Robert P. "Bobby G" GuglielmoMarch 21, 1959 ~ April 12, 2017 (age 58)
Robert Paul Guglielmo (Bobby G / Gug)
58, of North Scituate, passed away on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. The loving husband of wife Rebecca (Angell) Guglielmo for 30 years of marriage, and caring father of his only son Robert Anthony Guglielmo, he will be greatly missed.
He was the youngest of four children born to Antonio and Concetta Guglielmo of Cranston. Robert (or as he was more commonly known, Bobby) spent most of his time in and out of garages (both professionally and recreationally). He loved to create and build, and never shied away from a challenge, going so far as to build a home for his family. His most memorable qualities are his smile, his laugh, his creativity, and his incredible kindness.
In 2008, he and his two older brothers began a trike conversion company called North East Trikes. Originally created to finance their yearly excursion to Americade in Lake George, NY, it became a fun escape for the brothers to come together and share a common love for motorcycles. After the death of his oldest brother Anthony Guglielmo, Richard and Bobby continued the company in his memory. In the wake of Bobby’s absence, North East Trikes will live on through his brother Richard, and son Robert.
In addition to his wife, son, and brother he is survived by his sister Donna Hallam, and a large and loving family. On behalf of the entire family, our deepest respects to anyone who has lost a brother, friend, and fellow rider.
Anyone who knew him well and wishes to pay their respects are welcome to attend an informal service Monday, April 24th at Nardolillo Funeral Home, 1278 Park Avenue, Cranston, RI. Receiving line will be from 4:00-7:00pm, with a memorial service from 7:00-8:00pm. Bobby was not one for open caskets or formal dress. To honor him, his ashes will be displayed surrounded by photos of friends and family, and the family will be dressed in North East Trikes t-shirts and jeans. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Brain Aneurysm Foundation online at [http://www.bafound.org/get-involved/ways-to-give/donate/], or via check addressed to:
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation
269 Hanover St, Building 3
Hanover, MA 02339