Dear Diller Family I am so Sorry for your loss Bob was indeed a great man, I was just thinking of him and you all yesterday as I drove thru Yuma as you all know I got to spend a lot of time with Bob I am so Sorry that Bob and I drifted apart.. He like my own Father was such a large inspiration in my life always guiding me with his wisdom and knowledge, me keeping him busy and he was always helping and hanging out with me..oh I can go on and on may you walk proud thru the pearly Gates Bob and I hope you Have your Paper Cup ..
Love Pawnshop John
Our prayers are with you all! We know our friend Bob is now at peace and in a better place!
The Woodhouse Family
We are so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. The Davis family
Isabelle and Family,
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your dear loved one. Thanks to Robert for serving our country to protect our freedoms. He's my hero!
To the entire Diller family, we extend to you our sympathy and sorrow but also join you in celebrating the life of a great man, Bob Diller. Growing up with Craig, Bob was always known to us kid's as just "Mr. Diller", and he was always a strong guiding force, full of sage advice and a down to earth living example. While he will be sorely missed, it's not for long as we all will be reunited with our Lord in Heaven. With humble admiration of Mr. Diller, we extend our prayers to your entire family. Mark Layton & Family.
Our hearts goes out to your family during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With love the Pascucci (Dave, Vicki, Challis) and Schlesinger (Chelsea & Jeremy) families.
My heart goes out to you. This is a difficult time, I know. I wish I could be at Bob's service, but I no longer drive from Prescott to Phoenix. My thoughts will be with you. (Cousin) Esther Diller Parker
Sending heartfelt Sympathy and prayers from the Heart.. Sincerely, Marvin and Fran McCollum
To the family of Bob Diller, I enjoyed being a relative to you via marriage to my first wife, Jean. My second wife, Millie, was not a relative, but was like a relative because she was an Atkerson and went to the First Missionary Church in Phoenix and knew many of the Dillers. 'Till we meet again...Ish Rahmatulla.