A Glencormac United jersey bearing the number 5; a photograph of his children, one of his three granddaughters, boxing gloves, a Liverpool crest, golf clubs, his cycling helmet, and finally, a bottle of rum 'to send him on his way'.
Fr Dan told the congregation that Bobby was a kind man.
Whatever we say right now I think is inadequate to express our sadness, our sorrow for his family,' he said. He inspired many young people and touched many lives.' Fr Dan invited members of the congregation to briefly sum Bobby up.
'Even though we are all shocked and saddened at what has happened to Bobby, our gathering this morning is to celebrate his life, love, friendship and kindness. 'Legend' came a voice from the body of the church, as well as 'amazing person', followed by 'perfect in every way'.
Bobby is a self-proclaimed jack-of-all-cards [sic, see Episode 12: The Baby's Sunglasses @] and is chiefly interested in record producing, entrepreneurship, Ed Hardy and the ladies.
He struck up a friendship with the priest following the passing of Bobby's mother Delores in February. 'We gather here in St Mochanog's church in a shocking state,' said Fr Dan.
During those snowy times, he ensured that Fr Dan had enough logs for his fire. 'The news of last Tuesday morning brought devastating shock to Bobby's family, friends and local community.
Although a branch of Vanes family did use the antelope in its Arms, there is no direct link to Vane himself.
It is more probable that the badge was chosen for no more reason than it was a badge of the Royal Family, and the Regiment wished to show its allegiance.