“To the Harper family and friends I wanted to send my condolences Bob was like a bother to me we worked a International Paper in the Dryer Department 1980 to 1983 I have a lots of good memories we used call our line in the department the I.P. connection no one could break our record in the production rest in peace bro I miss you.
“I will miss Uncle Bobby that's what I called him and he called me niece. RWU see ya on the other side
“To the family continue to be embraced by Gods unchanging hand.
“To the family of bobby harper i know what u going thur keep yall head up and i am praying strength for u guys janice love u lil bobby and timmy and doris
“Auntie and the rest of my faimly I am so sorry for this lose. Bobby will be missed deeply by me and many more I love you all and will keep praying for you daily
“I am so sorry for your loss; but just know that God heals all hurt and sorrow. Bobby was always a great brother-inlaw to me; he will be missed dearly. My prayers are with the family! Love always, Francis Harper
“I remember the last time I saw you at the plaza on Lewis Ave. You were all smiles even though you were having health issues. It is great to know you as a co-worker and friend. May God hold you tight in his bosom and provide your every need and desire. Miss you Bob. See you in eternity with God our Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit of God.
“Dear Lucille and family... My deepest condolences to you all. Will be praying for the family!
“so,sorry for your loss
God,shall heal all wounds
trust and believe
Harper, Bobby Joe On February 4, 2013 God called one of His servants to eternal rest. Bobby Joe Harper was born August 6, 1954 in Gurdon, AR to Tim and Dorothy Harper. As an infant the family moved to Buffalo, NY where he lived until a young adult. Bobby was saved and baptized at an early age. He...Read More