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February 05, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with the family! May God be with them through this rough time. But I know that he's met God and found peace and forgiveness and LOVE. LOVE AUNT WENDY
February 04, 2019
We were sadden to hear of Bob’s passing. We had many wonderful gatherings as our kids went thru high school together. Matt and Aarika blessed us with three wonderful grandkids along with Nicole’s two. You will be missed and in our hearts forever.
~ Jim and Pat Burg, Warren, Michigan
February 04, 2019
I want to take a few moments to express how sorry my family and I were to learn of Bob’s (Mr Nayz as I called him) death. I have such fond memories of him from when Nicole and I were younger. He used to cart us around in his convertible to get ice cream. I think he liked to brag that he had two good-looking chicks in his car. ;) We also enjoyed rides on the back of his motorcycle. He was always so welcoming to me and I thought of him as my cool second dad. He made us laugh and acted like one of us kids. I sure miss that. I pray for everyone who knew him and is enduring his loss. I know he is now with our Lord and Savior making everyone in heaven laugh. I sure will miss you, Mr. Nas and will see you again one day. Love always, Lisa (Minth) Cox
~ Lisa Cox , Three Rivers , Michigan
February 04, 2019
Naty and I are truly sorry to hear that Bob has passed away. He was too young. We enjoyed many gatherings with him and the Nasierowski family over the years. These are memories we will always cherish. Our deepest sympathy and prayers to the whole family. With much love, Ron and Naty
~ Ronald Jozwik, Warren, Michigan
February 04, 2019
Bobby. ..you were my bestest cousin. We had great talks. I will miss you terribly.
~ Lillian Szatkowski
February 05, 2019
I knew Bob ever since I was old enough to get out of the house. As kids we played a now astonishing number of ad hoc games in the yards and alleys of Astor, Erwin, Fisher, Badger and Georgia. I'm now sure we drove the adults in the Neighborhood nuts as we ran through their yards chasing each other or breaking their windows in our games of alley softball and wiffleball. Bob was highly competitive and didn't want his polio to be a limiter. His Mom worked at the Sanders Ice cream Shop (enough said). It was a perfect way to grow up even with the fights and taking up various bad habits. We drifted apart as the 2 years differences in our ages grew more important in the teens. I was happy that we re-established communication late in life. He was/is a key part of me. I hope his family will treasure his spark and keep it smouldering in their hearts. I will. Best wishes to Justine and Dennis.
~ Glenn Talaska, Cincinnati, Ohio
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