Robert Mauro

Robert Mauro

Tuesday, May 27th, 1980 Sunday, February 16th, 2020

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Obituary for Robert Mauro

Robert W. Mauro, 39, of Enfield, passed away suddenly on Sunday, February 16, 2020 at his home. Born in Hartford, CT on May 27, 1980, he was the son of Antonio and Doris (Montminy) Mauro and grew up in Somers, graduating from Somers High School in 1998. He went on to further his education by receiving his Bachelor’s Degree from UCONN and his MBA from UHART. He worked as a Chemical Engineer for several area firms before working for Tremco. His passion in life was his 2 daughters and loved every minute he spent with them. Besides his parents, Antonio and Doris Mauro of Conway, SC; he leaves his 2 beloved daughters, Isla and Daphne Mauro of Tolland; 2 brothers, Jeffrey Mauro of Boynton Beach, FL and James Mauro of Enfield; his grandmother, Shirley Mauro of Plymouth, MA; and several aunts and uncles. His family will receive friends on Friday, February 21, from 4-6 PM at Leete-Stevens Enfield Chapels, 61 South Rd., Enfield. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a fund the family is setting up for his daughter’s education. Check back for more details. For online condolences, please visit

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    Friday, February 21st, 2020 | 4:00pm - 6:00pm
    Leete Stevens Enfield Chapels
    61 South Rd.
    Enfield, CT
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    Friday, February 21st, 2020
    4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Cindy Check

Dear Doris and Tony,
Although I didn't know your son, I feel that he would be just like you two. You are both in my thoughts and prayers along with your grandchildren.

With love,
Bob and Cindy Check
Comment | Posted at 05:33pm via Condolence

Lauren Stefanik

I am so so sorry for your loss. I didnt know about Rob until today. My father Richard Bennett used to work w his dad, and I went to somers high and used to play pool w Rob. I am so very sorry for your loss and wishing you all of our prayers from my family and myself
Comment | Posted at 09:06pm via Condolence

Paul Riesebieter

Dear Antonio, Doris and Family;
Hello, my name is Paul Riesebieter, Rob and I worked together at Tremco.

I took these photos (loaded up in the photo album) on my last driving trip to Texas (3915 in Utah) along with 3955, 3960, 3962, 3966 and 3970 heading West through South Dakota, Montana and Idaho.
I thought of Rob when reviewing these images; he just wanted to do his best while working at Tremco or whoever he would be working for; “The Sky was the Limit”! I picture Rob on a horse riding the range, finding a new mineral and coming up with ideas of how it could be used to make a roof coating better than what it was. He was knowledgeable in building material chemistry; I always enjoyed listening to his ideas on how to make a product better or why one chemistry provided this while another approach might create this positive or this negative. Antonio and Doris, you have a wonderful son, I will miss him. The Bible promises a resurrection and Rob will one day again see many beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

Rob was a father who wanted the best for his two girls…..he dreamt of how “The Sky had no Limitations” when it came to his Isla and Doodle (Daphne). He spoke of them often when working together.

Lois and my heartfelt condolences to Rob’s Mom and Dad (Antonio and Doris) and his immediate family and extended friends.

Sincerest reflections and condolences,
Paul and Lois Riesebieter
PO Box 2897
Vancouver WA 98668-2897

360 601 3661; personal
Comment | Posted at 07:04am via Condolence

Karl & Roberta Fleck

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Mauro and family.We are so sorry to here of Bobby's passing. Our son Erich graduated High School with him and they were good friends. He was such a good kid and my husband always enjoyed having him at our house when Erich and he use to get together.Our prayers are with Bobby and you.
Comment | Posted at 06:14am via Condolence

Jason Kulas

Will always remember him letting me borrow 2 White Zombie cd's and telling me enough about Pantera to give me metal credibility without actually listening to their music, such a nice man and big influence!
Comment | Posted at 06:05pm via Condolence

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