Darlene, I remember riding in grandma's car. Your family was my second family. Love All
Dad, as I was going through important papers, I found a picture of you as a young boy. I must have taken it from Mugoo and given it to you. On the back I wrote, "I love my daddy and I always will." I signed it "From Darlene S." I was a young girl when I wrote that. Sending the same message to you in heaven. Rest in Peace, Dad.
Bob - I'm sad that you're gone from us, but glad that you're in such a better place and not suffering anymore. We love you, and miss you! xoxoxo ~Jim, Kathi, Nash, Danny ("Stubby"), Theresa & Alexis xoxox
Rose, Monica, Chuck and Seth , I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. In the short time I knew him he made me laugh, had stories second to none and loved the campfire as much as I did! I will think of you all in the months to come as you try to find comfort in the memories! I miss you all and will remember Bob and his beautiful smile. Always, Rita Scott
Our condolences to Mrs. Salmond and the kids. Have great memories of growing up with Mr. Salmond as one of my 2nd dads. Rides on the motorcycle after his work day, the original family truxter to swim in La Mesa. Mr. Salmond was always great to me.
I am going to miss you.I had the great pleasure of knowing you and your loving family.
Bob you are now with the Angels and most of all your wonderful daughter ( my wife ).
R.I.P my friend.
Bob Wells (Mira Mesa)
We knew Bob for many years. He was a fine friend and a family man. Plus, he was a fellow Veteran. Jim and Pat Pendleton
Bob supervised me as an aircraft examiner. He provided a good example of professionalism and friendship. He loved his family and often talked about them. May he RIP.
Uncle Bob could always bring me out of my shell. Not being a very talkative person myself,whenever I saw him, he would always strike up a conversation with me about what ever. I remember our family staying at the house when we moved out here from New York. The hospitality of everyone made the transition much easier. Certain people you know really affect you in a positive way. Uncle Bob is at the head of the class. Aunt Rosemary, Darlene, Bob, Jim, and Charles, I wish to offer my condolences to all of you. I am sorry for your loss. I will miss you Uncle Bob.
You will be missed dear friend & our condolences to the Family
Sonny & Reba