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August 22, 2013
Bob was a great friend in the Mayfair Rotary Club. We sure will miss him.
August 22, 2013
Bob sold me my second car,he was fair and good man. I've enjoyed your christmas cards and thank-ful I was able to put him in touch with his nephew Jon Luther. Sorry I cannot attend funeral. Thoughts prayers with Deanna and family.
August 20, 2013
Bob will be missed. Though I haven't seen him in a long time I still remember sitting in his office and listining to stories. Bob gave me my first opportunity at Renner as a ASEP student. Miss those days, my condolences.
August 19, 2013
Bob was a great friend and Rotarian.He was a vital person in the success of our club and especially the Easter Egg Hunt! All of the members at Mayfair Rotary send our deepest condolences.
August 18, 2013
My deepest sympathies to the Luther family. Bob and I “grew up” together, from his days as a service writer at Renner Olds on 68th and Milwaukee Avenue, until he retired as service manager at their facility on Highway 100. Bob and his crew were one of the reasons I not only kept going back to Renner myself, but sent many people there also. Bob was an honorable and ethical man who could be trusted to advise you on matters pertaining to servicing your car. He always greeted you with that big smile of his, and was genuinely glad to see you. Bob treated you not only like a customer but like a friend. May God grant him peaceful rest, and grant solace to his family, knowing that he was loved and respected, and will be greatly missed by those of us in his “extended family”.
August 18, 2013
My deepest sympathies to the Luther family. Bob and I “grew up” together, from his days as a service writer at Renner Olds on 68th and Milwaukee Avenue, until he retired as service manager at their facility on Highway 100. Bob and his crew were one of the reasons I not only kept going back to Renner myself, but sent many people there also. Bob was an honorable and ethical man who could be trusted to advise you on matters pertaining to servicing your car. He always greeted you with that big smile of his, and was genuinely glad to see you, whether or not you were having your car serviced. In a business often populated by “phonies”, Bob was the genuine article, who treated you not only as a customer but as a friend. May God grant him peaceful rest, and grant solace to his family, knowing that he was loved and respected, and will be greatly missed, by those of us in his “extended family”.
August 18, 2013
So sorry for your loss. It is hard to comprehend being without the one you love. Hopefully, God will help you through. Love, Mary Ann
August 18, 2013
Jim and family sorry for your loss. Bob was a frequent visitor at my dads service station steves amoco on Watertown plank road. Very nice guy. My thoughts and prayers to your family
August 18, 2013
Bob was a loyal employee FOREVER & a cherished friend of our entire family: multiple generations...
We are all better people for having had him in our lives.
All of us will treasure our memories.
What can you say when you have lost a dear friend? Very little, if you are able to speak at all...
James & Susan Renner
August 18, 2013
Sincere condolences to the Luther family for the loss of your dear husband, dad, friend. As Deanna's cousin, I had the thrill of being a flower girl in their wedding. As a 5 year old, Bob was bigger than life. It was always a joy to see him throughout the years at family reunions as he was so very kind. I'm sorry for your loss.
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