Guest Book for Robert E. Weir Jr.

Provided by Kopler - Williams Funeral Home

Posted by: Mike Litteer
Sun October 12, 2014
I didn't know Robert, but I have bought logs from his son, Matt, and I consider him a friend. Knowing Matt as I do, the man who raised him and taught him his values must have been a pretty good man.
My wife Bonnie and I extend our condolences to Matt and his family.

Posted by: Richard Costanzo
Sun October 12, 2014

CONTINUUM WREATH ON EASEL was sent by Billy, Richard, Carol, Chris, Kathy, Lucille and Ida Costanzo.

With our deepest sympathy and love. Billy, Richard, Carol, Chris, Kathy, Lucille and Ida Costanzo


Posted by: Jamaes and Gwen Derrenbacher
Sun October 12, 2014
Will always remember Bob for his faithfulness in ministering to the men of the area.  He called Jim frequently even when his health was a challenge.  He showed his trust of Christ as disease weakened him.  What an example.

We too met his son, Matt,  as he worked on a project on our route 70.  What a considerate person he is.  That too would point to the kind of father who raised such a son.  
  Bob will be very much missed.  My prayer is that God may comfort you each and give you strength to walk through the days ahead of you.  Gwen and Jim

Posted by: Cindy Brown
Sun October 12, 2014
My deepest sympathies to Isabelle... the children and all the family!  Bob touched so many lives and he will "always" be remembered fondly!

Posted by: Vera Bellows (RG&E)
Mon October 13, 2014
My deepest sympathies to Bob's family.  I knew Bob through RG&E, also knew his father who also worked for the RG&E.  They both were two of the nicest people, very kind and with a wonderful sense of humor.  I remember wanting to buy my husband a bike for his birthday and told Bob about the special bike my husband wanted.  Bob immediately told me he could find just the one Bill wanted...purchased it for me and even brought it to me
at my house.   He will always be remember as a kind and thoughtful friend.  The obit in the Nunda was wonderfully written.  Sympathies, again.

Posted by: Joy
Mon October 13, 2014
Bob will be greatly missed, but we know he was looking for that "city whose founder and builder is the Lord" and is enjoying it now. I'll never forget his story of how in 1972, Phyllis Morgan told him we needed the electric up in running at Camp Cherith within a month, because a dining hall would be built by then. Even though he didn't believe it would happen he made sure the electric was there in time.

Posted by: Craig Green
Tue October 14, 2014
To Isabelle and family, My heartfelt condolences to all of you on the passing of Bob. I have such fond memories of him at the RG&E for the many years my dad, Churchill "Chuck" Green worked for him. I remember the days when dad would take us to work with him, Bob always showed true interest in our lives. and activities. I fondly remember the RG&E picnics behind the Fillmore offices and the fun we kids would have when taken for a ride up in the bucket truck.
I remember at dad's memorial service a few years ago the wonderful words and stories that Bob shared about dad. He was truly one of my dad's best friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with you as you so through this sad time.

Posted by: Maureen McMaster Sturges
Tue October 14, 2014
Bob was of great spiritual support to me at times of tremendous need.  I loved him deeply and Isabelle is now carrying on his legacy in her own special way. He will be missed.   As Bob always said when I would tell "God Bless You", his answer was consistently "He always does" and so He will.

Posted by: Dan Kamakaris
Wed October 15, 2014
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.

Posted by: Steve and Paula Honnold
Fri October 17, 2014
Heavens gain our loss of one of the dearest men we've ever known.  We will always smile as we remember Bob.  Our prayers are for the family to know and love the Savior, the Lord Jesus, as Bob did.  Isabelle, may you rest in the Peace of all peace as He comforts you and carries you through the days ahead.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you.  Celebrating a wonderful life!  

Steve and Paula Honnold

Posted by: Sandy and Tom Robertson
Sat October 18, 2014
We were both saddened to hear of Bob's passing.  He was such a good friend to our family when we lived in Nunda.  We enjoyed the times we stopped in on our way through Nunda to Rochester to visit family in the summers since moving to FL in 2002.  Bob will be greatly missed.  He had such a kind and generous heart and loving spirit.  He sure did like his garden and being outside in God's nature, too.  We will be praying for you all as you deal with his absence on earth.  Looking forward to a reunion in heaven someday.

Posted by: Jennifer L. Wolfe
Sat October 18, 2014
I have known Mr. Weir through Matt and my son Jesse Craft. Mr. Weir I remember for the love of his family and how he helped the community. Jesse came home one day and told me how he was honored to meet Mr. Weir and that he will not forget the help he received from him. Mr. Weir you will missed and loved by so many. My prayers and thoughts go out to Matt, Mrs. Weir and the rest of his family. He is now an angel looking down and protecting those he loved so dearly.