“In memory of my Dear Husband.
“Without Bob, I would not have met my husband, I worked with Bob at American Standard. We always gave each other a hard time teasing. We really miss him! He was a great brother in law!
“I worked with Bobby for 3 years at UTPD and he is one of the reasons I wanted to be a police officer. Most of the young officers were effected by him in some way. If you went to Scott Park campus you knew it was secure with Bobby in his minivan patrol vehicle
“You were a great husband, father, uncle and most of all a great servant to the Lord. We will miss you and soon, we will see you again. Love you uncle Bob!
“Bobby was a good man and it is sad to hear of his passing. I met Bobby after he retired and was working special events. I remember him learning to play the mandolin while watching the parking lot. Rest in peace Bobby.
“My prayers are with the Clark family. I worked with Bobby a few years before he retired. He was a great guy and will be missed.
“Bobby, my beloved brother,my childhood playmate,my big brother that looked out for me, my best friend, I miss you already.
We can never be separated from those we love.. because God leaves us with memories to hold and love that doesn't pass away. In time we realize that our loved one lives on.. not only in a home beyond the setting sun but within our hearts.
(I will meet you in the morning.)(One of our favorite songs.)
“we truly have a wonderful family! i appreciate all the memories around Grandma and Grandpa Gonyers table when we were all together laughing.I know I was so young but i really remember all the constant teasing by BOTH uncle Bobs!!!!I hope as a family we will be able to continue to show our love and support.i love all....TRISTAN
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CLARKBobby B. "Bob" Bobby B. "Bob" Clark, age 80, of Toledo, went to be with the Lord on Monday, November 12, 2012, at Ebeid Hospice Residence in Sylvania, where he was surrounded by his family. He was born on April 14, 1932, to Thomas and Gladys (Brooks) Clark in Lexington,...Read More