Condolence From: Daniel Fowler, Simpsonville, South Carolina
I am grateful for the memories we shared and for the choices you made to have a wonderful family. We will all miss you but I hope to see you again. This life has its ups and downs; but without the clouds in the sky, we wouldn't care about the sun when it shines. I pray you are at peace.
Your grandson - Daniel
Condolence From: Joan Servis, Clemson, South Carolina
Condolence: I knew Bob and Dee as the parents of the man my daughter married. Bob was witty, a fun grandfather, a caring father, and a fanatic about Ohio State football. I am a big fan of Michigan so we had lots of fun with this rivalry.
Bob was loved greatly by his family and he is released from his pain and suffering. My deepest sympathy to his adoring family.
Condolence From: Beverly Ghesquiere, The Villages, FL
Condolence: I was blessed to know Bob. He was a kind man who filled a void in my life for the couple of years we were together in The Villages. We shared a love for golfing, dinners together, cards with the neighbors, a Caribbean cruise, to name a few. I got to know his family much better when you all celebrated his 80th birthday here in The Villages. It was a wonderful time for him. Sadly, I called him this year on his birthday and got a message from Verizon that his phone was no longer in service. Then I sent an email to the only address I had for him, and I received the message that it was undeliverable. I found his obituary after that. I am so sorry for your loss, and when I'd speak to him, he always talked about Chris and all she did for him. Then I'd ask him how Meghan, the girls, and Dale, Marie, the boys, and Betsy were doing; he enjoyed filling me in. I'm sorry that I didn't keep in touch more often, and I'm truly sorry for your loss of Bob. We met each other in church, and my faith tells me we'll meet each other again. God bless you all.
Condolence From: Jane Arrington, Centerburg, Ohio
Condolence: We were blessed to meet Bob when he moved to Feridean, and his friendship and presence enriched our family's lives in countless ways. May your memories comfort you in this time of sorrow.
Condolence From: Chris Diltz, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Happy Birthday Dad. Miss you so much. “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly”. (Betsy shared this beautiful proverb with me).
Condolence From: c bright, galena, US-OH
Condolence: Sorry for your loss. Sure enjoyed seeing "Coach" Fowler and catching up this past Winter.
the Bright boys
Condolence From: Brian & Vicky KOONS, Cameron Park, CA
Condolence: Christine & Dale,
We sure lived “Uncle Juni” as we used to call him. When we saw him last I called him that and he said, “Wow, no one has called me that in a long time.” He sure will be missed. All our love.
Condolence From: Rosemary Behrens, Estero, Fl
Condolence: Chris and family,
Bob was a great brother and friend.
He had a good life and made the most of it.
Duane and I had a lot of wonderful memories
Thanks for all the countless days you spent with your dad. You have been a wonderful caregiver.
Condolence From: Dale Fowler, Greer, US
Condolence: We will miss you Dad, but you have gone on to be with the Lord and are in a much better place. Your suffering has ended. Revelation 21:3-4 "Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God. He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away"
Condolence From: Mary Menke, Coumbus, Ohio
Condolence: So many happy memories.
Condolence From: Betsy Bender, Galena, Ohio
Condolence: Although I only knew Bob for a few years (after he moved to Feridean Commons), I will cherish his memory forever. He was a kind, witty, and compassionate man, and truly a blessing to our entire family. I’ll miss his light and his love. Rest in peace, dear Bob.