Robert (Bob) Charles Pincus, 64, of Tucson, Arizona passes away on March 22, 2022 after a hard fought battle with diabetes and heart disease.Bob was born in Orange, New Jersey in November 1957 and lived in North Jersey until 1962 when he moved to Linwood, New Jersey with family. He went on to graduate from Mainland High school in 1975.Bob managed McDonalds's in Northfield and Wildwood from 1973 to 1978, when he got hired to work Security at Bally's Casino Hotel in Atlantic City from before its opening in 1978 to 1993. After which, he worked in management for the Philadelphia Inquire from 1993 to 2005 and then drove a cab in Pleasantville, NJ before retiring.He raised his 3 kids in Mays Landing, NJ later moving to Galloway, NJ.In 2013, he retired to Tucson, AZ. He enjoyed the sunny days, easy living and wonderful outdoor spaces. He especially enjoyed taking his beloved Germany Shepard, Sasha, for walks among the beautiful Sonoran Desert.Bob was a huge Phillies fan and passed that love along to his children. He knew all of the history, stats, and fun facts there was to know about his beloved Phillies, and all baseball in general.Bob is survived by his brother Barry (Debbie), his children Erin (Keith), Justin (Teresa), and Brandon (Cate). As well as his grandchildren, Noah, Sedona, Madelyn, and Adeline. He is predeceased by his parents Howard and Gladys Pincus.In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob's name can be made to any local chapter of the Humane Society.Services will be Private.