuyac

Posted at 11:16am
So sad to hear of the loss of Bob. He was our tenant of 8 years but more like a family member. With his great sense of humor and his knack for being able to fix almost anything, he would always leave us with a smile on our faces.
Gone but certainly not forgotten I am sure that he is up there in heaven fixing what ever is broken and zooming around in his truck...free.

Dan Seegars

Posted at 06:18pm
I will miss Bob; he's been a friend and co-worker for many years. Not seeing him at the annual E-Bean luncheon will further sadden me. I've taken the liberty to post this photo of him. My sincere condolences to the family. Rest in peace my friend.

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