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Thank You NYSUT Retirees
from NYSUT President Magee
Mr. Doyle is survived by his wife, Audrey Doyle; his sons, Robert Doyle and Dennis Doyle (Deb), and three daughters, Sally Wilson (Ken), Sharon Cariglio (Michael) and Shannon Burdick (Marcus). He was a proud grandfather of Barbie, Candido, Katie, Courtney, Robbie, Emily, Brittney, Brandon, Mikey, Kelly and Jennie and five great-grandchildren. In addition, he had four stepsons, and seven stepgrandchildren.
Founder and Member Emeritus of RC 7's Board received a service award from Brigadier General Mark O'Neil at Fort Drum. Bob Doyle was recognized both for his service to our country in World War II and for the his post retirement talks to area classrooms.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, February 18 from 4 to 8 p.m. at B.L. Bush & Sons Funeral Home, 10 Genesee St, Village of Camillus. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at Holy Family Church on Thursday, February 19 at 1 p.m. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWitt.
Contributions, in lieu of flowers may be made to Honor Flight Syracuse, Inc., PO Box 591, Syracuse, NY 13209-0591.
Date of Death: February 16, 2015.
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Robert F. Doyle, 95, of Camillus, beloved husband, father and grandfather went home to be with the Lord on Monday while surrounded by his loving family. Robert is the son of the late Dennis Morgan and Mae Doyle. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Barbara Mathison Doyle and his two sisters, Rita Gebhardt and Genevieve Turner. Robert was a very proud World War II Army veteran, and in 2013, had the opportunity to be part of the Honor Flight Syracuse Mission Two. Bob was often seen wearing his WWII Veteran's cap, which was a gift from his niece, Sister Rita Shawn. Robert taught 5th grade at Lakeshore Road Elementary School until he retired. He was the founder of the Lakeshore School Flag Day. Always involved in education, Bob was the co-founder, past president, and newsletter editor for the NYSUT retirees of Central NY. He was a 50-year member of the Tom Dooley Choraliers and a member of Ancient Order of Hibernians. Robert was a parishioner of Holy Family Church and the Holy Name Society.
RC 7 was there at the Capital in ALBANY with about 2000 of our colleagues and friends from labor to tell the governor his anti Union anti Teacher budget proposals are wrong for student and wrong for public education. President Karen Magee and the NYSUT officers were joined by Mario Cilento, President of the New York State AFL/CIO and Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan,chair of the Education Committee who encouraged us all to keep up the pressure, exersize our voices and know we are not alone in the fight for fair funding for our schools, fair evaluations for our teachers and a strong public education systems for the state's children.
Robert F. Doyle a founding member of RC 7 has died