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Robert, Sonny Bush and I were stationed together in the army. We had a lot of off duty adventures together. I remember going snake hunting in the Ozark Mountains wild life area out behind Fort Sill.
~ Dale Lackey - May 15, 2020
To the most loyal and honorable friend a man could have missing you .
Rest in peace Robert
~ Paul & Debra Bracci - March 31, 2020
I have to remember the time we all were at grandmaw Shaver for a reunion. They wanted a group picture of all of us kids. Robert and all the boys were had to get positioned in place. Well I can’t leave out myself ,I didn’t want my pic taken either. We had good times at our grandma Shavers. A lot of good times , hope you are remember all of these thoughts. Prayers to all of his family.
~ Sandra Shaver (Darby) - March 25, 2020
Robert was one of the kindest and coolest people I've ever known! He was always very caring about all of his family. Every time I visited my relatives in Dayton
we would always laugh and have a lot of fun. Ethel's house was the first place I wanted to go as soon as we got there. Sitting up all night just playing cards and talking with Bill, Rodney and Robert was a blast. One night we had nothing to do and we went into the garage and found a bunch of old 45 records and starting throwing them from the garage. We woke up the next morning only to catch Ethel's wrath about how they were stuck into the ground all over the neighborhood! I mentioned that at Kenny's birthday to Robert and he couldn't believe I still remembered that. We had such a good laugh!! Just one of many great memories.
Peace be with you, Love ya bro....
~ Dallas Mills - March 25, 2020
Robert was an amazing guy. He was infinitely patient with me while I was learning and it was because of him that I became a passable machinist. He will be missed. My condolences to Robert's family.
~ James Gallimore - March 25, 2020
ill never forget the times i had with him never a dull moment he made me laugh all the time I was his roommate while he was going through what he called a rough patch in his life i think being with me helped him just as well as it helped me cause i was also going through a rough patch so we helped eachother those long nights of just being his soundboard helped me out alot in my life he was a very smart man and did everything the way it was supposed to be done just ask the people that worked with him he was a wonderful uncle and he always made sure i told him!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i often heard about the people he grew up with and the things he wanted to do after he retired hes truly going to b missed love u unc!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! have fun up there
~ Jerry Asbury Jr. - March 25, 2020
A man of many words! Lol, he wasn't an eloquent speaker but he sure had a way with words. A wealth of knowledge and a willing help in a time of need. My brother my friend you were loved by many and will be truely missed dearly.
Give my Dad a hug please and I'll see you again some day! Your Brother Jerry
~ Jerry Asbury - March 25, 2020
Good man, real friend . He will be missed. Proud to know Robert and proud to call him a good friend. Prayers to all family and friends
~ Paul Bracci - March 25, 2020
Robert was always full of life, laughter and love. He was a straight shooter and always told it like it was. Growing up I spent a lot of time in Dayton with my Mamaw Josephine. My papaw would drop us off at Stella’s and I would run into the house and call Ethel to come and pick me up. I always had the best time with him and Belinda swimming, going to movies, staying up late playing Atari in the basement and laughing until our sides hurt. What a homecoming you must’ve had when you entered heaven! I’m quite sure your aunt Josie was pushing everyone else out of the way to hug you first!!
~ Melinda (Mindy) Bledsoe - March 25, 2020
We were family
But not blood
We raised cain together
And was always loved.
Our moms were best of friends
And so. Was us kids
We went to school together
We lived with in a street or two apart
One time only 4 doors down
Now you have gone to heaven
And you wont be around
Which tares at my heart
I will miss you in my life
Which you were a big part .
I love ya Robert . love joanie.
March 23, 2020
Hey give Rodney a kiss for me
~ Joan Stone - March 24, 2020
I am so very sorry for the passing of Robert. My deepest sympathy to the family and friends. My prayers are will all of you during this very difficult time. May God surround you with love, peace, and strength. God Bless.
~ Kim Carroll (Robinette) - March 24, 2020
An amazing soul and Uncle to my daughter Hope Hardin. He had the kindest soul and would do anything for anyone. He was friendly outgoing and loved by many. His presence will be missed, but he’ll never be forgotten. Jesus, I’m sure will welcome him with open arms and loved ones who have gone before him will be so excited to see him. To his Mom Ethyl, I’m so sorry for your loss it’s never easy. He was the amazing soul, he was because of you. To Frank, You were an excellent father and loved by Robert very much. To Belinda, his sister and Bill his brother, so sorry for your loss. One day you’ll all see him again. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
~ Lisa Strank-Denlinger - March 24, 2020
I’m so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to all!
~ Neina Diurno - March 24, 2020
~ Michael Cooper
Robert and I met at the Enon VFW about a year ago. He had just retired from AFRL and was always looking forward to seeing him at the Post.
Incredibly friendly and loved to chat. I like to listen, so we got along rather well.
I know he was going through a lot of medical issues, but seemed like he was getting a hold of things.
He well be truly missed and the Post will not be the same.
~ Jim Rowe - March 24, 2020
A lifetime full of memories. The one Robert used to tell people a lot, ways as young boys we rode our bicycles down the railroad track side of Wright Brothers Memorial Park and lived to tell about it.
A picture in my mind stands out, of my most resent trip back home, this past summer to be with Robert. We were on the lake at Rocky Fort and Robert was smiling, lounging on the boat in his trunks, with wind in his hair and the sun on his face. The most relaxed I’d seen him in a while.
Brother, you have been my brother my whole life, even before I was born.
Your early passing from this earth has left me hollow. I don’t currently know how to say goodbye and I don’t want to learn.
I will miss you all the days of my life.
~ Ben Blanton - March 24, 2020
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