Friends,
We have been requested to Honor Robert (Bobby) Ehmer , 9/11 first responder, who lost his battle with cancer incurred as a result of that tragic day.
Bobby was a NYC Police Officer, a New Hyde Park Volunteer Fire Fighter and a EMT.
Date: Friday Nov 26th, 2010
Time: 1000 hrs
Location: Chapey & Sons Funeral Home, 200 East Main Street, East Islip.

R/C: Frank Bania
Detail: We will be escorting to a crematory in Ronkonkoma after a service at the funeral home.
Thank you for all that you do,
Frank Bania
USVMC-LI, President
PGR, R9-NY, Senior Ride Captain
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Below was taken from the Daily News

Robert (Bobby) Ehmer, 47, of East Meadow, L.I., was a devoted rescue worker who raced to the scene of the Sept. 11 terror attacks and worked there for weeks afterward.

He was diagnosed in 2007 with kidney cancer, which eventually spread throughout his body.

"He was just an amazing guy - always working, always giving," said Annette Ehmer, 45, his sister. "He loved people."

Robert Ehmer worked as a police officer the 110th Precinct in Queens until retiring in 2005. He also worked as an emergency medical technician for St. John's Hospital and as a volunteer firefighter.

"He cared about people, that's for sure," said Glen Klein, a friend. "He worked as a police officer and then worked on the side as an ambulance worker."

Ehmer was single and had no kids. When he wasn't working, he loved riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

The wake will be tomorrow and Wednesday, with a service at 10 a.m. Friday at the Chapey Funeral Home in East Islip.

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