Robert W. Monahon, Jr.


Most days he could be found at a local lake, casting a line and wearing his well worn welders hat. Bob was an ever thoughtful son: every morning started with a call to his mother. Of course it came from a land line; Bob had tossed his cell phone into the lake, joyous he never had to talk to another telemarketer. But he did bend and later bought one for his daughter. He was a complex guy but kept his meals very simple: peanut butter and butter sandwich washed down with a black and white shake. Late nights found him searching the channels for his favorites: John Wayne and Rambo movies. Growing up he was a typical big brother. One moment he’d be scaring his sisters with his alter ego “Bad Boy Louie “. The next he’d be protecting them by chasing the boys away.

One day while fishing at Lake Narriticon, Bob noticed a pretty girl riding by on her bicycle. In fact she’d ridden by him quite a few times. Bob and the late Heidi Clouser would wed and be blessed a daughter, Rachel and a son, the late Matthew. He is survived by his mother, Carole Monahon and sister, Cheryl Kappler. He was pre-deceased by his sister, Karen Sandone.
Come celebrate 60 great years Wednesday, October 18 from 9 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be a service at 11 a.m. Interment Lake Park Cemetery.

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  1. Joseph Sandone

    Carole and Cheryl. I’m sorry to hear about Bobby. Even though it has been a long time I still consider you family and always will. This news caught me by surprise and I am greatly sorry for your loss. I will always remember the time when he taught me how to drive a stick shift in the Ranger. We were laughing so hard we were crying. I just wanted to say I’m so sorry and I will be praying for you.Love Joe

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