Terry & Sheri Proctor
We are so very sorry Glenda. May God give you peace during this difficult time.
Sue McNeal Wilson
we were so sorry to hear of Bob`s passing. i will always have fond memories of our childhood days at Grandma Nicholson`s with all the cousins. we will be unable to attend as my father, Carl McNeal had surgery yesterday and will remain hospitalized for several more days. Y`all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Sue and Larry.
Bill and Rose Leese
Dear Glenda & family,
Please accept Rose & my sympathy for your loss of Bob.
The few times we were together were always filled with
fun & laughter. He was quite the kidder.
My sister Patsy always spoke highly of both you, Bob,
and your entire family.
May God bless you all in your time of sorrow.
David Warren Lee
Dear Glenda and Family:
Bob and I were cousins but much more - contemporaries, high school
buddies, lifelong friends and correspondents. We shared values and were
proud to be "Nicholsons". I stood with you and Bob at your wedding. It
is painful I will not be there to say "good-bye" and much more! You
were true to family and country! God bless you!
My sincere condolences and prayers go out to Bobs family and love ones. Bob and I met in the early 1980s when he was at BEXCO.We worked together in the oil patch and API Austin Chalk Chapter.Enjoyed so many lunches, rounds of golf, skeet shooting, and work together. Bob's office door was always open and if he was there he saw you no appointment necessary. He was never just a customer but a friend. I'll miss you buddy..RIP.
Bob had a profound influence in my life, and was one of the first men to show me how to truly be a “dad.” His unwavering support of his children was never questioned, and he always made them the priority in his life. Even with so many kids, and eventually grandchildren, he always had room in his heart for more...whether it was friends, kids’ significant others, grandkids’ significant others, great grandchildren...his love knew no limits. He was the definition of a patriarch, and was the glue that held generations together. I’m so grateful he is my kids’ Granddad, and will forever remember what an incredible influence he had in our lives.
Darrell E Martin
Condolences from the Martins
David and Baker family, we are sorry to hear of your loss. In these times, family and friends come together in memory of those closest to us. Please know, if you need anything, reach out anytime. With deepest sympathy, Warren
Rick & Joy Dobbs
Sincere condolences to Glenda and Family.
My deepest sympathies to Glenda and family.
I am so sorry for your loss. Our prayer is that you feel the love of God through the prayers, thoughts, and love from the hearts of those who care and share in your time of sorrow. Praying that Our Heavenly Father will comfort your heart and bring peace to your spirit during this difficult time.
“Revelation 21:4 - He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
Bill and Jan Neale
We were saddened to learn of Bob's death
Glenda, I am so very sorry. Prayers for you and your family.
Kenny and Donna Marshall
Glenda, our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Bob is gone from our sight but never from our hearts! Love Kenny and Donna
I was greatly saddened to read of the passing of Bob. I knew Bob when he and Glenda lived in College Station during his years with BEXCO. He was always welcoming in my visits to discuss business, with a great sense of humor, fair in his business dealings and a man of integrity. I know the Baker family will miss him as we all will.
Patrick F McDermott
This is so sad to hear. Bob, sure did make me laugh on many an occasion.
Prayers to you and your family,
Your neighbors at 2804 Manassas
Pat & Jackie McDermott
Glenda and family, I am sincerely sorry to see this news. Sending prayers for strength, peace and blessings for you all during this time. Such wonderful neighbors and friends you were to Jeff and I. Such good memories made with you all. Miss seeing you and know you all are in my heart. Hugs and more hugs. Love and Blessings.
Marsha Bruce Sanford
Dear,Glenda.........I remember Bob and You very positively for your time in Texas and with Bexco. I did a good bit of business with Bob and he was always honorable, well informed and caring about his friends and business relationships. You both made a great team and you have a fine and large family to show for it. You have my deepest sympathy over your loss. May God Bless You as you go forward...........Bookman Peters