Robert Schmalfuss

Chattahoochee, Florida

1929 - 2020 (Age 90)


Chattahoochee, Florida


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Robert Schmalfuss Chattahoochee - Robert L. "Schmo" Schmalfuss was born on October 25, 1929 in Zion, Illinois and went to be with his Savior on June 24 surrounded by his loving wife and children. His long life produced many wonderful memories for all those who had the pleasure of knowing him. He...

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I am so thankful for Mr. Schmalfuss. I learned so much from him, and I can remember so much from his class - and that shows what kind of teacher he was! His class was full of stories, laughs, and serious talks from time to time. Here are some of the things I remember:
-Camels are his favorite animals!
-"Colder than a polar bear's nose"
-Recollections from his time at the North Pole
-Dixie Land Jazz, not 7/11 songs
-"Neat, Reat, and Complete"

Belva, it really seems such a short time since we saw you in your wedding dress...and of course it isn't. I remember when you were worried about Bob's health, about 27 years ago, and you had to learn to cook "less southern" food! You did a wonderful job of keeping him healthy, and built one of the best families I know. He was a very special, kind man, with an enthusiastic committment to teaching, music and helping others. Wonderful memories, and we are so sorry for your loss and...

Schmo was a wonderful teacher while my children attended NFC in the 1990s.
He took a genuine concern in his students and how he taught them. You do not see that in teachers now.
He supported the athletics at the school, and he was hilarious at basketball and softball games.
Our hope and prayer for his family is that the memories of your husband and Dad, and how he touched so many students and their parents lives will be a sense of comfort for you all at this sad time.

Deepest condolences to you and your family Joann. He was a great teacher during our time at NFC.

Belva, We extend our prayers and sympathies to you in the passing of Bob. We have good memories of Bob when we attended First Baptist. Always enjoyed Bob's good nature.

Grove of 100 Memorial Trees

We were blessed to have known Bob during our tenure at NFCS. He was a joy to know and was overflowing with love for the Lord and for his students. Well done, good and faithful servant!

Youll be missed, Schmo. Ill miss you telling me Youre lookin good! Every time I saw you at worship service!

May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of times together. Our condolences.