Robert A. Fiacco

Bob Fiacco, 64, of Fountain Inn, husband of Rose Kozsan Fiacco for 42 years, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Saturday, February 22, 2020 while at home surrounded by his family.

Born in Massena, NY, he was a son of the late Robert & Theresa Fiacco. He enjoyed a long career in the financial services industry. Later in his career he thoroughly enjoyed mentoring those starting out in the business. Bob loved to write; he authored and published two books. He spent years traveling as an inspirational speaker. He loved spending time with his family and enjoyed playing golf.

In addition to his wife, Rose, Mr. Fiacco is survived by one son, Rob Fiacco of Greenville; two brothers, Jim Fiacco (Joyce) and Tom Fiacco (Tammy); two sisters, Judy Fiacco, and Debbie Kelly (Darren); and many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 2:00 PM in the Heritage Funeral Home Chapel. The family will receive friends following the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: to support direct patient care.

Condolences to the family of Robert A. Fiacco

  • Mary ellen paine
    4 years ago

    Rose and Robert,
    Sending so much love.

  • Cheri Furnace
    4 years ago

    His reward of everlasting life.. may your tears water your souls .. love to you all.. his last big adventure

  • Michael Martocci
    4 years ago

    Rose, Robert and the entire Fiacco family…. Sabra and I send our love and prayers. Bob touched so many lives in a positive way and will live on in all who knew him as a great husband, father, mentor, and friend!

    Farewell My Friend!

  • Pat Kelly
    4 years ago

    Rose, Rob and family,

    Bob was a special person, who inspired others, all of his life. I remember him at Massena Central High School, competing in multiple sports, and always giving his all. I reconnected with Bob in the last few years in his life; and, I was impressed that he was now an author, motivational speaker, and a financial manager. That success doesn’t just happen by itself. It requires a lot of effort and sacrifice.

    The memories that stay in my mind though were when you were just starting out as a family. I remember seeing you, Rose, and Bob, walking near Alcoa Field and pushing Robert, in a baby carriage. You had gone from high school to parents in a short period of time; and, it was taking your love & teamwork to get through that day. That same and even stronger love and teamwork have continued to carry you through the years.

    I am happy for Bob that he suffered for only a short time & that he is now enjoying Heaven. I am very sorry for your loss though; and, I expect that you will have some difficult days ahead. I have no doubt though that the love and foundation that you built over the years will hold you up and carry you forward in your lives.

    Please don’t hesitate to reach out to family and friends, as the need arises. You are loved and cared about.

    Pat Kelly

  • Lynne Carreiro
    4 years ago

    Rose and family, Bob meant a lot to many of us in the Colonial Life family. We appreciated his sage words of sales wisdom and his unconditional friendship. Bob’s sense of humor went a long way when helping new folks acclimate to our business. Prayers up for you all 🙏🏼

  • Mick Occhiuto
    4 years ago

    Bob was an extraordinary guy. I had the great pleasure of helping to celebrate Rose and Bob’s 35th anniversary on an Alaskan cruise and I grew to love these two people at that moment. Blessings to Rose, Rob and family. Bob will be with you every day now in your memories best image to help guide you through your life. Bob used his life to help and influence so many from all walks of life. God Bless you all. We will all miss you my friend.

  • Kelly Murphy Jesmer
    4 years ago

    Rose and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss, and I want you to know that I will be praying for strength, peace, and comfort for you and your family. Bob will be missed by so many. When I think of him I remember his smile and great sense of humor. Thank you Bob for sharing your knowledge and wisdom with us. Prayers to you all.

  • My heart goes out to you all in this time of deep grief. I had the pleasure of knowing Bob as a writer, an author, and a friend. His positive words and uplifting attitude will live on in his books and in my memory. My heart and prayers are with you all.

  • Paul Hundrieser
    4 years ago

    I rejoice that Bob is with the Lord where there is no more pain or weeping. I weep at the loss of a friend. I pray for the peace that passes understanding for Rose and the entire family.

