ROBERT "BOB"-CRAWFORD-Obituary

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ROBERT "BOB" CRAWFORD

Strongsville, Ohio

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ROBERT “BOB” CRAWFORD, age 72, of Strongsville; beloved husband of the late Kathleen (nee Sanfilippo); loving father of Brittany and Chris (Kristen); dearest grandfather of Christopher; son of the late Hugh and Grace (nee Grainer); dear brother of Dianne; beloved uncle and dear friend of...

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Bob was a client of mine for years, I cut and styled his hair. Just a really good guy, I always enjoyed when he came in. Sure going to miss him.

Marilyn

Dear Brittany,Chris, Kristen, and family.
We are so very sorry to hear of your Dad's' passing.We extend our deepest sympathy to all of you as you grieve the loss of your father. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you and keep you close in your time of sadness. There are many memorable times when we worked with your Father at Reliable Oldsmobile and Ganley Dodge West.The Best way to describe him. Consummate Professional and all around Great Person.
Russell and Victoria Rich

I knew Bob from high school days in Cleveland. We would frequent Marymount dances together. I had the privilege of knowing Kathy and we spent many good times together. I reconnected with Bob a couple years ago, in Boca Raton,
and we had a terrific evening laughing about the old days. We had several conversations only a few days ago in which I expressed how much our friendship meant to me. See you on the other side, Bob.

Bob & Kathy were our next door neighbors on Brickmill for 14 years. You could not ask for better neighbors. I remember Bob cutting his grass every Friday. He & Kathy were so much fun. Our deepest sympathy to Brittany, Chris & Kristin. Even though we haven't seen each other for a long time, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

We had the privilege of working with Bob at Ganley. He was a kind, genuine man. We would frequently run into him and Kathy at the reverse raffles, held at Michaud's. What a great looking couple they were. May your memories of him be a blessing. Our Sincere Condolences .

Dianne:

I am so sorry you have lost your beloved brother and best friend, Bob. Always cherish the many good memories between you and Bob, from his birth through adulthood. There will always a special bond between you and Bob.


You are a true blessing in my life! So glad I met Bob through you.


Lots and lots of love,


Marianne

Good Guy, Good Car Guy, RIP. rrh

What a great guy. Sad

My dear cousin Bob will be remedied for his joy and laughter. For his ability to tell a great story and joke (youd almost mistake him for a U of M fan). We love him. Well miss him.