Robert C. Sorensen

robert sorensen

May 8, 1933 ~ October 23, 2021

Born in: New Haven, CT
Resided in: Woodbridge, CT

Robert C. Sorensen, 88, of Woodbridge, passed away at his home on Saturday, October 23, 2021. Born in New Haven May 8, 1933, he was the son of the late Arthur W. Sorensen, Sr. and Florence Ennis Sorensen-Hunter. He is survived by his beloved wife, Georgianna Hubbell Sorensen, daughter Amy (John) Wood of Frankfort, IL, son Christian Sorensen, his former daughter-in-law Amy B. Sorensen, granddaughter Erin Sorensen, grandson Troy Sorensen (Kayla Ruge), and great-granddaughter Eleanor Sorensen, all of Woodbridge, and his sister, Wilma Hunter of Charleston, SC. Robert was predeceased by his grandson Stephen Wood, and brothers Arthur W. Sorensen, Jr., Richard Sorensen, and Floyd Hunter, Jr.

A lifelong resident of Woodbridge, Robert truly lived a full life. A visionary man, he built many lasting relationships. He was compassionate, approachable, kind and generous, with a great sense of humor and a strong work ethic. He was a third generation owner/operator of his own school bus for over 60 years, known to his passengers as “Mr. Bob,” and also owned several other transportation businesses. He loved to plan trips and travel with his wife; together they saw the world.

Services for Robert will be private. Arrangements are in care of Beecher & Bennett Funeral Home, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Contributions in his memory may be made to Constellation Hospice, 240 Indian River Rd., Orange, CT 06477.

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  1. Sending our thoughts and prayers to the family at this difficult time. I am so happy that I came by this summer to visit. It was wonderful chatting about old times. We are very sorry for your loss. Much love, Nancy, William, and Shawn Redmond

  2. We are so very sorry for your loss. Sending our love and prayers. Love, Nancy, William, and Shawn Redmond

  3. What a wonderful man, I always enjoyed conversations with him. May all the beatiful memories bring you comfort
    Love, Brenda and Joanie

  4. So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. He was a true gentlemen and a friend to all that met him. Our heartfelt condolences, thoughts and prayers are with his family.

    Frank and Kathy Aveni

  5. We were so sorry to hear about Uncle Bob’s passing. He was a great uncle and a awesome person and will be sorely missed. We are thinking of all of you during this difficult time.
    David and Maureen

  6. Erin and Family,
    We are very sorry to hear of your Grandfather’s passing. May you and your family find comfort in a lifetime of wonderful memories.
    Christine, Michael and Kathryn McCardle

  7. Countless happy memories at the Sorensen homes on Woodbine and Amity Road-by the pool, just hanging out at the house or going out to dinner, Bobby calling my mom at all hours to see where the hell Amy and I were, the ever repeated mantra “the Candy Asses”, Martha’s Vineyard, The Island House in Florida-I still bear the scars of a horrible sunburn from me and Amy collecting coquina shells and smelling up the bathroom much to Georgia and Bobby’s chagrin, the list could go on. The fact that “Amy Sorensen” was my kids safe word growing up speaks volumes as they all know her without having met her. Bobby and Georgia and the entire Sorensen family are a part of the fabric of my life. Love and prayers to them all.

  8. So sorry for your loss. Sending deepest sympathies and keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers 🙏🙏🙏

    Nancy and Elliot Bauer

  9. Mrs Sorensen, Chris, Amy – Sending my deepest condolences and sympathies to all. Many fond memories hanging out at your home on Woodbine during my high school days. Will always remember Mr Sorensen’s larger than life personality, boundless energy and huge smile.
    With warmest regards,
    Neal DeLaurentis

  10. I had the pleasure of being on Mr. Sorensen’s bus to Amity. Your dad was always in a good mood, and we would talk about football, or his trucking company. The best spot on the bus was the first row, behind the driver. Your family should be very proud of his legacy and a lifetime of accomplishment.

  11. God bless your family and may he bring you comfort! We have countless great memories both in Woodbridge and up at Sunapee, the Bishop family will treasure all of those times.

    Our prayers are with you! With great appreciation for the many fond memories.

    Joe, Sharon and Jack Bishop; Andy and Barbara Bishop

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