Robert Charles Welter

July 17, 1949 - May 10, 2021
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Robert “Bob” Charles Welter, 71, of Galveston, passed away Monday, May 10, 2021.  He was born July 17, 1949, in Rochester, New York.  He attended St. Boniface Grammar School before going to Monroe High School followed by the University of NY at Plattsburgh where he majored in business and economics, and then gained his MBAContinue Reading

Sue Darrow left a message on May 25, 2021:
Chris, I am so, so sorry to hear about Bob. It has been years, but I especially remember your stories of the vintage home (was it Galveston?). I am certain the two of you had many more wonderful adventures. Dan and I will pray for you and the rest of the family as you work through this difficult time. Sending lots of love from Washington state, Sue and Dan PS. Would love to talk.
Karen Brice left a message on May 24, 2021:
Chris, Our hearts are heavy as you deal with the lost of Bob. Sending you strength during this difficult time. Your UMB friends are holding you close. Wishing the days ahead are lighter, eased by wonderful memories and close family. Take care of you. Karen, [email protected]
Ron & Joan Rust left a message on May 20, 2021:
We will miss Bob! Hard to think such a big personality isn't around to amuse and share his latest jokes. Our deepest sympathy to Christine and all who called Bob family or friend.
Larry, Claudia, Shari & James Wilson left a message on May 18, 2021:
All of the Wilson family remembers Bob with great affection and love. Some of our best memories involve Bob, and he will be remembered tenderly. We send our love to Chris, and hold her close.
Kenneth & Theresa Newcomer left a message on May 16, 2021:
So sorry to hear about Bob. He will be missed at our annual RS Prussia convention. He was always ready with his jokes and his laugh. Our condolences to Christine and the family.
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Ann and Tom Gomoll left a message on May 15, 2021:
We will never forget Bob. He had such a huge personality and was so welcoming to us at our first RSP convention. Chris we are praying for you during this time of sadness. RIH good and faithful servant.
Karina left a message on May 15, 2021:
Fly up high!!!! R.i.p. My condolence to Chris.
Ken & Mary Lou Bougher left a message on May 15, 2021:
We got to know Bob and Chris through the RS. Prussia Club. He was a real assert to the club. He would light up a room with his infectious laugh, Hawaiian shirt, and corny jokes. He raised thousands of dollars for the club with his loud cry of "Tickets, Tickets" could be heard everywhere. You never heard him complain about his health problems. If anyone could be called jolly, it was Bob. If you set you sights on an item at a Prussia auction and you saw BOB'S hand go up or his head nod; you might as well give up as Bob would be taking it back to Galveston. Bob was a great cook and Ken and Bob spent much time talking cooking. He loved Chris , traveling, carpentry, RS Prussia and jokes. Above all , he loved his Church and his Lord and Savior and never failed to find a Catholic Church wherever we had our convention so they could attend mass. Our hearts go out to Chris and the extended family and we pray God will comfort and sustain them in their grief. If you see clouds rolling in the heavens, that just meansBob has told another one of his jokes and the heavens are laughing! Bob was a great cook and loved to do it for Chris. He was always ready to lend a helping hand. He loved Chtis and his RS Prussia.
The Cavarrettas left a message on May 15, 2021:
Bob was a ray of sunshine in our Serra Club of Galveston whose faithful attendance and friendly ways have already been sorely missed. God will love his jokes!
Henry & Nanci Freudenburg left a message on May 15, 2021:
Kindest Gentleman ever--May his Soul rest in Peace
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