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Robert W. Puhr

Born: 1931     Died: 2011

Robert W. Puhr
Robert W. Puhr, age 80, U.S. Army Veteran Korean War. Beloved husband of Helen. Loving father of William (Sandie), John and Nancy (Mike) Morris. Today we say goodbye to our father and husband. He was devoted to family, friends, baseball and the White Sox. He taught us to love, laugh be responsible and persevere through life. He will be missed but live on through our memories and our hearts. He is now at peace. Funeral Thursday, 9:00 am from the Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 2929 W. 87th St., Evergreen Park to Rosary Hill Home, Justice, IL for Mass at 10 am. Interment private. Visitation 3 to 9 PM Wednesday. (708) 636-2600 or www.bradygill.com

Visitation:

Time:
July 13, 2011  3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Brady-Gill, Evergreen Park   -   Map
Street:
2929 W. 87th St.
City:
Evergreeen Park
State:
IL
ZIP:
60805

Service:

Date:
July 14, 2011
Time:
Mass 10:00 am
Location:
Rosary Hill Home, Justice, IL

Final Disposition:

Type:
Interment private
Location:

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Terry and Sue McCoy 07-09-2011 09:17

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family through this difficult time and I hope God carries all of you to a more peaceful time.

 
 
Laura Hamann 07-09-2011 09:17

Mr. Puhr,

I have many wonderful memories of times

I spent with Nancy and you and Mrs. Puhr.

 
 
Gary Puhr 07-09-2011 09:17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow

May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.

May the blessings of love be upon you, May its peace abide with you, May its essence illuminate your heart, now and forever more Blessing

Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength and always remember how much you are cared about.

We pray the love of God enfolds you during your difficult times and he helps you heal with the passage of time.

May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Remember that we love and care about you and the family.



 
 
Mike Murphy 07-09-2011 09:17

At Mike and Nancy's apartment, celebrating Mike's 30th, Bob told my wife she looked like a young Natalie Wood.

 
 
Walt & Carla Howells 07-09-2011 09:17

While we only met Bob a couple of times in Redondo Beach, he was the life of the party. His quick wit and jovial attitude were great attributes and made everyone around him happy. He will always be in our memories and fond thoughts of happier times.

 
 
Frank Gorkis 07-09-2011 09:17

Aunt Helen, Nancy, John, and Bill - we are very sorry for your loss.

 
 
Jim Corsolini 07-09-2011 09:17

On the outside Bob was a fun, boisterous, challenging, intelligent, thought-provoki ng, and loud person to be around. He was the life of our family parties we would have on Grove St. He made an immediate and lasting impression on my family. And we would recall with lots of laughter and good spirits his presence. On the inside he was a kind and gentle person that truly cared for his family and friends. There is a void now that will be filled with lots of love and fond memories . . . . and with Bob now in heaven, I think God is relenting and switching from a Bears fan to a Packers fan.

 
 
Bill Puhr 07-09-2011 09:17

He taught me everything. I remember how he used to take me to the batting cages to teach me how to hit.The proper stance, concentration. Keep your eye on the ball. Then he would get in the major league cage and hit everything like it was slow pitch and turn around while he was talking to me and then spin back around and hit one with one hand like it was nothing. I remember how he used to tell me to turn my music down when I played my guitar. Then when he saw the band play he said, " Now I know why you love this so much, play as much as you want." He would come to see the band play every chance he got. All the parties and he had the best time all the time. We're going to miss your presence but I know you'll be there whenever any of us need you. Rest in peace now and say hi to the other 12.

I can hear the noise coming from the Puhr side already. You're in my heart forever.



Love you,

 
 
William Lightcap 07-09-2011 09:17

Hotsey totsey, it just got a little louder in heaven, and a little quiter in our world. While it wil take some time to get used to life without the Living Legend of Fuller Park "the legend lives on", I don't think heaven will mind a few extra decibles of volume. Bob was like another father to the whole gang, and there was quite a gang. I don't ever remember gettin' kicked out of the Puhr house-close though. So without making this too long, you know we wish so much that we could be there at this time. We are there in spirit. God bless you all, and we love you all. Take care.

 
 
Pat Carroll 07-09-2011 09:17

I always smile remembering "Uncle Bob".

At every gathering he had the bigest laugh.

 

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