Robert Kubacki

 Robert Kubacki, 76, died Thursday, December 19, 2013. 

He was the son of the late John and Mary Kubacki.   A lifelong resident of Scranton, Bob attended Sacred Heart Elementary School and was a 1956 graduate of South Catholic High School.  On any day he could be found walking in downtown Scranton, visiting the Keystone Rescue Mission Alliance, St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen, Friends of the Poor, Albright Memorial Library, Comics on the Green, and other local businesses. 

Bob was deeply religious.  He faithfully attended the noon daily mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral.

Robert was the youngest of four children.  His siblings are the late Irene, John, and Florence.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday February 13th  at 9:30am in  St Peter’s Cathedral 315 Wyoming Ave. Scranton.

Interment, Cathedral Cemetery.

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Arrangements have been entrusted to and are under the care and direction of the Vanston and James Funeral Home, 1401 Ash St. Scranton.




  1. Tom Harding

    To Bob’s family: As a former classmate of Bob’s at SSCH, I remember a very shy person, always trying to be “a good guy”. He didn’t have a mean bone in his body. I have prayed for the Good Lord to take Bob into his eternal reward with Him. Tom Harding

  2. Robert Kubacki

    We pray for Bob and will always remember him as he was one year ahead of us at SSCH. A kind person who would do anything for you and alway’s greeted you with a smile. Devoted to his mother and his church. We admired him for his passion in knowledge. We will miss him at all the book and church sales. Rest in peace Bob. Nancy and Jerry Phillips

  3. Estelle Kelly

    I remember Bob from St. Francis Kitchen, Wegman’s and at noon Mass at The Cathedral in Scranton.
    He was a smart man who was kind in remembering people and engaging in conversation with them.
    He will be missed. I am very sorry about his passing and pray that he will rest in eternal peace.
    Sincerely, Estelle

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