Robert A. Nolan

Robert A. Nolan, 68, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, March 17, 2018. Born in Albany, NY on September 25, 1949, he was the son of John and Rita Nolan.

Bob was a graduate of the College of St. Rose, earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He was a designer for General Electric Co in Schenectady for 38 years, retiring in 2005.

Bob’s passion was photography. He enjoyed having cocktails, while relaxing in the hot tub with his family and friends.

He was predeceased by his parents, John and Rita Nolan, and his brother Dan Nolan. Bob is survived by his wife Janice and their children Dara Storm (Jeff) and Douglas Nolan; grandsons Austin and Jack; brothers Michael Burnetter and James Burnetter; and several nieces and nephews.

At Bobby’s request his body was donated to the Albany Medical College Anatomical Gift Program.

Memorial contributions in memory of Bob can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at

Guest Book

Kalonie Baldwin

I am so sorry for your loss, Please contact me if you need anything and I am thinking and sending prayers for you and your momma.

Robert Staulters

Praying for God's peace and comfort for you and your family.

Kathy Heuser

I'm so very sorry Dara. My sincerest sympathies. Love and prayers, Kathy

Tom and Lorraine Russo

Janice and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Bob and I spent many
memorable times together both at work and outside of work years ago.
He was a wonderful talented person and I greatly enjoyed those times.
Although over time, work, family and all those extra things in life
separated us for many years, I still consider him one of my finest friends
and I am so thankful I had the pleasure of knowing and sharing time with him.
Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family.

Chrissy Corlew Suttle

My heart goes out to you all, Dara, Janice and Doug, I wish I could take your pain away. I know you all have a great love for one another and your dad and husband will be greatly missed. May he rest in the sweetest of peace, he's in a better place now I'm sure of it :) The last time I saw him he did a cannonball in the pool with his socks on and he had a smile from ear to ear!!! That's a great way to be remembered, your all in my thoughts and prayers.