Robert Wright Brantingham

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Dear Nancy, Jeremy, Eric, Hillary and families, I am So sorry to hear of your loss Our thoughts are with you.
God Bless

Mr. Brantingham was a favourite customer of mine for many years. I always looked forward to his call to reorder his diary insert. I hadn't heard from him recently and knew he'd been ill so I looked online and found this obituary. I was saddened to learn of his passing. I knew him as a witty, kind and cheerful man. My condolences to his family.

Nancy and family.
I just heard about Bob today and I'm so sorry.I know what your going through Mike passed in 1996.I'll be thinking of all of you. Remember the good times you with Bob and the family.
Things will be different but your strong and you will make it.
Your cousin

My Dear Nancy, Jeremy, Eric, Hillary and families, Grief can be so hard, but our special memories do help us cope. Remembering Bob and all of you today and always.

I knew Bob's son Jeremy in high school. After years without seeing each other, Jeremy brought his family into my restaurant and I could immediately see where he got all of his great qualities. Bob was a funny, nice, and wonderful guy. I was always pleasantly surprised when Bob and the rest of the Brantinghams decided to stop by. The restaurant is full of fond memories and funny stories all thanks to Bob. Not to mention he was a great tipper! I'm glad I had the opportunity to know such a great...

Dear Nancy and family,
He was a greatman--a quote from Rudyard Kiplin comes to mind when I think of Bob.
"He could walk with Kings nor lose the common touch"
Sandy Bailey Borrow

I feel so privileged to have known Bob over the years. He was like a mentor to me in those early years at Park and I consider it an honor to have worked with him and seen first hand how much he cared for those around him, the movement forward of the kingdom and how he hungered to know Jesus.
He will be missed by many, but I have no doubt, that if anyone could smuggle a quarter into heaven to give to Peter, Bob could do it.

Bob was one character from my childhood I remember well. I have vivid memories of talking to Bob after church. I always appreciated him taking the time to say "Hi." He would more often than not give me a dollar and always give me a hard time. : )

It was important for me (and so many others, I'm sure) to have male role models like Bob around when we were younger. Love to the rest of the Brantinghams.



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