Condolence From: Ann Henrikesn, Zeeland, Michigan
Condolence: Very saddened to hear of Bob's passing. He brought so much of his faith into the lives of others. It was a privilege to be his childhood friend. He now is safely Home. He will be missed.
So glad that I got to meet Mary, the love of Bob's life. May the memories they shared be such a comfort for a life well lived. He so loved his children and family. He shared these things with me at a class reunion.
What comes to mind is from Oswald Chambers Utmost for His Highest Nov 11.
"When God gives you a cup that is sweet, drink it with grace, but when it is bitter, drink it in communion with Him".
Blessings and honor to Jesus and to His resurrection promises.
Ann Masten Henriksen
Condolence From: Catherine Serio, Westerville, OH
Condolence: I just saw Me. Tavenner outside in his yard, racking leaves, helping his neighbor with their trash cans, with always a kind word. He was the live version of the energizer bunny, always moving. My heart felt condolences to Mary and her family. Robert will be missed in the court.
Condolence From: Sandra and Guy Devictor, Galena, Ohio
Condolence: My heart to you Mary and to all the children and grandchildren. You are blessed to have Bob in your lives and all the goodness he has spread his personal
Condolence From: Beth Dickson, Lakewood, Ohio
Condolence: To the Dear Tavenner Family. My deepest sympathy in the loss of your Beloved Bob. I have so many wonderful memories of my childhood on Alexander Ave with your whole family . May God grant you strength and courage to face the days and months ahead . Peace and Love to you all . God Bless, love Beth
Condolence From: Janet and Bob Hern, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: Becky and Family,
We are saddened to hear of the loss of your wonderful Dad and Grandpa. May you be sustained by years of great memories and the knowledge that your Dad made such an impact on so many lives. I wish we could have known him.
Janet and Bob
Condolence From: Sally\Hilaire Tavenner, Lorain, Ohio
Condolence: God could not have given the 6 of us a more loving,generous or compassionate brother. So many in his home town have approached me in concern and shock. To know Bob was to love Bob. He is with our parents, grandparents,our beloved brothers,Garth and Patrick. So many in our family have gone before us and we treasure them always and forever. Thank you, dearest Robert. I look forward to our reunion.
Condolence From: Bruce and Connie Hamler, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: We worked with Bob at all of the locations indicated, great guy so sad to hear of his passing.
Condolence From: Todd Smith Smith, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Its with a heavy heart we say farewell to Brother Bob Tavenner. Our thoughts & prayers are with all the family. Bob will be greatly missed.
grand Knight Todd Smith Knights of Columbus Council 5776