In memory of
Robert (Bob) O'Connor
In memory of
Robert (Bob) O'Connor
Robert (Bob) O'Connor 1937 - 2021 In San Francisco on January 15, 2021. An only child, born in San Francisco to John Joseph O'Connor and Beverly Carrie Given on November 11, 1937. Of Irish Catholic descent he attended Notre Dame Des Victoires Elementary and graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco and was a United States Navy Veteran who served overseas in Southeast Asia from 1957 through 1959. Robert worked for 30 years as a Computer Technician at Pacific Motor Trucking Lines (PMT). Bob was a fantastic swing dancer and loved the likes of the music accompanied by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Ray Charles and Neil Diamond. He was a family man and delighted in our annual traditions, giving our mom a break; such as: trips to Marine World, Barnum & Bailey Circus, every 2nd Sunday of July Annual Family Picnic at Blackberry Farm...not to mention the weekend bowling and frequent trips to Candlestick Park to cheer on our SF Giants. He was a true fan of our SF Giants and SF 49ers. Bob was a wonderful husband to his surviving wife Janice O'Connor of 63 years, the father of 8 children: Susan, Beverly (Brian), Mark, Colleen, Lisa (Jim), Donna (Ray), Chris and Kerry (Joe), grandfather of 13 and great grandfather of 1, with another on the way. In his formative years he enjoyed learning new tax laws and preparing taxes for his family. He fought a long battle after having a major stroke...no surprise there...he was a warrior to the end. We say Rest in Peace dear husband, dad, grandfather, great grandfather and buddy to all who knew him along with his dearest beloved friends David and Ardath Delee who have given unwavering support to his wife Janice since his rehabilitation began. You shall be loved and missed forever, but never forgotten. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, January 28th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at DUGGAN'S FUNERAL SERVICE – THE DUGGAN WELCH FAMILY, 3434 – 17th Street in San Francisco where COVID-19 attendance restrictions are in place. Services will be held for the family on Friday January 29th at 1:00pm at the funeral home followed by interment at Skylawn Memorial Park, HWY 92 in San Mateo at approximately 2:45pm where all are welcome to attend and participate.
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Duggan's Funeral Service
3434 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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In memory of
Robert (Bob) O'Connor
Robert (Bob) O'Connor 1937 - 2021 In San Francisco on January 15, 2021. An only child, born in San Francisco to John Joseph O'Connor and Beverly Carrie Given on November 11, 1937. Of Irish Catholic descent he attended Notre Dame Des Victoires Elementary and graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco and was a United States Navy Veteran who served overseas in Southeast Asia from 1957 through 1959. Robert worked for 30 years as a Computer Technician at Pacific Motor Trucking Lines (PMT). Bob was a fantastic swing dancer and loved the likes of the music accompanied by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Ray Charles and Neil Diamond. He was a family man and delighted in our annual traditions, giving our mom a break; such as: trips to Marine World, Barnum & Bailey Circus, every 2nd Sunday of July Annual Family Picnic at Blackberry Farm...not to mention the weekend bowling and frequent trips to Candlestick Park to cheer on our SF Giants. He was a true fan of our SF Giants and SF 49ers. Bob was a wonderful husband to his surviving wife Janice O'Connor of 63 years, the father of 8 children: Susan, Beverly (Brian), Mark, Colleen, Lisa (Jim), Donna (Ray), Chris and Kerry (Joe), grandfather of 13 and great grandfather of 1, with another on the way. In his formative years he enjoyed learning new tax laws and preparing taxes for his family. He fought a long battle after having a major stroke...no surprise there...he was a warrior to the end. We say Rest in Peace dear husband, dad, grandfather, great grandfather and buddy to all who knew him along with his dearest beloved friends David and Ardath Delee who have given unwavering support to his wife Janice since his rehabilitation began. You shall be loved and missed forever, but never forgotten. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, January 28th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at DUGGAN'S FUNERAL SERVICE – THE DUGGAN WELCH FAMILY, 3434 – 17th Street in San Francisco where COVID-19 attendance restrictions are in place. Services will be held for the family on Friday January 29th at 1:00pm at the funeral home followed by interment at Skylawn Memorial Park, HWY 92 in San Mateo at approximately 2:45pm where all are welcome to attend and participate.
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Services Provided By
Duggan's Funeral Service
3434 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Past Services ╲╱
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