Robert John Dulin

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Robert John Dulin, of 760 Mix Avenue, Hamden, died on November 5, 2007 in Hamden after a brief illness. Born on June 4, 1932, in Bridgeport, he was the son of the late Andre and Katherine Elias Dulin. He is survived by his loving wife Gloria DuBrow Dulin, his adored daughters, Susan DuBrow of Hamden and Margie DuBrow of Philadelphia, and his brother Edward and wife, Virginia, of Shelton. He also leaves his three nephews, one niece, and two grandnieces. He was predeceased by three brothers Andrew, Steven, Joseph, and a sister Helen. If ever there was a kind and gentle man, it was Bob. His creed was kindness to all people. His family was his pride and joy, as was he to theirs. Funeral service at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, Wednesday, November 7th at 11 a.m. followed by a burial at Beaverdale Memorial Park. In lieu or flowers memorial contributions in Robert's name may be sent to the organization of your choice.

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  1. Dear Gloria, Margie and Susan, How deeply sorry I am to read of Bob’s passing. I know his kindness, compassion and obvious, quiet, loving strength are true losses to all of you. But how fortunate you and Bob were to have each other. Gene joins me in sending our deepest condolences. Sadly, Norma

  2. Dear Gloria, Margie, and Susan, We’re thinking of you and just want you to know that if you need us, we’ll be there. Bob was such a lovely man, and his kindness, love and spirit will never leave you. Love to you all, Cindy and George

  3. Dear Gloria, Susan, and family, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I didn’t know Bob well, but he was always a smiling face in the waiting room when you came for appointments and so helpful and devoted to both of you. I know he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, Barbara Roach

  4. Dearest Gloria and Susan: Please accept your sincerest sympathy on the loss of your wonderful, loving and caring man, Bob. He was one of the nicest and friendliest people imaginable. Bonni and Kenn Venit

  5. To The Family of Robert Dulin, My name is Bob Smith. I owned Amity Pharmacy in New Haven for many years as well as being the pharmacist. Bob was a customer in my store for as long as I can remember. He always stood out in my memory as the kindest customer I ever had. If I was having a difficult day – who walked in the door – your Bob. Not only could he bring a smile to my face, but my day would no longer be difficult. He was a very special man and I am proud to say that I knew him. I send you my utmost sincerity during this very difficult loss in your life, but remember that he was a kind man and that he will not be forgotten. Again, I am so sorry for your loss.

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