Robert-DeHaven-Obituary

Robert Leonard DeHaven

New River Valley, Virginia

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Rachel, it's been forever since I last saw you, but I remember how you always spoke of your husband with love. I am sorry for your loss, and I will keep your family in my prayers.

Rachel, When we heard about Bob's death, the memories started filling our hearts of the great times we shared with you and Bob. Our bridge is still "Bob's bridge", we refer to our garden patch as "Bob's wildflower meadow", and when I look at my brick path, I always remember Bob helping me finish it with his John Deere (Ricky was touring). And we'll never forget the special time when Ricky and Bob spent hours rocking on the little cabin porch, talking and dozing. It was...

Jim and I read of Bob's death in the paper this morning and wanted to send our condolences to the family. Rachael we remember some good times, so sorry for your loss.

I am saddened by Bob's death. He was a good friend. All the 1956 grads of HHS will surley miss him.

Sharing your sorrow in the loss of Bob. My heart reaches out to the family with love, sympathy, and caring. Bob was a wonderful person and a dear friend for many years. I feel blessed and thankful to have known him.

May God send his blessings of peace and comfort at this difficult time.

With deepest sympathy, Ann Beamer-Burch, Salem

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Robert Leonard DeHaven, of Pulaski, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 20th, 2013 at his home. He was preceded in death by his father, Leonard Early DeHaven. He is survived by his wife, Rachael DeHaven, of Pulaski; his mother, Louise DeHaven, of Hillsville, two sons and their wives,...

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