In memory of
Bobby D. Kerr
In memory of
Bobby D. Kerr
Bobby Doyle Kerr, of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, died on July 28 at MJHS Hospice. Bob served his country for four years in the United States Army, primarily in West Germany; served New Yorkers for 20 years with the Transit Division of the New York Police Department, mostly in Coney Island; and worked for two decades as a building manager in Manhattan. Bob's kindness and generosity were surpassed only by his sense of humor. Born in Dallas, Bob made Brooklyn his home for six decades. He is survived by his brother Roby Kerr, his sister Linda McDermon, his daughters Khristen Kerr and Theresia Kerr, and his nephew Daniel McDermon. His beloved son, Michael Kerr, and his loving wife, Dorothy Tricarico Kerr, predeceased him. Burial will be at the Holy Redeemer Cemetery in South Plainfield, N.J. A public memorial service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in his memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, a favorite cause of Bob's, or to any other charity.
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In memory of
Bobby D. Kerr
Bobby Doyle Kerr, of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, died on July 28 at MJHS Hospice. Bob served his country for four years in the United States Army, primarily in West Germany; served New Yorkers for 20 years with the Transit Division of the New York Police Department, mostly in Coney Island; and worked for two decades as a building manager in Manhattan. Bob's kindness and generosity were surpassed only by his sense of humor. Born in Dallas, Bob made Brooklyn his home for six decades. He is survived by his brother Roby Kerr, his sister Linda McDermon, his daughters Khristen Kerr and Theresia Kerr, and his nephew Daniel McDermon. His beloved son, Michael Kerr, and his loving wife, Dorothy Tricarico Kerr, predeceased him. Burial will be at the Holy Redeemer Cemetery in South Plainfield, N.J. A public memorial service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in his memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, a favorite cause of Bob's, or to any other charity.
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