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Robert Lee Lehman

August 12, 1928 ~ September 20, 2016 (age 88)
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Message from Richard and Jennett Huddleston
September 22, 2016 7:08 PM

What a wonderful Dad!!! He was my Dad and my Mom, always gentle, encouraging, such a kind man, always winning souls to Christ, He will have many rewards in heaven, if anyone deserves a ticket to the other side it would be my sweet Dad.

He Will surely be missed, But not forgotten,

He always said he loves all of his kids. and his grandchildren and that he did!

He loved all his brothers and sisters, Eddy was his close to Him,.
His favorite songs Victory in Jesus , How great thou art, In the garden, and he lives.

He love goulash, Beef tips and Noodles, never ate the same meal twice in a week unless it was goulash, Never give him Salads :)

Dad always wanted his family to be close together, to be at peace with one another.

I love you Dad so much, we will see you again someday. Miss you
Richard & Jennett Huddleston, Jessica Michelle Marjorie Katlin Marc , all from Texas

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A candle was lit by Richard & Jennett on September 22, 2016 7:10 PM
Message from This song reminds us of Dad so much
September 23, 2016 2:24 AM
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A TRADITION AND SPLENDOR was ordered on September 23, 2016

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A candle was lit by Richard & Jacqueline Taylor on September 23, 2016 7:44 PM
Message from Richard & Jacqueline Taylor
September 23, 2016 7:48 PM

At this time I recall many memories of my Dad, what he said and what he did. As a child he taught me how to fry HIM an egg, drive a car and most important of all how to pray and worship the Lord. I will treasure our times together * family trips from Michigan to Florida singing songs all the way * making banana bread * shopping (he loved to shop) and * playing "Blow It" or "Chicken Foot" with our family. Over the past several months we sang "You Are My Sunshine" together over the phone, Until he wasn't able to sing anymore so I just sang to him. I WILL MISS THAT SO MUCH! Over the years, he has lead many lost souls to Christ.....which was an example to his children and grandchildren, he was Truly "a fisher of men". We love you Dad and look forward to the day when we see you again with Christ.
Message from Juiwanna (Maloney) Heistand
September 24, 2016 12:41 AM

Jackie, Jeannette, Gary, Christy and Billy, I want each of you to know I love you and am praying for you during this time of your loss. The whole Family has experienced this loss with you. Uncle Bob was a favorite to all. Also, he was a light and inspiration to us! One thing I am glad for is, he was greeted with open arms in heaven PTL! I will continue to pray for you. Love, Your Cousin, Juiwanna!
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A candle was lit by Chris (Lehman) and James Swift on September 24, 2016 8:46 PM
Message from Jayne(neice) and Gary Converse,
September 24, 2016 11:10 PM

Just heard the sad news, we sure had some good times with Uncle Bob. He and Uncle Everett were the best uncles. Always had a joke for us kids and loved to tease us with his teeth popping out. We will have very fond memories of Uncle Bob. Take care Jackie, Janet and Gary. We know how it is to lose a dad.
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A candle was lit by Jayne and Gary Converse on September 24, 2016 11:11 PM
Message from Battle Creek, MI
September 24, 2016 11:25 PM

What sweet sweet memories I have in my heart for you dear Uncle Bob.
I bet you have meant my precious daughter by now and you two are hitting it off. My daughter Nichole will charm you and talk your ear off too! Vacations in Florida were the best growing up because you made them so special. Your sense of humor and love for kids were unmatched! God must have really needed another Angel from my family and you fit the bill. We will all be reunited soon as the Rapture is approaching and I for one am ready to fly! Love you dear Uncle Bob thanks for making my life a much sweeter place.
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A candle was lit by Penny, Gary and Jordan Mcmillan on September 24, 2016 11:27 PM
Message from Chris (Christy) Lehman-Swift
September 24, 2016 11:33 PM

I 'm so thankful and blessed to have spent such special times with dad and the family over these past few years in Kentucky, Michigan, Ocala, FL and Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
It was a true blessing to have been reunited with him after so many years of being apart.
I will cherish the memory of dad giving me away to James on our wedding day.
I look forward to seeing him in Heaven one day!
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A candle was lit by Gary and Mary Lehman on September 26, 2016 9:51 AM
Message from Edna Miller
September 26, 2016 8:38 PM

To a brother that I have always loved and I know always has loved me in return. We are separated for now but you will be in my heart forever and one day we will meet again. I'm so glad I was able to celebrate your last birthday here on earth with you. I cherish the hug that I got from you that day. I will remember it forever.
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A candle was lit by Karen Morris on September 26, 2016 8:43 PM
Message from Karen Morris
September 26, 2016 8:52 PM

I have many good memories of Uncle Bob while growing up. I remember sitting on his lap as he clicked his false teeth at me and he told me that if I didn't eat my vegetables I would lose my teeth like him. I think all of us cousins will agree that he made us all feel pretty special. I know that he is in a far better place and is reaping what he has sown for many years.
Message from Kraig Morris
September 26, 2016 9:03 PM

I'm so thankful that I had the honor of knowing Uncle Bob, I know most kids my age don't think much of their great uncles and aunts. I however will always cherish the memories I have with him! I remember the times he'd visit and chatter his teeth at me, just to pretend he had no idea what I was talking about when I asked him to do it again. While many of the memories I have with Bob are silly stories like that, I'll a;ways remember him as a man of God. As many of us have said, he will always be my favorite uncle!
Message from Kim Lloyd
September 26, 2016 9:21 PM

Uncle Bob will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him. I will cherish the many memories I have with him. From silly songs and chattering teeth, to making him breakfast in his little apartment and borrowing his car to get my drivers license. He was a man who cared, and always made sure that you knew how much he loved you. Every time I talked to him on the phone, even if just for a few seconds before handing it over to my grandma, Edna, for their daily phone call, he asked how my day was and sent his love. I am thrilled to know that I will see him again in Heaven someday!
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