Bob Breen Obituary, Death Cause – They celebrated important life moments and anniversaries with us, just like a lot of our other wonderful clients do. They were very excited to retire in Florida, but they explained to us that moving away would mean less time spent at El Sarape, which was unacceptable. Not only do we miss the cuisine, but more significantly, our staff members, who thought of us and treated us like family. We miss them just as much. Bob would constantly try to persuade me to open a location in Florida, which he assured me he’d be there to assist me in managing.
During this incomprehensibly trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with Maryanne, her three daughters, her grandchildren, and all of Maryanne’s other family members. Bob’s enormous smile, contagious laugh, and bear-like hugs will be sorely missed by all of us here at El Sarape and by the Adame family.
I am aware that the previous few years have not been simple for anyone, and even though we have experienced the loss of other El Sarape Customers, we continue to keep all of their families in our thoughts and prayers.
It is with a great deal of regret and a heavy feeling in our hearts that we must inform you of the passing of Bob Breen, one of our most treasured clients. Bob and Maryanne, loyal customers and members of the extended Sarape family, have been patrons of the restaurant for many years. They were a regular member of our Friday night group and could be found most of the time occupying one of the booths.
He was always very happy when he came in and told us how close he was to perfecting recipes like our Pollo Monterrey because he cherished the opportunity to try his hand at recreating our dishes in his own kitchen. They even planned a Cinco de Mayo celebration for their pals, despite the fact that they couldn’t be here with us to celebrate the holiday. It is possible that he even attempted to obtain recipes from Javier, Miguel, or me.