Our sincere condolences, Bob. So sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. Ruth and Morgan
Thank You Uncle Bob for all the advice you have given me through my years in Scouting and my Steelworker Years,
It was a privilege to know Bob. He was a kind and gentle man.....humble, caring and most generous in giving of himself to help others. His strong faith was reflected in the way he lived his life. May he rest in the peace of Christ.
We have lost a friend that we so respected, yet heaven will gain a wonderful soul. Lot's of wonderful sharing at our Cursilllo group meetings. Be with Betty. Fondly DeColres, Susie andFrank Frantz
Uncle Bob will be missed. He always had the most amusing, colorful stories from his early days growing up in Lebanon and his war stories from Germany to his later years in Allentown. I only came to appreciate those stories and all the time and service he gave to so many worthy causes as I spent much more time with him over the past few years. He never did anything half-heartedly and tried to make sure the rest of us didn't either! He always saved books for Raym...even the ones that belonged to the Devon House and Cedarbrook libraries...oops! My sympathy to Rob, Tom, Helen and grandkids...what a legacy he left; may he RIP!
Sorry for your loss. Your father was a wonderful person. You have our deepest sympathy. Deb and Lou Stalsitz
SO many memories...... When Uncle Bob gave you a kiss and a hug, you know he meant it. I guess I don't have to keep a flag on hand anymore. Rob, I always knew how proud you were of your parents. God Speed Uncle Bob.
what a loving amazing man who loved God and his family. he was a real sweet man who always met you with a warm hug and loving smile.always happy,kind and filled the room with gentle kindness.may God bless him now as he is joined together with his loved ones in heaven
bob, sorry to hear this. good thoughts to you. joie casey