Robert Alan Salyer

Ann Arbor, Michigan


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Robert "Bob" Alan Salyer, age 60, died Thursday, February 21, 2013 at his home. He was born February 5, 1953 in Jackson, Michigan, the son of Role Salyer Jr. and Roma Jean (Vaughn) Salyer. Bob graduated from Chelsea High School in 1971, where he excelled in sports and music. After...

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I am so thankful for the opportunity to know Bob. Bob was incredibly welcoming, open and caring. In getting to know Bob I came to know myself a bit better too. I wish our time together had been longer. He will be missed.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

Michelle Mangus

Martha, Sarah, Greg & Brett,
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cindy Chandonnet

Bob fought a heroic battle and although we tend to think he lost, he is with God now and no longer in pain or suffering. He has won the right to eternal rest. My prayers and sympathy to the entire family especially Martha who was there fighting along with him. I wish I could have made it to the funeral but it wasn't meant to be.

Martha, Brett and family our thoughts and prayers are with you in Bob's passing.

Marth, I just heard of Bob's passing last night. He was such a great and fun guy. I know how much you will miss him. I'm so sad for you and your kids. Who could ever forget that smile and personality of his that goes all the way back to the halls of Chelsea High School in the late 60's-71. He was a friend and motivator and just an overall good guy who made everyone who knew him feel like they were his "best bud".
I love you and will see you soon. Lots of hugs on this...

Martha, Sarah, Greg & Brett,
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I will continue to pray for your peace and comfort. Love you all!

So sorry to hear about Bob. He fought the good fight and will be missed. God Bless your family.

Martha and family. May God be with you. Bob's body could no longer go on but his spirit will live on and burn brightly like this candle. Cherish and hold tight to his memories