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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Robert G. Guinasso

1934 - 2021

Seattle

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Bob passed away peacefully March 19, 2021 at home surrounded by his family. He was born July 24, 1934 in Seattle, Washington, and married Roberta Hickey on February 1, 1958. Bob was preceded in death by his son Joey, son-in-law Jack, parents Cash and Rose, brothers Chuck (Rosaria), Ed (Carol), John and sister Christina. Bob is survived by his wife Roberta, son Bobby, daughters Sue and Linda and daughter-in-law Stacy. He is also survived by siblings Sally, Joe (Sherrie), Mary (John) and Gerard (Pam), sister-in-law Bernie, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. His greatest gift was his unconditional love for his grandchildren Nicole, Vinny, Anthony and Julietta.


Due to Covid, services will be private. It will be livestreamed https://vimeo.com/olgseattle and https://fb.me/e/40mfNE7wU.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Bob’s name to Providence Hospice of Seattle Foundation at www.providence.org/hosdonate (Patient Special Needs Fund). Please sign Bob’s online guestbook to the right of the screen.

 
 

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Carolyn Bob

April 9, 2021 11:39 AM

Bob was such a great guy, and a wonderful family.  Our prayers and sympathy to all.
Bob and Carolyn (Costanzo) Trautmann

Lynn Salter

April 7, 2021 4:27 PM

Bob was such a fun, happy guy. There was always a smile and hug when he greater people.. He was a wonderful dad and loved his family above all else. We feel so fortunate we got to know him over the years. Sending condolences and love to his family. Lynn and Mike Salter 

Dan Hathaway

April 5, 2021 12:45 PM

Bob was a great neighbor.  I always enjoyed talking to him as he always had lots to say about almost anything.  I remember how much he enjoyed spending time with his family, especially watching him playing with Anthony when he was growing up. Sorry about the loss of Bob as he will surly be missed by all.

Larry Ramirez

April 5, 2021 12:41 PM

I had the pleasure of playing against Bob for many years when he played for Elbow Room, and then even more fun when we played together in the Old Timers League at Lower Woodland Park. He was a fierce competitor, one of the best hitters I saw but more importantly, a great guy, a gentlemen and devoted family man. We had a ball sitting in the dugout, telling and retelling softball stories from our heydays. 

To his wife and family, my deepest condolences at the passing of truly great man. 

Larry Ramirez

warren k erkenbrack

April 4, 2021 12:56 PM

I remember Bob from playing fastpitch in 70s-80s at Lower Woodland in Metro League. 
Great guy and well respected. To the Guinasso family, sorry for your loss. 

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