I have been thinking about Bob for the past few days. I had sent a picture of a shirt with "Pain is weakness leaving the body". i can only imagine the real pain that Bob had gone through. i am very proud of knowing Bob and his strength.
Rhonda & Family and Uncle Emanuel, I was so very sad yesterday to learn of Bob's passing. My immediate thought was of his reunion in heaven with Aunt Joyce. I know it has been years since the 5 boys and the 5 of us played together at the Muskegon home but sometimes it seems like it was only yesterday. Bob was always, even as a young man, very kind hearted. When we did meet as adults it was evident that he had a loving spirit and continued to be a kind hearted man. I am sorry for your loss and wish you peace in the Lord. May He wrap his arms around you in this time of sorrow.
I'm sure my mom, Aunt Rosy, is welcoming Bob home as well. She always had great love for all of Aunt Joyce's and Uncle Emanuel's boys.
Bob, was a great supervisor and really helped me gain confidence, developed beyond my thought in my job. He really made you want to respect and understand people such a great inspiration. May the Lord keep him close and provide his family peace.
This candle is lit in remembrance and may your light shine brightly in heaven. May God welcome you to his heavenly kingdom.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Bob was a great husband, father and man and will be missed dearly .
Dear Rhonda & Family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May God continue to comfort and sustain you through this difficult time! Our deepest sympathies.
Patti, Martin and Kyle Schoenmaker
Please accept my sincere condolences to my cousin Bob's family. Although we did not see each other often I always admired how close his entire family was. Aunt Joyce was such an incredible lady who was admired by all. My mom Betty Ritter could never say enough kind words about her sister and their wonderful family. My Uncle Emanuel was Aunt Joyce's prince that she adored. May God welcome my cousin into his heavenly kingdom until we can all meet again. God Bless.
I charish my time emailing and visiting with Bob. He has helped make me a better person
Thoughts and prayers... Uncle Bob will be dearly missed. What a special memorial to share these amazing pictures - given he was such a great photographer himself. So many memories and so much love to cherish.
Thoughts and prayers to all the Fishels - we'll miss you Uncle Bob.
My thoughts and prayers are sent to your family, during this difficult time. May God keep you in his hands.
My condolences to the family of the late Robert (Bob) Fishel. Know that God will bring you comfort during your time of sorrow and I am praying for the family.
I worked for Bob for nearly 7 years in Distribution Standards at Consumers Energy before he went on medical leave. He was truly the best supervisor I ever had. He believed in his employees and always backed them up. He respected and valued all of our contributions to the company. We both became grand parents about the same time frame and we would always share pictures and stories about them. He was a good man and it showed in his work ethic and relationships with his employees, peers, and management. A true professional engineer in every way.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
We will dearly miss Uncle Bob. I will always remember Thanksgiving basketball at the church hall and all the pictures. The mini tripod for family pictures always brings a smile to my face. I wish we could have spent more time together. I will cherish the memories. We sang the Old Rugged Cross at church on Wednesday and I thought of Uncle Bob. Those in Christ will suffer no more. “ I will cling to the old rugged cross and exchange it someday for a crown…Then Jesus will call me some day to my home far away where His glory forever I'll share!”