In North Haven, Oct. 20, 2003, Robert Jackson Dill, Jr. of 380 Skiff Street, North Haven. Born March 3, 1957 the son of Emily Ford Dill of North Haven and the late Robert Jackson Dill, Sr., brother of Pamela Dill Steeves of Swampscott, MA and Judith Dill Griffiths of Wallingford, uncle of Dean Robert Steeves, Laurel Anne Steeves and Alison Leigh Ginter. Mr. Dill had been a co-owner of the former Malone's Three Steins Restaurant in New Haven and was a manager for McDonald's Resturants. He attended North Haven High School. A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, October 22, 2003 at 1 P.M. at Mount Carmel Congregational Church, 3284 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Ronald McDonald House of CT, 501George St., New Haven, CT 06511. Arrangements under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden.

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  1. BOB WILL ALWAYS BE MISS.HE WASA VERRY CARRING PERSON HE WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEART.WILLALWAYS BE MISS.LOVEALWAYS ERICA.

  2. Bob you were more than a Boss too us you became apart of our family and we will miss you so much i chose you as a godfather for my son because i knew you were the kindest person alive and he will miss you as well you wil be in are deepest thoughts and hearts forever and .lil Ne ne. will always remeber you thank you for being there for him no one could have been a better godfather we will miss you

  3. BOB,WE BAPTIZED A CHILD TOGETHER SOMETHING I KNOW YOU WERE VERY PROUD OF.I DIDNT KNOW YOU LONG BUT IVE BEEN BLESSED TO KNOW YOU.I JUST WISH I COULD HAVE KNOWN YOU LONGER YOUR A GREAT GUY.GOD BLESS,AND REST IN PEACE.LOVE ALWAYS YOUR GODSON\’S GODMOTHER

  4. I am sorry not to be able to attend the memorial with Bill tomorrow but wanted to take this opportunity to express how deeply saddened we are. Bobby was like a brother to Bill for such a long time and he was a good friend to both of us. Although the years and miles caused us to lose touch, Bobby has and always will be a part of our lives in memory most often accompanied by a smile. With love and sorrow, Kathy and Bill

  5. To Bobby\’s Family, There are no words to express the depth of sorrow that we all feel at the loss of our friend. I first met Bobby in 1975 in Caldors in the Hamden Plaza when he and his friend followed my girlfriends and I around the store trying to convince us to come and play pool, a passion of Bobby\’s back then. We shared so many laughs and funny, funny times together since that time when we were kids. I regret that it has been a while since we were in contact, but I will always remember what a truly wonderful friend and person he was and that tonight a star in heaven will shine brighter. My most heartfelt sympathy to all of his family.

  6. To me, .BOB., is one of the most considerate,highly appreciated and well respected men that has graced me with his presence through this lifetime. Greatly remembered for his guidence and passion to see others succeed. He has opened my eyes to see the world for its finer things and not so much its defects. Knowing Bob for the past eight years has made a difference in my life as well as others around me. His joyous smile has brighten up the world for others around him so much that he could only know by watching over us now and seeing how his presence still shines through like a bright ray of sunlight in the window on a stormy day.To his mother, who i was never givin the chance to meet, my deepest condolences go out to you, Bob spoke very highly of you, and to the rest of his family, my deepest sencerity to you as well. .BOB., you\’ll always be in my heart. With Love, Angie

  7. To the Dill family my sincerest condolences and if there is anything I can do to help you,please feel free to contact me at 2035626132.

  8. To the Dill family, Bob was a great guy with a big heart and he will be sadly be missed. In my thoughts and prayers, Donna Della Camera

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