Blue blood ran thru his veins: Bobby’s life centered on law enforcement. He started in 1964 in Swedesboro as a reserve officer and later went with Woolwich Twp Police. His later years found him as Chief of Police in South Harrison. Bobby was an old fashioned cop: there was never any need to profile, he knew every person in his communities. Bobby always had a second career: he drove a school bus, a farm truck and a dump truck and ran his own company, Goslin Industrial Cleaning Service for 25 years. Everyone knew he was standup and honest guy.
He is survived by wife, Eva S., three children, Andrew (Sandy), Linda (Keith) Rogers, and Terrence (Kim), one granddaughter, Courtney Rogers and his caregiver and companion, Barbara Murphy.
Come celebrate 75 great years Wednesday 9-11 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro, where there will be an 11 a.m. story time service. Tell a great story about Bobby at lifecelebrationstudio.com.