To the Haltermann family,
Bob and Phyllis were long-time neighbors on Springfield Road in Darnestown. We saw Bob last year when he returned to the area for a Naval Academy reunion. He knew how to enjoy life and we are sad to see him go!
Betty and Tom Loggia
Dear Bob, Although we did not know you well it was quite obvious you were a dear man also quite the gentleman. We had an enjoyable time with you and Rita at one of the Navy League Dinner Dances. We were looking forward to getting together again and I'm sure one day we shall. Until then my heart and prayers are with all who loved you dearly.
My dearest Bob, I miss you so much! We had one fantastic year, seeing each other every single evening the last six months. You had such wonderful plans for our future. We enjoyed mind to mind on just about everything. You, always holding my hand whenever we walked anywhere. The hugs, the toasts you made always, " to us ". The card you sent just one month ago thanking me for loving you and saying, I was very dear to your heart and you truly loved me very much! I'll cherish them forever my love. Beautiful harmony! You truly brought joy and happiness into my life. I love you and miss you so much! Rita
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with the Haltermann family during this difficult time.Bob, may you rest in peace.
Dear Bob: What a wonderful man you were, I wished we could've gotten to spend more time with you on the beach in Florida, but from the little time we did get to spend, I could tell what an intelligent, humble and gentleman you were. You will be dearly missed by those who knew you. Our deepest condolences to your family and friends. May you rest in peace.