Winnabow, North Carolina


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WINNABOW — Long-time Lumberton resident Robert Joseph Miller passed at age 65 on June 13, 2018.

Bob was born in the US Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, and spent his early years traveling as part of a Marine family. His favorite spot was...

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I'm gonna miss Bob. I hadn't seen him in a few years, but I had been thinking about him recently. I didn't know he wasn't well. I've had many conversations over the years and many good times. Rest in peace Bob.

While I have not seen Bob in many years, I shall forever recall his awesome sense of humor during our high school days - bringing laughter to us all daily. He loved pranks and teachers not so much. Sincere sympathy to the family and you are in my prayers.

I met Bob through his sister Carolyn. I originally knew him as the Bob will eat it because he could not wait for his Mom to unload the station wagon full of food from the commissary; so he helped her unload by picking the bag with the most junk food and helping himself to whatever he wanted then disappearing upstairs leaving the rest of the unloading to Carolyn and her Mom. Bob was also our chauffeur to high school as soon as he got his license. Carolyn and I tried not to cramp his style too...

Bob was a favorite guest at the Hayes house and we loved his sense of humor. He was incredibly quick with funny quips but never at anyones expense. He was a kind and gentle soul. People and animals loved him. We were always thrilled to see him drive up and visit. We have wonderful memories of summer days with Bob in our backyard.