• Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Home
    Bremerton, WA
In partnership with the Dignity Memorial® network
Robert B. Antonson 1933 - 2011
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
When I moved to AK in 2nd grade, Brandy was one of the first people I became friends with. I spent so much of my childhood around the house on Waldron that I have many great memories of Bob. Simple little things, like listening to him and Nana banter back and forth, which was always amusing. And things that were much bigger for me, like him driving me to the base hospital every single day for a little while when I got a cyst. He put up with my teenage nonsense, and even let me stay there for about a month when my family moved back to AK from North Dakota. A few years after high school, he even sold me a car when I was in need of a vehicle. These things that I have shared, and the other little memories I have, have absolutely meant a lot to me. I feel blessed that I knew him, and I am thankful for the kindness that he gave me when I was growing up. I could never begin to repay that. All I can say is Thank you, for everything.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
I could never ask for a better Grandpa. I will cherish all of my childhood memories. You raised me in such a loving environment. If there was one thing I wish I could tell you know it would be that you are amazing and you mean the world to me. I love you forever Grandpa.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
I loved him very much and so did the kids we will miss him he was always good to us
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