Robert B. Regelman

May 2, 1960 - February 4, 2013
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On February 4, 2013, Robert B. Regelman, 52, of New Sewickley Township, was found deceased in his home. Born May 2, 1960, he was a son of the late John ?Jack? and Delores (Gale) Regelman and was also preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Zona Roscoe. Robert is survived by two brothers, JohnContinue Reading

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Linda Mitchell left a message on February 12, 2013:
Dear Karen and Boys, I'm so sorry that Robert has passed. I know it is hard to lose a brother or sister. Please know that I am thinking of you at this time. It is hard to think of all you grown up. Your mom was a good friend. Love from an old card club buddy of your moms. Linda
Michelle (Sluder) Waxler left a message on February 11, 2013:
I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He was one of the nicest guys I had the opportunity to go to high school with. God Bless.
debbie cron left a message on February 10, 2013: have my sympathy and love for lose.
anthony remaley/Deborah Shipley left a message on February 10, 2013:
Robert you were a great man i wish we had more time to see each other again, but, i believe we will when we get to Heaven. RIP my friend May God with your family at this time and as in all times. He will never leave us nor forsake us.
Barbara (Powell) Horter left a message on February 10, 2013:
Bobby's parents were two of my dear friends as his mom Gale and I spent much time together in Big Knob PTA together and shared our children's growing up. I wish to convey my sorrow to John, Mark and Karen at the loss of their dear brother. I remember Robert as Bobby and watched him have fun with his sister and brothers and my children during those years. Bob was a tender loving boy who I think felt a great loss (as his siblings did) when they lost their father so young. Gale was a wonderful mother and over the years when we came upon each other as grammas and older women, she still shared her great love and pride in her family. I believe in Heaven and know they are together there watching down on John, Mark and Karen now. Such a great loss for all of you suffer so young, God bless you all.
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Barbara (Powell) Horter left a message on February 10, 2013:
In memory of Robert Regelman and in tribute to his parents John and Gale Regelman, with great love and affection.
Dennis McCullough left a message on February 9, 2013:
Gale, John # Karen sorry to hear about the passing of Robert. You have my deepest sympathy.
andrea maier left a message on February 9, 2013:
thoughts and prayers of Bob...he was an awesome friend,,you will be missed by many RIP in peace my friend
Mark Fouse left a message on February 9, 2013:
To Mark and Karen my deepest condolences for your loss,I try to keep up on news from back home online and was saddened to see bobs obit. in the times online, I am so sorry, he was a good friend to me back in the day, may he rest in peace, take care and may god give you strength in your time of dealing with his loss.
Amanda O'Neil left a message on February 9, 2013:
I am Bob's niece, Amanda. I say he is my Uncle/Brother because he lived at home while I was growing up there. He often came to my side when I needed him all those years ago. I was a little girl and he protected me. I remember his Jeep and loving to ride in it. Bob was such a loner that I'm sure people thought he was mean (and his size tended to help that thought) but he was a gentle man and would help anyone at the drop of a dime. I was blessed to become closer to him since the passing of my Grandma (his Mom) and even though we didn't talk often, I know the times we did he cared and that made those few minutes special. I will miss him dearly and will think of him often. I love you and may you be at peace with the people that love you in Heaven.
Cindi (Christie-Evans) McNear left a message on February 9, 2013:
Bob once picked out a doberman puppy from a litter we had in the 80's. The puppies looked pretty much the same except he picked out the red pup. Didn't that dog start growing the minute he took it and became as long legged as Bob was. The dog had few people he disliked but my x father in law was one of them. Bob would be at our house visiting (Psycho always came with him) and Art would walk in the door and Bob would take his leather jacket and lay it over top Psycho and it was so big and heavy the dog had no option but to stay laying down. Loved Bobs laugh it was contagious....when he called he always said "whatcha doin junior"....see you on the other side Bob, hope they have your video games all set up and waiting for ya.
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