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In Tribute to Robert J. Coll
35 years old.   Residence: Glen Ridge, N.J.
Died in World Trade Center

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He was a great man.

*** Posted by James Conte on 2009-12-28 ***

My mom just emailed me about this site, so it is my first visit here.... I knew Bobby from all of the wonderful summers we spent growing up in Ocean City, NJ. He was the best of friends with my younger brother, Blaise, and younger sister, Dana. He was blonde, beautiful, kind, and really funny with a smile that instantly put you in a good mood and an energy that lifted spirits wherever he went. I remember laughter and friendship and joy. I remember him coming over to our house and telling stories that made us laugh until we cried. I remember Bobby with my brother and the rest of the guys being silly, cracking jokes, playing games, and planning parties. I remember Labor Day weekend being so much fun that you never wanted to miss it.... Sadly, I was unable to make it to OC for Labor Day 2001, so I didn't get to see Bobby. Shortly thereafter he was gone, and we are left with a void in our hearts.... But every summer I visit Bobby's bench at 16th Street, and I remember.... And I say a prayer.... And I know that I will never, ever forget....

*** Posted by Kirsten A Santianni, DO on 2009-12-27 ***

December 29th. Happy birthday, Bobby! We love and miss you dearly.

*** Posted by Pamela Coll on 2009-12-27 ***

Robert Joseph Coll, also known as Bobby, was a sweet, caring person who helped everyone around him. He had a short life, but he had a great life, and we celebrate his life on the day of 9-11. Life would have been different if that day hadn't happened, but that day brought all of us closer, and we knew that Bobby would always remember us, and we would think about him in our hearts and never forget him. He put his life aside to help someone in need, and that makes him a hero to everyone who knew him. If you knew Bobby, you would know that, if you needed help, he would be there for you no matter what. My family has enjoyed reading all of these comments because I am actually Bobby's daughter, and we loved him so much and will never forget him. Thanx.

~Megan Coll

*** Posted by Megan Coll on 2009-12-27 ***

I was walking the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ and saw his name on a bench. My nephew Bobby Mcilvaine, age 26, also died at the towers. Now each time I pass the bench, I stop and say a prayer for the two Bobbies and our families.

*** Posted by susan richards on 2009-01-04 ***

I am reading this memorial page to Robert J. Coll, and wondering if he is a relative of mine I have never met. Coll is not a common name.

My heart breaks for the victims of 9-11, on the planes, in the buildings and those who witnessed firsthand, and those who watched on television...all victims! 

jsellyeh@iaw.com

*** Posted by Janet Sellyeh (maiden name Coll) on 2006-08-09 ***

Last seen climbing up the stairs of Tower 2 helping others up along the way. He was unaware that this was suicidal. This hero along with others with him went to work as usual and disappeared. A worker who survived described him as blonde, blue-eyed, and handsome. The instant Tower 2 started collapsing, its upper section of floors above the imapact zone tilted toward the east. Things inside fell from tables and shelves, rolled down floors, and slide across rooms and hallways into desintegration. Rumbling, cracking, and violent shaking. Then blackness.

*** Posted by Stories of Survival on 2005-06-01 ***


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