Robert R. Reischlein

Omaha, Nebraska

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I will always remember Bob and Betty and the rest of their friends getting together and playing Tripoli once a month. A well liked man will be missed. A man of charachter and a good role model.

How many wonderful memories I have of growing up on Poppleton St. and living next door to your family. Mr. Reischlein, as I always called him, was so kind and had a great laugh. Please know that you are all in my prayers.

I worked with Bob at Plaza. He always had a smile on his face, always a kind word. He will be dearly missed.

My prayers and sympathy to all of Bob's family. I bought my first brand new Pontiac in 1967 as a teenager plus six more times. You could treat Bob like he was part of the family. He was honest and made buying a new car fast and easy. They don't make car salesman like Bob anymore and it was a pleasure having Bob as a friend. Bob will certainly have a place in heaven for his faith and honesty.

It was nice to have known Robert for a short time, Betty and Family! Bob will be Missed Deeply! I enjoy him. My Grandkids will miss him...

To the family of Bob, My thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob will be deeply missed. My deepest condolences.

Bob will be missed by so many!! Wally and Bob worked in the car sale business together for 13 yrs. Wally had the utmost respect for Bob. My Prayer are with Betty and family at this difficult time. Nancy Landon

Dad, you touched the hearts of many including mine. I love and miss you so much already. You will live in my heart forever.

I knew Bob from cardiac rehab at Nebraska Medical Center in the Doctors Building. Unlike some participants, he was never a whiner about exercising, but plugged right along like a good boy. I usually was on the stationary bike next to him so we visited some. What an affable guy! My condolences to his family.


Robert's Obituary

Robert Reischlein passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by Westlawn-Hillcrest Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on December 14, 2012.