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Celebrating Bob’s 20th Anniversary with DGR

By September 9, 2013 July 14th, 2014 No Comments

Yesterday we had the honor of celebrating Bob Cifelli’s 20th anniversary with DGR. While many of our employees stay with the company and become like family, the feeling of celebrating these anniversaries never changes.  We all enjoy what we do here but a big part of it is the people we work with day in and day out – we couldn’t ask for a better set of employees.

Bob first began with DGR back in 1993 and since then has assisted DGR in its expansion, initially handling both dispatch and litigation work and then overseeing just litigation as the department grew.

Outside of the office Bob has many hobbies and passions.  At the top of the list is baseball and softball, with his favorite team being the Yankees.  He’s played on as many as four teams at one and was DGR’s captain of our softball team this past year, bringing us into the semi-finals! Every summer Bob travels to Cooperstown to participate in their tournament.

Bob has also coached softball for his daughter Samantha’s team, who is currently a junior in high school.  Bob’s son Louis also works at DGR in the due diligence department and his wife Leslie works in Boston.

When the weather becomes too cold to play baseball or softball, Bob keeps himself busy with home improvement projects.  Another pastime of Bob’s is watching old movies (his favorite movie is Field of Dreams).  He and his friends will get together at his place and watch movies from as far back as 1940.  In the area of entertainment Bob also really likes Bruce Springsteen and he’s seen him play live 6 or 7 times!  His favorite song by him is Human Touch.

We don’t know what we would do without Bob. Coming in early, staying late and going above and beyond to help our clients are just part of what he does for us. He’s always willing to go the extra mile and keeps track of all our litigation services, making sure all of them are served correctly and efficiently – which all process servers know requires some serious skill!

Thank you Bob for 20 years with DGR. We’re looking forward to even more!

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