Robert toledo tampa fl obituary

OBITUARY
Robert Anthony Toledo
OCTOBER 9, 1955 – SEPTEMBER 1, 2020

We would like to honor Captain Robert "Bobby/Tico" A. Toledo of Tampa, Fla., passed away on September 1, 2020 at the age of 64. He graduated from Tampa Catholic High School Class of ‘74. Served in the U.S. Air Force and then obtained his Fire Science Degree.
He was employed 27 1/2 years with the Hillsborough County Fire Rescue retiring as Captain, badge #40. He was a charter member who was one of the original three officers assigned to the HAZMAT program. His legacy carries on 40 years later through all of the firefighters he mentored. He was a Master Mason in A.W. Windhorst #185 and member of Gasparilla Krewe of Knights of Saint John Hillsborough Fire.
Bobby had a passion of playing his guitar for others and was thrilled to make someone smile through his music. He also loved to go fishing and hanging out with his café con Leche buddies every Thursday morning at King Corona in Ybor. Most of all he loved spending time with his family but especially his pride and joy, his grandchildren.
Bobby was preceded in death by his father, Tony F. Toledo; mother, Vilma T. Seber; brother, Tony O. Toledo. Survivors include his loving wife of 40 1/2 years, Mary; daughter, Jacqueline (Ruben) Cortes; son, Norman Gino (Elizabeth) Giovenco; daughter, Gina (Marco) Solano; siblings, Gerald (Beverly), Rosemarie (Mike), Gail Toledo; seven granddaughters; one grandson; numerous nieces and nephews as well as many other family and friends.
A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at Blount & Curry Funeral Home at Garden of Memories 4207 E. Lake Ave, Tampa, FL, 33610. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Tampa, Fla. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 10 a.m. until service time at the funeral home.
Masks are required.
Flowers are welcome; or donations can be made to the: Hillsborough Fire Museum Foundation 7853 Gunn Hwy #182 Tampa, FL 33626
Please click HERE to donate to The Hillsborough Fire Museum Foundation in honor of Robert "Bobby/Tico" A. Toledo.

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One of the most influential persons in the EMS system was Dr. Edward Straub. He was our Medical Director and put his faith and trust into us. He was the one who pushed us forward as an emergency medical service, gave us protocols for advanced care and the ability to us our judgement yet always being available day and  when asked “what to do” on that scratchy radio at 3 a.m. in the back of that unit he would calmly call you by your first name and say "what would you like to do?" He would listen and if needed offer an idea and tell you to proceed and to give him a call to let him know how it turned out. He always had your back. He put his faith in us to do the right thing. Under his direction we were in the top 5 of the entire United States finest and most advanced medical services. He was also our friend.

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