Pharmacy consultant Robert “Bob” Enserro has died

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JAMESTOWN, N.Y. —  Robert “Bob” Enserro, pharmaceutical health care consultant for TherapeuticsMD,  passed away on Feb. 27, at the age of 77.

He was born Dec. 13, 1942, in Jamestown. He was the younger son of the late Angelo (“Boots”) and Josephine (Albano) Enserro.

Robert “Bob” Enserro

Enserro began his career working in the pharmacy of Jamestown General Hospital before acquiring and managing the Medicine Shoppe pharmacy in Jamestown. He sold it to a large retail pharmacy chain, embarking on a path that would lead him to manage regional and national pharmacy operations for companies including Woolworths, where he became the senior vice president of pharmacy operations.

His career led him and his wife Kathy to move around the United States, eventually settling in Arizona, where he continued to work as a pharmaceutical health care consultant until his death.

Following in the footsteps of his father, he was an avid and competitive golf player, who enjoyed playing major golf courses across the United States. He also had a passion for tennis and enjoyed teaching his children and grandchildren the skills for both sports.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Kathleen (Brake) of 36 years; brother Joseph (wife, Judy) of Riverside, Calif., daughter Stephanie of Buffalo, N.Y., son, Robert Michael (wife, Vanessa Colomar de Enserro); and grandchildren; Francesco and Arianna of London, England.

He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Yvonne (Goulding) Brake, sister-in- law, Ronda Brake-Kennedy (husband, Darrin); brother- in-law, Ron Brake Jr. (wife, Wendy) and their families of Jamestown, N.Y.

In addition to his parents, Angelo and Josephine, and his father-in-law, Ronald Brake, he was preceded in death by his dear cat, “Kitty Boy.” in 2017.


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