“A beautiful family inside and out. We appreciate Bob's devotion to The Lord, his family and First Presbyterian Church. We offer our prayers and condolences.
“Ed, we are so sorry for the loss of your father-in-law. He was a great, dignified man who gave so much to our world. He lived a beautiful life but it's still hard to give up those we love. We wish you joy and peace in your happy memories of Mr. Safrit. Ed and Gail Gurley, Granite Quarry, NC
“I was very saddened to learn of Bob's death. Bob was the consummate funeral service professional. His demeanor allowed him to establish a positive and helpful approach to anyone who came in contact with him. Kathy and I will always cherish the time we spent with Bob and Betty through our vocation and our friendship. May God be with your entire family in your loss of a very special person.
“Our deepest sympathies are with the loved ones Bob left behind to cherish his memory. Betty I will think of you often and hope you will find peace to help you through this very sad and difficult time.
“Bob dedicated his life to serving familys in their time of need. He truly was a gentleman and a shining example to others in funeral service. His voice and leadership will be truly missed. My prayers are with the family.
Mike Sears, Greensboro,NC
“Bob was such a joy to work with and he will be sincerely missed
Roberta Clodfelter (High Point NC)
“Betty my prayers are with you at time of your lost of a good. I still remember 'sthe good times we had and how nice you'll were to Annie and I on the trips we took when he was President and on the board of NCFDA. Even do we have not see each other for a while, I have had you'll in my thought. Please let me know if ther is anything I can do for you.
Joe I. Joyner (JCFDA-Wilson, NC)
“Bob was a good and faithful servant, a life well lived. He touched so many lives and offered comfort to the families of High Point. Bob set the standards for generations to follow. May your memories comfort you at this time.
“My Daddy, Ervin Griffin worked with Bob at Sechrest for some years. Bob was a fine man with a loving heart that helped many families in their time of need. He always knew the right words to say and they came very easy for him because they came straight from his loving heart. Sidney and I send our thoughts and prayers to Bob's family and the Sechrest family as well.
Susan Griffin Fisher (Elizabethtown, NC)
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HIGH POINT — Bob H. Safrit, age 85, a resident of High Point since moving here in 1948 to begin a sixty-four career with Sechrest Funeral Service, died peacefully November 13, 2012 at his home.
Bob H. Safrit was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina on October 22, 1927 to the late...Read More