  • Martha, Jeff Slack
    4 years ago

    So sorry to hear about Bob’s passing, the world has lost a man who made our world a better place, he made us better people for knowing him. Thoughts and prayers go to Rose, Robert and Bob’s brothers and sisters

  • Robin Hall
    4 years ago

    Rose and family,
    My heart goes out to you at this very sad time. Though our lives have been in different places, I remember the youthful crush you had as a teenager and the sparkle Bob created in you.
    I see that same sparkle in you 42 years later. You’re blessed with a love that will carry you on.
    I’m so sorry Bob’s journey came to this but am grateful that his suffering was not long. How wonderful to know he has healing in Heaven and there he waits for you.
    Please don’t hesitate to reach out. Love and prayers,
    Robin Hall

  • Dana Summers
    4 years ago

    Rose & family,
    We are so sorry for your loss and all that you’ve been through in the last months. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. We will always keep fond memories of Bob from early days at Colonial. God Bless, Brian & Dana Summers

  • Charlie Boots
    4 years ago

    Charlie Boots send his condolences to the family. “He was a nice nice man”

  • Bob Bisceglia
    4 years ago

    Rose, Bob Jr and family: we are so saddened by this news. Be comforted by all the great memories you shared. Nobody could light up a room like Bob. He touched so many lives and had such a positive impact on everyone he came in contact with -and was a true inspiration right up to the end. He will be sorely missed but his memory will live on through you and and all the lives he touched throughout his life and career. RIP my brother.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting and talking with Bob at a couple Colonial Life events. He had a personality and charm that was hard to forget.

    God bless your family

    • Koula christou
      4 years ago

      Hullo kevin i am koula the afs student at Massena central high scholl on the year 1976 i looking for peter ward and mario ward i was living with them at massena or friends from the massena high school, it was nice finding y all the best

  • Fiacco family, so sorry to hear about Bob, we all move around so much and lose touch but fond memories in Morgantown, Nashville, Las Vegas with one of the finest couples on the planet. Bob was a leader and motivated people to do their best. There is not a person in the World that is not better off for meeting Bob! Thoughts and Prayers with you, and the ALS cause.

  • Kyle Addy
    4 years ago

    Bob was a light to so many, a gift to us all. My deepest sympathies to the Fiacco family. Kyle Addy

  • Gaby & Chris
    4 years ago

    Rose, we were so sorry to hear about Bob’s illness and to now learn from far away that he has passed! When we moved to the US both of you welcomed us with open arms and we spend many rounds of Golf together enjoying Bob’s always positive and inspiring spirit and energy. You guys have since been in our hearts and we send you our deepest sympathies and condolences in this difficult times. Love Gaby and Christian from Germany

  • Bob was a special man! I loved him dearly and my heart gos out to Rose and his family!! The world has lost a great man!!!

  • Rick Simmons
    4 years ago

    Rose and the family, My prayers are with you . Bob and I worked together at AIG and Western & Southern. He was such a special person to me . God has a new angel in heaven and therefore he will always be with us.

  • The Gordon’s
    4 years ago

    Rose, Robert and the Fiacco family, sending our love and condolences. Bobby was a wonderful man and has left his mark on this world. He led by example and never anything get in his way even his final battle with the dreadful ALS. He made sure people were aware of this disease and we can only hope that his sharing his battle will encourage donations that lead to a cure. Our memories with the Fiacco family since I was a little girl are cherished and you are all friends for life, I wish we could be there in person, but know we are there in spirit. On behalf of the Hazelton Family we wish you strength to move forward. Surely he’s up there running the show. With love Kelly and Ron Gordon.

  • Darlene Losey
    4 years ago

    Dear Rose, Rob, Judy and entire family,

    I want you to know how very sad I was to hear about Bob’s illness and passing. So many fond memories came to me of Massena High School years and how much fun I had with you Rose and Bob.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this time of sorrow. May your memories be a source of comfort.

    My deepest sympathy and love,
    Darlene Losey
    Rochester, NY

  • Sean Duggan
    4 years ago

    Bob was a great teacher, mentor and peer. His selfless attitude and kind demeanor inspired many of us in the insurance industry. Prayers for the repose of his soul and comfort for his family.

    In Christ,
    Sean Duggan

  • paul durham
    4 years ago

    this was sad to see and hear about…condolences

  • Charlene Hazelton
    4 years ago

    Dear Rose and Robert, This is the most beautiful tribute to someone so loved as Bobby was to everyone that was touched by his friendship. I remember him growing up and the closeness of the whole family. He has a special place in every heart that had the pleasure of being a part of his life. I think of him often and all his accomplishments in his short lifetime. He was such a special person. RIP Bobby. We will always love you and will all be together again.

  • Russell Dejulio
    4 years ago

    Bob and I were fellow managers with American general and then we both workEd for Western and Southern he was always very successful and a wonderful guy I just heard about his passing and wanted to send my condolences Rest in peace Bob and God bless you

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