Robert L. McGillicuddy of Hanover, formerly of Scituate and Winchester, passed away peacefully on January 31, 2017, surrounded by family from complications with the rare disease Amyloidosis. Bob is the beloved husband of Dr. Carla Angevine of Hanover, and the proud father of Christopher, Caitlin, and Matthew McGillicuddy of Hanover. Bob is the adored son of Robert and Mary McGillicuddy of Winchester. His heart-broken siblings include the deceased Mary McGillicuddy of San Francisco, John McGillicuddy of Revere, Kathy Bell and her husband Chris of Quincy, and Kara McGillicuddy of Winchester. He is the incredibly generous Uncle of Kailin and Hannah Bell of Quincy and dear Son-in-Law to Donna Marshall of Hingham. Bob is also survived by hundreds of cherished McGillicuddy and McGrath family members. Bobs passions in life were that of husband, father, son, teacher, coach and mentor. He was a loving husband that never missed Carla and his special anniversaries and an extremely loving father to his three children. As a family, they enjoyed traveling to Disney World, especially Germany at EPCOT and hosting special family get-togethers, especially Christmas and Easter brunches. Bob was a huge sports fan, especially a New England Patriots' fan before it was popular to do so. Bob earned a Bachelors Degree in Education in 1994 from Lesley College and a Masters Degree in Education in 2002 from Framingham State College. He taught at Sterling Middle School in Quincy as a Science Teacher since 1994. Bob earned numerous awards and citations for his excellence in teaching from the Commonwealth, the City of Quincy and local newspapers. Besides his family, Bobs students and swimmers were his life and he most enjoyed seeing them learn, live and thrive during his time with them. He had an unique ability to connect with his students and swimmers through structure, motivation and love. As swim coach, he re-invigorated the Quincy/North Quincy High School Swimming and Diving Program amassing 61 victories in eight years. Bob was an accomplished swimmer and water polo player at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and he carried on his love for the sport to all he knew. Bob will also be remembered for his sense of humor, generosity, helpful nature, loving attitude and his natural ability to be humble and kind. You called him, he was there! Bob was the first to hand out compliments, yet terrible at receiving them. He enjoyed life and especially his weekends and time at home with his family and neighbors on Donna Drive. -