Robert WeingartnerResided in Gwinn, MIDied May 17, 2010 Robert Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Dale, Sally & Family,You are in our thoughts and prayers. There is a void left when a parents passes from us but as christians we know that we will be with them again.
We will always remember all the times that we “bumped into” your Mom & Dad at Iola and other car things. It was always pleasurable to share the old cars with them. But the most important memory will be when your Dad rescued us with the fan blade for our Model A, his help was much appreciated!
Rosie & Paul King
Our condolances to Eleanore, Dale, Sally and extended family and friends. I have good memories of Mr. Weingartner from childhood days spent in Rock at my grandparents – Paul and Olga Ramseth. They were next door neighbors. I always loved the Halloween decorations that Mr. W. did, his work on classic cars – including getting a ride in one now and then including the Labor Day parade – and he and Eleanore just being very kind to my brother and I as we visited Rock and my grandparents.
Rest in peace Mr. Weingartner – may you be greeted by a calvacade of classic cars and old friends including my grand parents driving them!
It was an honor for me to have had a small part in the care of Bob. He was such a kind gentleman. I was amazed at the stories he told us of the war and his memory. He spoke very highly of you, his family. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. Stop in and visit us sometime.
Sherry Kurtz RN
Dear Rich and Family,
I’m sorry for your loss. In my heart I believe that when we lose someone we love they live through us and give us strength. The time we share makes them part of us. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I want to express our deepest sympathy to you and Dale and all of your family.
Nancy and Bill Hatch
Eleanore & family:
You are in our thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Rely on each other and your family and friends to comfort each other. Laugh, cry, hug and relive all of your wonderful memories!!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Gary and Liz Lauscher
West Palm Beach, FL
Roman and I could write many columns about our dear friend and Rock neighbor Bob Weingartner. I being Gayle grew up next door to him and baby sat his 2 children. Carol is my godchild. Bob and my dad were in business for a time together in Rock, Norge Appliances. Our family life improved because of it.
Roman was always impressed with Bob in that he was a 100% supporter of his teaching and coaching years in Rock. We both moved away from Rock about the same time so our visits were probably on Rocks Labor Day. We especially remember being with them on their 50th wedding anniversary at their son Dale. We know Bob had service connected health problems most of the time we knew him. God Bless Bob.
Roman and Gayle Gill
On behalf of Bay College staff and students, I would like to extend our sympathy to you Eleanor and all of your family in the loss of Bob. Although I have not personally met you, I do thank you for your gifts and support of Mid Penn students attending Bay College. The legacy of Bob and your family lives forever in the hearts of many through your scholarship support. Sincerely, Kim Carne
Kim Carne – Bay College Foundation
A more caring neighbor for my parents and us children could not be found. Both Bob and Eleanor would smile and give us hugs as we moved into our cottage on Little Lake. He will be missed. He was a fine man. May he finally rest in a peaceful and painless sleep.
Hugs to his family.
Little Lake, MI & FL
A special tribute to a True Gentleman.
It’s not the years we spend on Earth,
but the love we share while here.
Our deepest sympathies.
Diane & Steve Mays
Our sympathies go out to all of the family of Bob. I have alot of good memories playing in the Rock Legion Band, and ham radio lessons. He will be missed.
Elaine and Ron Kaminen
My deepest sympathy to Mr. Weingartner’s family.
So many memories and stories. (Landing his airplane in Bergs/Wadeens field was one of them.)
He was a great (Rock) person that will always be remembered fondly by so many people.
Jody (Westlund) Williams
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of my ham radio friend. I always enjoyed talking to Bob whether in person or on the radio. I knew Bob had been in pain for sometime due to war injuries but he seldom shared this with people. Bob was a real gentleman and I will miss him.
Bob was one of the findest man i have ever knowen. a real GENTLEMAN
So sorry for your loss, I remember Mr. Weingartner from when i was at Rock High School. Again, sorry for your loss. May God bless your family at this time. Remember, he will ALWAYS be in your HEARTS and MEMORIES even.
Glenda (Johnson,) Reimer) Beauchamp