That was my pop pop and i miss him so much 😢
We are deeply saddened for your lose, I am happy I got to see Bob one last time, he always made me laugh no matter what the situation, all of you are in our prayers, love is upon you
First met Bobby on 9-21-1981 as a rookie in the 3rd district. Bob worked EPW 301 with Chuck McCloud. What a wagon crew they were. Learned so much from them. Bob was a great cop and person. So many wonderful memories of my time working with Bobby.
My first Mummers Parade five of us left the parade line around 9:00 am and never made it back until the parade was over at 6:00 pm. We staggered up Broad Street till we got to Morris Street where our Captain Russ Taylor was waiting with about 200 cops he wasn’t letting go until he found us. Captain Taylor said WTF were you guys. Chuck told him we were here, and when the Captain asked where, Chucky told him we were across the street. Needless to say we were called into his office the next day and read the riot act. He took away our overtime and left it at that. Old school good Captain.
We golfed a lot back then, played half ball and met up to play cards. Bob went on many golf trips I ran over the years. I have nothing but great memories of Bobby.
Going to miss my Friend of many years. My Heart go out too his family. He was truly a class act. Rest In Peace Buddy. 💙💙💙💙
Worked with Bob in the 18th and 3rd District and learned a lot from him, Bob was one of the Best.
Sending love and prayers to the McGurk family during this difficult time . Mr McGurk was one of a kind and will be greatly missed . Thinking of you all ♥️♥️♥️
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Bob was a good friend who always had a smile , he was always fare as a Sgt. He loved to play softball, drinking and most of all a good laugh. Bob enjoyed life!
Bobbie as I set here thinking of all those great years, we spent together on 301 wagon and playing golf together with Jim Bob and Dano, I wish that I could tell you once more how much I miss those times but if you can golf up their watch out for the trees with your Banana drives
With deepest sympathy - we were so looking forward to getting back together when this Covid stuff was over.
Going to miss a good friend. Met Bob while in the PPD and stayed friends long after his retirement. Spent quite a few winters in Myrtle Beach golfing with Bob, Fudge and the rest of the guys. RIP good buddy!
You will be missed always had a sense of humor no matter how bad it was in the 17 th
R.I.P. .. So many memories.. 17th Police District ... 2 Squad..
Karen. I am so sorry to hear of Bobs passing. Keeping you and the family in my prayers. Rest easy Bob
You will be missed and you will be remembered. I cherish all the Visits you made with Great Aunt Lou. I love all the stories my mom Betty McGurk O’Malley shared about your childhood. I pray that your family and all those who loved you are comforted by the fact that whoever met you was impacted in a good way. Rest in Love and Peace Bobbie.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.