On the night of June 18, 2018 Jen’s Aunt Bobby passed on. Aunt Bobby was a strong, opinionated woman that stood around five feet tall. She was small in size and large in life. She lived in Macintosh Florida. I only met her once. Oddly enough that meeting took place at a funeral, in the same Valhalla graveyard where her ashes will be placed in the upcoming weeks. She had a very recognizable masculine New Yorkers voice with a hint of raspy. She had a sharp wit and was interesting to talk to. She had left us some great phone messages and sent some curious gifts over the years. She was a cat lover. She once raised Turkish Vans. One of the best gifts she sent us was this tiny little porcelain cat wrapped in a vintage Vera scarf. We call it Bobby Cat. She also sent us a glass block with the World Trade Center/Twin Towers laser carved inside, like you would see in a souvenir shop. She was a character. She won’t be forgotten.