Robert J. Gaydash

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Mr. Gaydash had come to our shop for many years to sell us supplies. He always brought a very cheerful attitude and friendly smile. We looked forward to his visit on Monday morning. Although, it had been awhile since we had seen him, it saddens us to hear of his death. May the family find comfort durning this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May he rest in peace.


Posted by: Bill and Sandy Seals - amherst, OH - friend   Jan 08, 2013

Such a very nice man that it was an honor to know & do business with. You will be sadly missed!
Steve Jones


Posted by: Steve Jones - South Amherst, OH - Friend   Jan 08, 2013

Ryan,
I'll never forget your dad's trust and belief in me . It helped my business stay afloat more than once. His confidence in me kept me from giving up when things got hard. He even yelled at me once when I surely needed it. I'll remember that one forever.
Although we'll all miss him, you now carry the torch. We're all glad for that.
Write me sometime .
Matt Costanzo
mattsuperduty@gmail.com


Posted by: Matthew Costanzo sr - Sarasota, FL - body shop customer   Jan 07, 2013

A good person and a friend to all. A smile and a wave of the hand was always there. He will be missed. The Siegfried Franke family.


Posted by: Rainer Franke - North Ridgeville, OH - Friend   Jan 06, 2013

Always ready and willing to lend a hand,
Always checking in on his friends and neighbors.
I will always have good thoughts when hearing his name and
unique greetings when stopping by.


Posted by: Sandy Bober Wolfkikll - Saint Paris, OH - Friend and Neighbor   Jan 06, 2013

We just lost a wonderful person in our life
Bob has been a friend since childhood...back to the day of kick the can and neighbor hood kids fun. Over the years he watched out for my parents on old Rt 10 and kept in contact to find out the latest news.
To all of Bob's family we send our sympathy. He was one of a kind and we all can recall the best memories from his life. Wish we could be there to share in his service
May He Rest In Peace
Dick and Toot


Posted by: Dick and Lucille Spicer - Sarasota,, FL - Good Friends   Jan 05, 2013

Ryan... We have Known and loved your father for over forty years and have many fond memories of his smile and his wit. We remember when you were born and how much he cherished you. Our hearts go out to you and the rest of your family. May it be a comfort to you to know that we will be always be there for you. Love you, carry out your Dad's tradition and keep those camp fires burning. Ret & Dick Jones


Posted by: Dick & Ret Jones - wellsboro, PA - Friend   Jan 05, 2013

Ryan, Nancy and I are really sorry to hear about your Dad. He helped me out more than a few times. I always looked forward to conversations with him. Call me anytime, I'm in the book. I'm sure he and Ralph Newman are looking at old cars somewhere. Please accept our condolences. Mike and Nancy Perisic


Posted by: Mike and Nancy Perisic - N.Ridgeville,, OH - friend   Jan 05, 2013

Ryan,
So sorry to hear about your loss.
May the great memories you both shared together help you through your time of sorrow.


Posted by: Dean Rummel and The Dirty Dozen Hunting Camp - Port Allegany, PA - friend   Jan 04, 2013

I was so very sorry to learn of Bob's passing. My father and I built many engines for " The Farmer" during the Sixties. I remember many a Saturday night on my father's patio, swapping stories and "bench racing" with Bob. He was a real character and will be truly missed by both myself and my father, Don Macbeth. May you rest in peace, Bob.


Posted by: Jeffrey Macbeth - Grafton, OH - friend   Jan 04, 2013