Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
With love and condolences to the Austin Family: Bob and Edith have honored God with their wonderful familly. Bob made many contributions to others, especially young people, through his life of service. The lives of his children and grandchildren attest to his concern for setting the right priorities. I am blessed to know this family.
Bob and my own Dad were co-workers at the post office for many years...more importantly, they were good friends and I remember Bob very well from countless times, when he was on a route, at the Post Office or just around town. My condolences to all of Bob's family.
My condolences to the Woodason and Austin families on the death of your husband, father, grandfather Robert. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Aunt Edith and all of my cousins and their families,
So sorry to hear of the death of Uncle Bob. I know he's suffered for quite some time and we knew this time would come, but it's never easy to finally let a loved one go. As much as I would love to be there and see all of you again during the showing and funeral, I'm afraid that won't be possible. But know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Karen Beckerman Farlow, niece
My deepest sympathy to all in the Austin Family. My mother and Father (Joe and Betty Anderson) loved being involved with Bob and Edith in the Swim Club. Bob was a wonderful man and loved by so many.
Dear Edith and Family,
Shirley and I wish to express our love and sympathy at the loss of Bob. He was an awesome man, and your family is a wonderful reflection of him. I know God is walking with you through this time and there is joy at his eternal home with God. God bless you all,
My condolences to the Austin family on the passing of Robert. To you Eric and Nola and your family also. Bernie Reece