I can say with certainty that Bob Kiley was one of the finest men I ever worked for. I'm so sorry to learn of his passing.
Bob was my boss for nearly 15 years, he was a great guy and I'll never forget his compassion and careing.
I will miss my former boss, and radio industry pioneer.
Lois Although I haven't seen you and Bob for many years, I very much wanted to offer my condolences to you and your family. I share your feelings of loss as I just lost my husband last week to the same disease. I remember you as a strong person with a great positive attitude which will help you get through this.......Nancy
HI LOIS, STAY AS TUFF AS WE WERE IN GRADE SCHOOL.
Bob will be greatly missed what a wonderful father, husband, and friend who will be greatly missed. He and Larry are the life of the party in heaven!! He will be in our hearts forever. Love, Tom, & Susan Hughes and boys
Dear Lois, So sorry to hear of your loss. I didn't know Bob well, I just knew he must be a great guy to have been your choice.
Sandy Meredith McNulty (Ed sends his greetings too.)
I am so sorry to hear of Bob's death. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Joanne Metcalf Furnish
Bob will be missed. He was the first person to help me get a break into radio in 1971. He was a great person, had a wonderful laugh and enjoyed the best of times. To his family, I extend my deepest sympathies and I know your will be sustained by many wonderful memories from the past. He was one of the "Good Guys"!
My love to you and your family. Cherish the wonderful memories and let your family and friends be your strength. I have so many fun memories of Bob on our trips to Florida, France and the Pointe (IU). There is comfort knowing he is now at peace.
Dear Lois, Bob was a fantastic person, and always a pleasure to be with. I have such fond memories of Bob, and you. God be with you in this time of sadness. Phil(Sonny) and Deni Kaiser
Lois, How many memories can you share over fifty some years? Tailgating, hit and spread card games at my first office on Meridian Street,bridge and then gin rummy club, sharing a wonderful neighborhood watching our kids growup.golf outings.think maybe we did it all. Bob will be missed by us, but we had a wonderful time sharing our lives with yours. Love Sam &Janet
Dear Lois (and family), We send our prayers and sympathy. We are so sorry to hear about your loss - please know our hearts are with you. Our love, Joe and Jan Andrews
Lois. I am so sorry for your loss. I loved the 2 of you, you were so great together. I'll never forget your engagement at our place in Calif. Words just can't explain how I'm feeling right now. Just know that I'm thinking of you and you will be joined together again! Bob was so kind to come to Jeff's service, just wish I could be there for you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
To the Entire Kiley Family...
You're ALL in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers.
Jeff, Amy, and Jeff Jr.
My deepest sympathy to the family of an old friend. Bob and I were classmates at Little Flower, lost touch for awhile and reconnected during our "500" Festival days. He as a board member while I was the Executive Assistant to Jo Hauck. Rest in God's loving hands old friend.
I was so sorry to learn of Bob's passing. It is a terrible loss, I know. My prayers are with you always.
You and Bob had a wonderful life together. God's grace and love can be counted on during times of grief and sorrow.
I will be sincerely praying for you in these days ahead.
Dearest Lois, Linda and I send our sincere sympathy. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Bob was such a wonderful guy. I was honored to be in his foursome nine years ago at our 50th Reunion, and we had a great time! Love, Cookie
I never know what to say. I know that Lois et al are saddened, but Bob is no longer experiencing the devestation of that disease. He is at peace! Thank God!
Phyllis & Bob Yount Orlando, Fl
Our prayers and thoughts are with Lois and family.