Robert "Bob" Brody
- June 16, 1937 - February 21, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Robert's Passing
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Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home North
Memories & Candles
Cub Scout Pack 77, Trinity Reformed Church, West New York, NJ, Hy Feingold Cub Master! The Pack presented show put us together on the Memorial High School stage, the start of our performing career...well, maybe not quite...as we sang a duet "My "Yiddishe Mama"! Almost every Monday night, 1950-1953(?)...how old were we...your Mom drove us to (and picked us up from) Schuetzen Park in North Bergen where we watched the professional wrestling matches. Your Mom fixing me up
Posted by: Steven Fried - Cave Creek, AZ - Friend since childhood Oct 20, 2012
Fui amigo y alumno de Bob Brody en la primera mitad de la década del ochenta, cuando estudié en UT. Recién me entero de su muerte que me ha apenado mucho. Era un gran ser humano y siempre dispuesto a tomar las cosas con humor. La sonrisa era una parte natural en su rostro. Un abrazo a sus parientes y amigos, por él.
Posted by: Alonso Cueto - Lima, Peru - student Mar 30, 2012
Thank you all for the notes on this page. My dad would have appreciated them, as well as the wonderful memorial service we had last week. It sounds strange, but after my dad became sick, he would sometimes talk about how he imagined his funeral, and I know it would have been meaningful to him to see so many friends and family there, and to hear such thoughtful and heartfelt comments from the speakers, I simply did not think I
Posted by: Dana Brody-Brown - San Jose, CA - daughter Mar 04, 2012
I was so sorry to learn today of Bob's death. When Albert passed after a long illness, good memories and a lot to be grateful for were a comfort and continue to be cherished as time passes. I hope good memories of your life together are a help to you and your family at this time.
I will be in touch again soon.
With deepest sympathy,
Posted by: Lorraine Chammah - Austin, TX - Friend Mar 01, 2012
Dear Brody Family and Friends ...
The two years of my Melton classroom experience were so enriched by the presence of Bob. Looking forward to seeing his upcoming film image.
May his memory be for a blessing.
Posted by: Malartha Bosier - Austin, TX - Melton Classmate Feb 28, 2012
It was my good fortune to be in the Melton Class with Bob. He was such a nice and caring person and it was nice to hear his questions and point of view. I saw him not to long ago and we had a nice chat..
I was so sorry to hear of his passing. May his memory be a sweet blessing to all of his familty and friends.
Posted by: Marilyn Stahl - Austin, TX - Class friend Feb 27, 2012
Nuestra más sincera y verdadera condolencia. No podré olvidar jamás su caliente acogida que dispensabais en vuestra casa y la que me obsequio siempre en el Spanish Dpt.Me dio un disgusto cuando me comunico su deseo de retirarse, que ahora ha tenido una tragica confirmación;Jose Luis, la vida es muy corta,,,"Es corta, pero merece la pena vivirla con hombres y colegas como Bob Un gran abrazo amigo de Maria y Jose Luis Varela.
Posted by: Jose Luis Varela - Madrid, Spain - Friend and UT colleague Feb 26, 2012
Dear Lynne, Gillian, and Dana,
I am saddened to hear about Bob's death.
I just read in the Jewish Outlook about his movie experience and his enthusiasm for the project. He was so happy!
I read all the notes to you and your family and I can tell that you used every moment for fun and adventure and family.
My thoughts are with you.
Posted by: Sharon Watkins - Austin, TX - Friend Feb 25, 2012
I will always remember you with kindness bob...you shared an office with my stepfather(george wing) and you were a good friend to him, and spoke very kindly at his funeral when he passed.
tardara' mucho tiempo en nacer, si es que nace,
un andaluz tan claro, tan rico de aventura.
Yo canto su elegancia con palabras que gimen
y recuerdo una brisa triste por los olivos. -f.g.l
Posted by: carlos francisco rodriguez - austin, TX - friend Feb 24, 2012
I feel very sad to learn of Bob's death. I saw him just a few weeks ago at the gym and he said he was doing ok....I am out of town till Sunday, or I would definitely attend the memorial service.
I have lost a friend and a wonderful example of dignity and courage in the face of death. May he rest in eternal peace.
Posted by: Ellen Marcus - Austin, TX - Melton classmate and friend Feb 24, 2012