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Robert “Bob” Christensen

Bob Christensen

December 27, 1944     ~     April 10, 2014

 

Robert “Bob” D. Christensen, 69, went home to rest in the arms of his Heavenly Father on Thursday, April 10, 2014, from his Glasgow residence. A native of Eureka, California, he was a son of the late Karl and Katherine L. Chase Christensen. He was a retired manager of Tile Trends in Bowling Green and was a member of Whites Chapel Church.

Survivors include his wife Mary L. Christensen; his children: John and Mary R. Christensen, Paul and Cindy Christensen, Sean R. Christensen, Karl and Rose Christensen, Tamar and Randy Fallows, Kevin and Tiffany Christensen, Paula and Corey Gerkin, Angela and Neal Chapman, Michelle and Rob Meredith, and Edward Anderson; one brother: David L. Christensen of California; five sisters: Karen R. Briggs, Nancy Mossman, Teri Ann Branch, Delores “D D” Holst, and Arlene “Tink” Hoey, all of California; 28 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was also preceded in death by one brother: Albert B. Christensen; and an infant sister: Laurie Christensen.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Friends may call after 5:00 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.


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9 Entries for Robert “Bob” Christensen

  1. Peggy Hester says:

    Mary, words cannot begin to tell you how sorry that I am for your loss. Only GOD can and will be the comfort that you need. But I can tell you that I do know how you feel , but as a child of GOD you can make it. Praying that GOD will be the peace and comfort that you and the family will need in the coming days ahead. GOD bless you.

  2. Rosa Barlow says:

    Mary , Sorry to hear of your loss, Bob was my supervisor at Darts for a lot of years . He was a kind and understanding man And i will never forget him. I know it is difficult to see beyond the sorrow , but looking back in memory will help comfort you tomorrow . God bless you and your family

  3. Dee dee and Darryl says:

    “My Brother Bob”-the most genuine, awesome, kind, loving, caring, understanding and selfless man we have ever known. Mary, you are the strongest person we know. And, like our brother Bob, you are all of the above! We are so heart broken that you have to go through this. We know how much you love Bob. He’s up in heaven now “dancing with the angels” as Terrie Ann says! We love you!!! Many hugs to you!

  4. Kevin and Sandy Mouser says:

    Mary, Kevin and I are so sorry for your loss. We have appreciated the friendship we have shared with both of you. I know Bob is in Heaven and the pain is gone. He was an awesome witness for Christ. I love you. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Always, Sandy

  5. Sally Powell says:

    Mary god bless you and your family as you go through this journey. of your beloved loss I know how hard it is to let go of someone so dear our father loves us his arms is always open for comfort and strength. Love you and miss you Sally M Powell.

  6. Martha Sue Faulkner says:

    Mary,
    I am sorry for your loss but remember God called and Bob answered that call. He suffered enough down here on earth and God called Bob home so he would not suffer no more. We are never ready to give up our loved ones but God know all about it. I am here for you if you need me call 270-670-5423
    Love you and asking God to help you through this difficult time,
    Your friend,
    Sue Faulkner

  7. Peggy Allen says:

    Thoughts & prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time. May God wrap His arms around you to help bring comfort to you all…

  8. Nancy and Jack Mossman says:

    “My Loving Big Brother Bob”
    Oh the memories I hold deep within my heart. Holding on to those I can close my eyes and see his amazing smile and hear that endearing laugh and hear him say “you will always be my little sis, I Love you.”
    My heart can smile within knowing that Bob as left this earth to be with our heavenly father. No more pain and suffering here on earth but joining the angels in heaven above.
    Mary, you were his everything, you were his angel here on earth. He loved you so and we know how difficult this is but we know that you will find comfort knowing that he has gone ahead and joined the Lord in heaven above.
    We pray that you will find comfort and peace and that the Lord hold you in his arms during this difficult time. All our love Mary – Hugs to you and the family

  9. Brenda Mutter says:

    Even though I knew him only from a few visits, anyone could tell Bob was a special man and Bob and Mary were one special couple. Mary, my heart goes out to you and my prayers continue to be with you and your family.