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1931 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
ROBERT L. MELCHER Sr. Obituary
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August 14, 2018

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September 13, 2017
I met Bob many years ago through the North Shore Model Railroad Club. I always enjoyed the time I spent with Bob. He was always very engaging and well versed in any topic of conversation. We had some great times together in the past. He will be missed.
September 12, 2017
Rest in Peace Uncle Bob, you'll now be together with the love of your life.❤
September 11, 2017
So sorry for ur loss my cousins, ur dad was a good man and a good dad. May he rest in peace, love to all, cousins, Carolyn and Doreen. God bless you all
September 11, 2017
I met Bob through a dear friend Marcia Landsman. I immediately took to Bob and the Kady family. I thoroughly enjoyed conversations with Bob over a myriad of topics. He was well versed in many subjects. He became a valued friend. My favorite memory is when I was raveling through Boston once and introduced Bob to my Dad Jack Lotz. You would have thought that they knew each other for years. They discussed everything. Bob is not gone, he is with his dear wife Connie and together they are looking out over all of us. I know that when I think of Bob from this point forward I will know that he just dropped by for a visit. Bob is a good man and an outsanding friend. John and Jack Lotz