Remembering The Watertown Couple Who Died In Limo CrashPosted: Updated:
Mary and Rob Dyson are being remembered by friends and neighbors as people process the devastating limousine crash that happened over the weekend.
Dustin Currier worked with Rob for more than 10 years, most recently at Stebbins Engineering in Watertown.
"I don't know if I ever met anybody that didn't like Rob; he was one of those guys that you got to know him and you could just tell immediately, hey, this is a great guy," he said.
Currier says Rob was quiet, but when you got to know him he was the kind of guy you just wanted to be around - smart, funny and dependable.
The Dysons lived in this Watertown neighborhood close to Thompson Park. A woman who lived next door to them says they were good neighbors - friendly, they'd lend you their tools...and their sons played together."
Mary and Rob's son, Isaac, is almost 3 years old.
"I really hope that one day his son hears from everybody just how wonderful his parents were because they were that type of people, you just loved them from the beginning," said Currier.
Police have an open criminal investigation into the company that owned the limo involved in the deadly accident.
Another vigil is set for Wednesday night in Schoharie at a school near where the crash happened.
Governor Cuomo has directed that flags be flown at half-staff on Thursday.