Prayers for the family. May he rest in peace.
I worked with Bob at the Post Office. He was such a friendly, kind man, and I am glad I got to know him, he was great to work with. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray for peace and comfort for you at this time of loss, and remember that this is not the end, just another part in the journey.
My prayers are with Bob’s dear family and close friends. I enjoyed working with Bob at the Postal Service. Great person to work with.
I have very fond memories of Bob, and much respect for him, as a USPS employee and a person. He will be greatly missed.
Rest in peace Bob, you will be missed.
We knew Bob from USPS in Austin. He was funny and kind and even did some electrical with for us. We are so sorry for his family and are praying for their comfort and peace.
Mark and Julieta Nettles
Please accept our sincere sympathy on your loss. He was one of our dearest friends and will be missed. Rest in peace Bob.
Bob was a great man and will be truly missed.
Jesse G Brown
It was a pleasure working with Bob at the Post Office. R.I.P
The world just got a little darker.
“Irregardless”, thanks to Bob, I know who put the lights on that Missouri water tower.
Bob was a good friend and coworker at the USPS. He was also a pretty darn good pinochle player.
My thoughts and prayers are with Bob and his family. May God bless you all . Rest In Peace my dear friend. 🙏🏻💕🙏🏻
My thoughts and prayers go out to Bobs family. My fondest and favorite memories of Bob are every Friday afternoon at the post office. He would ask “did you bring your guitar?”. So I would sit and play for him. Many times Jeff Regal would join in too. Bob would laugh and sing along and he knew all the songs and we had a great time! He had a wealth of knowledge on just about everything! He was a great man and will be missed. Oh and Bob, I finally learned to play “I can’t find my way back home.” Rest In Peace my friend. 🎸
I’ve worked with Bob and will alway remember his affinity for the number 3. Many other fond memories. Rest well dear friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones. May you find strength and peace.
My sincerest condolences to your family in this time of sorrow. Bob was a delightful man, his light will be missed.
I had the privilege of working for and with Bob at the USPS. I admired and respected him as both my supervisor and as a fellow supervisor! I’ll always have fond memories of Bob and his many stories. RIP my USAF/USPS brother.
Love you uncle Bob! Will miss talking Cardinals with you!
Bob always had a smile on his face. He loved his girls so much. He will be missed. R.I.P. Bobby
So sorry for your loss. I never worked with him but he was always so kind and such a nice man to be around. May God bless you and your family during this difficult time.
Rest in Peace Bob.
You will be missed.
There was no better man. Rest In Peace, BOB.
I worked with Bob at the Post Office. We both did time in the Air Force. He was the kind of person you will never forget. Family; my prayers go up for you that the passing will be one to remember of Likeable Bob.
I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting and knowing Bob through NAPS. He was always willing to help. Always had a joke or funny story. We shared Air Force stories as well as Post Office stories. I will miss you as will so many others. Prayers of comfort for your family. See you later, Bob.
Rest in peace Bob, Have fond memories working with Bob within the NAPS organization.
Mike and Tina Pina-Sullivan
Bob was always in a good mood and willing to help anyone with whatever possible way he could. He will be missed!
I was fortunate to work for and with Bob for several years at USPS. He was respected and liked by all. He was not only a supervisor, but a friend. Bob was very intelligent and well spoken. I enjoyed many sports conversations with Bob. I am very sorry for your loss.
Bob was one of the most interesting people I’ve ever met, we could talk for hours. He brought a kindness and light to the world that we’ll all miss.
Patty and Clif Steed
We remember Bob as an enthusiastic supporter and volunteer of the Settlement Home for Children. He spent many hours at the Palmer Events Center setting up and working at the annual Garage Sale to support the Home. His active and cheerful participation will be greatly missed.
I worked with Bob for many years. While we were on the opposite spectrums of baseball – I was a Cubbie, he was a Cardinal, we both really loved baseball and had lots of great discussions. I’ll be out of town this Friday, but I am signing up for the celebration of life. Your family is in my prayers as you go through this time.
Bob became a close friends when we shared a home on Lake LBJ over the summer of 2019. We especially enjoyed having breakfast on the patio and talking for hours about the different parts of America we grew up in and how that influenced our lives for 70 years. Later, we would watch a Randolph Scott or John Wayne cowboy movie together. Afterwards, he would retreat to his room to listen to the St. Louis Cardinal baseball game. I will miss his companionship and sense of humor.
Susan Jere White
Bob was my closest friend and a wonderful travel companion for the last 14 years. When we traveled to Ireland, Austria, Italy, and Iceland, he loved fun activities like riding in a horse-drawn sled over the snow and hiking to the top of the mountain. He could be the life of the party or retreat to his room for quiet. My fondest memory is when I would ambush him when he returned to the room and we’d fall on the bed giggling like kids. I will miss him every day of my life.
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