Robert Gramacy

Robert Gramacy

Sunday, November 7th, 1943 Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

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Ryan Gramacy

He was the most dedicated and most loving dad that I have ever known. I'm honored that he raised me and grateful that he couldn't have left me a clearer road map for raising our kids. He was my friend and hero. I cherish every second I had with him, and will miss him for the rest of my life.

We'll talk in my dreams, until we meet again. Here's looking at you, kid.
Comment | Posted at 03:31pm via Condolence

Dara Moss

Mr. Gramacy is an inspiration. He was a remarkable person, a fabulous teacher and a kind friend. So very saddened to hear of his passing. I was blessed to have him as a teacher for four years. He challenged me to be a great student, motivated me to overcome significant life challenges, cheered on my efforts, and was truly a wonderful friend. I will miss him. I feel blessed to have known him. He inspired me with his genuine kindness, zest for life, and outgoing personality. I am a better person today having known him. Thank you, Mr. Gramacy. Sending my love and healing wishes to your family. Always, Dara Moss
Comment | Posted at 08:08pm via Condolence

Dan Meyers

Bob will be missed by all. He truly was an amazing spirit that touched many lives in our tennis community!

Dan & Shari Meyers
Comment | Posted at 10:27am via Condolence

Bonnie Schuman

Rafi and I hope that you will be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you, and wish you the blessings of strength and healing.
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Dan Golub

Bob had an uncommon generosity of spirit. Whatever he loved - and he loved many things - he shared with the rest of us, and delighted in seeing us grow and learn. He devoted himself to being a wonderful husband, father, father-in-law, stepfather and grandfather, but even if you were not related to him got feel a part of that love. Because Bob treated his students, his friends, his neighbors, his children's friends, and even many strangers, as though they were part of his family. It is very difficult to imagine a baseball game, a theater showing a classic film, a beautiful national park, or even my own home, without Bob. Although we will miss him terribly, he is, to us, alive in all of these places, and many more. We love you Bob.
Comment | Posted at 02:29pm via Condolence

Sue Gramacy

Dan - that was so beautiful and so true. Thank you so much for what you said. My Bob will be missed at all those places and will be thought of often. Love, Sue
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