We will miss one of our most faithful members. We all have many fond memories of Bob from high school and through the years. Our condolences to you Anne and his children.
CHS Class of 1945
Anne and family, Bob was one of the nicest people I worked with during my entire career with GMAC. He was liked and respected by everyone.It was my pleasure to have known him.
My heartfelt sympathy to the Armstrong family.
June H. Young in Buckingham
Dear Anne and family, our prayers are with you!
We will always hold Bob in our hearts as good man and great friend.
Mike and Star
As CDR of SAMS Post 328 I am so sorry to hear of Bobs passing. He was a fine man who did so much for Scottish Americans in the South East. He will be missed, but more important he will be remembered.
Ben frazer and Family
Anne and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss. Bob could be a funny guy with a wicked sense of humor which surfaced often in the GMAC workplace. I know you will miss him.
Anne and family, love and condolences to each of you as you travel this journey of grief.We all loved him and you!
Being with Bob was always a joy for me. His kindness and gentle humor helped put many a Highland Games competition in proper perspective. His was always the smiling face and the helping hand. At Gatlinburg, Glasgow, Loch Norman, Charleston, Stone Mountain and many more, year after year, he was there to serve. In so many ways, he kept the faith.
Bob was like a father me. He gave sage advice, always had a good sense of humor. Jeff you are my oldest friend, you and your family have my prayers and love.
Anne and Jeff,
We know how blessed we are to have called Bob our friend. Please know that you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers during the days and weeks ahead. May knowing be a comfort to each of you.
Bea and Glenn Terry