We are sorry to hear of the passing of Bob.
We were your neighbors on the corner of N00S and 300 W when you lived on the farm on 300W. We enjoyed having you as neighbors. My parents, John and Ruth Schaumleffel, lived in the house before they moved to Arkansas and then Paul and I moved there.
Bob used his tractor to pull many people out of the drifted snow while you folks lived there!
May you feel peace in the coming days knowing Bob is with the Lord.
In friendship and sympathy,
Paul and Linda
It is with heartfelt compassion that I share God's guarantee regarding death and a resurrection as recorded for us in the Bible. Whether we have religious beliefs or not, the fact is we are all faced with the same problems, including death. Death has always been in our future but this was not God's purpose for mankind. Psalm 34:18 says, "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." The Bible assures us that God does care about our pain and grief; so much so that He says 'death is an enemy' and promises it will be 'brought to nothing'. (1Corinthians 15:26) Further, Revelation 21:3,4 says 'death will be no more'. He promises that our loved ones who have died the hope of the restoration of life or as one definition says, "the state of one risen from the dead". Jesus spoke of the resurrection at John 5:21, 28, 29. Jesus himself was resurrected by his Father and performed many miracles including resurrections when here on earth.
So know that while we experience the grief and sadness because of death that God is a promise keeper and we will have the prospect of seeing our loved ones again which not only provides hope for the future but benefits us even now!
May God bless your family and friends of the deceased in the coming days......
Thoughts and prayers to all of the family. I am thankful for Bob and being a part of his family members' lives over the years.
Bob was an old Sweetser friend. Condolences to the entire Needler family. To my Army reserve friend, Jim , hope you are doing well. Bob was one of the good guys at Williamson’s
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I will always remember the great talks about racing when I would see him at the family reunions, it was something I always looked forward to. What a great man who was loved by many, and touched many lives. Fond memories always - I will miss you Bob
Our condolences to Bob's family and friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Jim and Barb and all your family. May each of you find comfort and peace at this time. God Bless each of you
To all the family, I am very sorry for your loss. His memorial was absolutely beautiful, full of so many memories. My sincere condolences.
Love and prayers for your family.
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