Photo courtesy of Oakey’s Vinton Chapel

Robert Nelson Pagans

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Dear Family, Nelson will be missed, he was a wonderful person and we are glad we had the opportunity to be his friend. Because of health reasons we were unable to attend but, our hearts and prayers were with you. Love, Sandra & Ralph Geabhart

Sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers will be with you during this time of sadness.

I was so sad to hear of Uncle Nelson's passing. He was a kind and gracious man and always knew how to make us laugh. I know you all will miss him deeply, but I hope you will find comfort in knowing heaven has gained another wonderful angel. I was so blessed to have such a wonderful loving and caring family. Many thoughts, love, and prayers are sent to you all.

Donna Pollard Collins and Family

Nelson will be remembered as a strong, straight forward and common-sense individual. We faced the death of a grandson together (our daughter Jennifer is married to Barry). His sympathetic counsel and sound advice during this difficult period were a model of grace and dignity. I am confident that these qualities prevailed in all of his endeavors. Our thoughts are with Helen. Dan and Janice Leach, Mill Valley, California

Dear Aunt Helen, Barry, Jeff, and Your Families,
Thinking of you and the loss of Uncle Nelson. We have so many fond memories of him at our family get togethers. We could always count on him for some good one-liners and laughs. We will miss him so much! Love to you all!

You will always remain in our hearts with warm and loving memories. Love to Helen, Barry and Jeff. See you soon in your new home!


Robert's Obituaries

Robert Nelson Pagans, of Vinton, passed to his Heavenly home January 17, 2013 after a lengthy struggle with leukemia and lymphoma.He was retired from General Electric with 33 years service and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving during the Korean Conflict. He was a faithful member of...

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