Floyd H Cantrell
My condolences to Sally and his family. I spent a lot of time with Bob and really enjoyed out time together, he will be missed
Steve and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. From all of the stories you told of him, he had a wonderful life. My deepest sympathies.
Many good fond memories-esp hunting. He was my hunting buddy. Our drives up to hunting-- a hour and a half drive flew by-- all I had to do was ask how his two grand-daughters were doing and I had a good time listening to there exploits and before we knew it we were there. Bob was a good hunter and a straight shooter--with arrow-270-and in life-it served him well. He leaves many good life lessons with us. He will be missed
Mike and Debbie Brown
So sorry for your loss, I will never forget Bob when he would come to the Parish Office he was always smiling. Mike and I are on vacation and canít be there but your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. May his soul Rest In Peace and rejoice with the angels in Heaven.
Mike & Debbie Brown
Dan and Suzanne Entzeroth
Sally we are so sorry for your loss. Our sincerest condolences to you and your grieving family. May God be with you and your family in this time of need. God Bless
Aunt Sally and family I am deeply saddened by the loss of Uncle Bobby. My prayers are with you all in your time of sorrow. Our prayers are with you. Barbara and Alan Broughton.
I knew Bob from our high school years in Fredonia, Kansas. Of course he was an \"older man\", but I knew him well. His wife, Sally and I were classmates and friends during those same years. I send my sympathies to Sally and the entire family as you start through this new phase of your lives. The photo looks very much like I remember him from high school.