- 37 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 27, 1962
- Date of passing: Mar 16, 2000
|Let the memory of Tony be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Robert Purvis, 37, born on June 27, 1962 and passed away on March 16, 2000. We will remember him forever.
"Merry Christmas my loving son, I love you so"
"Happy Bithday my big brother. I love and miss you with every breath in me!"
"Happy 54th birthday, Tony, my precious first born. Forever missed, forever loved."
"I miss you, Tony. You were my soul mate, my best friend, my lover, my confidant, my partner in crime, my teacher, my protector, my favorite musician and my dear sweet husband. You have reunited with your brother and I am sure that pleases you. I will see you in heaven someday and until then, watch over your mom and sister. Loving you always."
"Tony miss u my friend We had some good times !!!!"
"16 years now. I so miss your laughter and the sound of the beautiful magic that happened when your hands touched a piano. I miss you fighting with me and even calling me names. I miss your smart wisdom that use to drive me crazy. I miss you telling stories of what you use to do to me when we were little. I miss you my brother!! I love you forever."
"You are forever missed, my son, every moment, every day. I love you."
"Happy Birthday, my Tony, I love and miss you so much, so deep.
"I miss you so very much, my son."
"Happy Birthday my precious Tony, I love you and miss you immensely."
"I love and miss you my brother!"
"I love you"
"My son, my son, my heart aches so much for you. My candle lights are lit and wait for you and Duane. I love you and miss you to heaven and back."
"I did not realize Tony had passed away. So sorry to hear of this."
"My eldest son, the 2nd hole in my heart too deep to fill. Continual, forever, unimaginable hurt. I miss you and love you, my son. Mama"
"My brother was so talented, witty, smart, and a wonderful man who always cared about others and liked helping friends in need. Tony's life was cut short by having diabetes, but not once did I hear him complain about anything to do with his illness in any way. Everyday I seem to complain about mine, and wished I was more like him. I love you Tony and miss you constantly.."
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