My deepest sympathies for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
I forgot to add that I am keeping the Riethmiller family in my prayers.
I did not know Mr. Riethmiller personaly, but I did grow up with his Son Bill. Grandma lived on Third Street down from the field (as it was known back in the 1960's) . god Bless his family, but know he is at Peace.
Today we say "Goodbye" to a truly wonderful man. We love you Uncle Bob and will miss you. Until we meet again...
Dorie, I taught across the hall from you for a year at Dorseyville. Bob would stop in at the school and never forgot to stop in and say hello. You were a great "neighbor" who helped me, the new kid, a lot. Helping was something that Bob did all the time, too. I want to thank you for those IDEALs pictures that you gave me when you retired. I still had a few of those beautiful, often-used things when I retired last year. I remember you and Bob fondly and wish the best for you and your family.
Dear Doris and Family, Jean and I and Lil send our deepest sympathy in the loss of Bob. He was a very caring person and the good Lord had a mission for him and he fullfilled it completely and he will be missed and remembered by
many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Our deepest sympathy,
Jean & Roger Moline and Lillian Marmarella
After reading about Mr. Riethmiller, I now know why they call his," The Greatest Generation". He makes all veterans proud. I'm sure he will have a special place in heaven.
Jack Friel, O'Hara Twp.
It was an honor to know you, and I will miss you, but I know you are at peace now.
Bob was and will be one of the best people I've ever met. He taught me so much about caring for our fellow veterans. My prayers to his family.
Sorry to hear about Bob, knew him for many years...prayers and thoughts, for the family.....Rich and Nancy Phillips
I'm sad to hear of the passing of Cootie Bob but we know he's still hanging out with all of those veterans that he loved spending time with! My condolences to his family.
Sorry to hear of the passing of your dear Father.
Know that your family is being remembered in prayer in a special way during this difficult time.
Sister Mary Jo
Dear Doris and family,
98 is a long and full life. I know you will miss Bob very much. He is a man that many people will remember for a long long time.
Ann Campbell Carlson
Aspinwall Junior High
Uncle Bob, we loved you and you will be missed by one and all.
Bill, your father inducted me into the VFW when I returned to Pennsylvania, My thoughts & prayers are for you and your family at this time of sorrow.