Condolences for Robert J. Otten

Earl Holman posted on 3/16/05

Mary, Bob was one of the finest men I ever knew. My deepest sympathy. Earl

 

Lloyd & Betty Guerin posted on 3/16/05

We send our personal condolences and prayers for the entire Otten family. Also, on behalf of the Prince of Peace ACTS community we express our support and prayers for our ACTS brother, Greg Otten, and his family. Your brother and sister in Christ, Lloyd & Betty Guerin

 

Pat Moran posted on 3/17/05

To Bob's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob's contributions to the community will be remembered and missed by all. I jnow there is a hockey game going on right now above. Again our sincere condolences. Pat and Lois Moran

 

Dick and Cheryl Jones posted on 3/17/05

Sorry to hear about Bob. We're in FL until the 1st of April. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you, Mary. Love, Dick and Cheryl

 

Reita Kiessling Schmidt posted on 3/22/05

My sympathy to you and your family. I received this from Judy Hoskins. You may not remember me but you, Mary, had a great influence in my life during eighth grade at St Joe's in Huntington. He must have been a super person to realize how special a person you are and to have the foresite to marry you. Reita Kiesling Schmidt

 

Bonnie Cornwell posted on 3/22/05

Mary, I knew you at St. Joeseph's in Huntington, W.Va. I am so happy that you married and have a family. I send my sincere sympathy for your great loss. Judy Hoskins sent me the information.

 

Mary Johnson Gervais posted on 3/23/05

Mary, So sorry to hear of your loss. Judy Hoskins was so thoughtful to notify all of the class of 1960. I know that he will be sorely missed but will always be present in your heart and mind. He must have been a wonderful caring person and I wish I could have known him. You have one more heavenly guardian angel looking out for you. God Bless you and your family.

 

Patty Malloy Speakes posted on 3/23/05

Mary, I am a grateful voice from your past. I have pleasant memories of school thanks to you. It sounds like you have had a very full and happy life. I am sure you will find strength in your memories and what remains behind. Thinking and praying for you and your family. Patty Malloy

 

Rose posted on 3/15/05

Mary, My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this time. The little bit of time I got to know Bob was a joy. Getting to talk to him about some of his work will be a memory I will always remember.

 

Bob & Jeanine Davis posted on 3/16/05

Bob and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the coming days. Bob and Jeanine Davis

 

J. David Harmon posted on 3/21/05

I send my sympathy to each member of your family. Bob was a friend for many years and was always kind and helpful to me when I sought his opinion or advice. We attended Rotary meetings together and I enjoyed his company. In the early seventies, I mentioned to him hat I was having quite a challenge building a house on quite a hilly lot---we casually discussed it. At the next Rotary meeting, He had drawn a complete set of plans which were the perfect solution-- I built the house and always valued his input. In the late seventies, we had our young children in his hockey program and it was a very positive experience for them. In 1995, I was working in Atlanta and found out from my parents that Georgie lived in the Ashford Dunwoody area. I called to say "hello" and she invited me over for dinner. We had a great time talking about the sixties when we both worked at Oglebay Park and she fixed a very nice steak dinner. Shortly thereafter, I was reassigned to Pittsburgh. Georgie, I understand that you have moved to Charlotte. I hope all is well with you there. Best Regards J David Harmon 1515 Ashbury Lane Pittsburgh, PA 15237

 

Judith Hoskins posted on 3/22/05

I knew Robert on the sets of the Singing Sisters, once in his home in the hills, once again in my home in Brussels where he told wonderful stories to and did magic tricks for my fascinated 2 and 4 year olds. He had a charisma, a charm, an enthusiasm for "doing" that defies matching. My sincere sympathy to you, my dear friend, Mary, and to the family for your loss.

 

JOHN M. PRISNER posted on 3/17/05

GREG, TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY,PLEASE ACCEPT MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY. MAY GOD BLESS.

 

Art Villalpando posted on 3/15/05

Greg, My most sincere condolences to you and all your family. Reading you fathers memorial made me understand what an extraordinary man he truly was and how proud all your family must be of all his accomplishments. I know he will be missed, but as you so tenderly shared with us his final days and moments I know he is past all suffering and in peace with God. My father passed away three years ago this May 31 and even though I was able to see him several times in the last three months of his life I deeply regret not being with him in his final days. You are blessed to have had such a father and to have been allowed to be with him during his final days. Sincerely, Art Villalpando

 

Otto & Jackie Windholz posted on 3/17/05

Greg, To you and all your family, please accept our deepest sympathy. We will keep you all in our prayers. God Bless! Otto and Jackie Windholz

 

Mahendra Shah posted on 3/16/05

Greg, My prayers & thoughts are with you and all your family at this time. Mahendra Shah

 

Marvin Hatton posted on 3/16/05

Greg, I am so sorry to hear about your father's passing, but I was blessed to hear that your family was able to be with him and share your love with him in a special way. I know you will miss him, but he is in a special place of fellowship with God that we can only dream of. I pray God's blessing on you and your family in the days ahead that you will be able to celebrate the great memories of your dad together and to pass on the legacy of his life to generations both present and future. Our love, Marvin & Nancy Hatton