Robert "Colonel" VanNoller
- February 24, 1936 - January 11, 2013
- Lowell, Michigan
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Rest in Peace
Posted by: Tamera Burgess Feb 26, 2013
I Love You & Miss You Dad
Posted by: Barbara "Barbie" Vannoller - Jackson, TN - Daughter Feb 01, 2013
I fist met the Colonel about 2 1/2 years ago and had the pleasure of visiting with him several times over the holidays. He was a friendly and positive presence in worship at First UM Church of Lowell and always enjoyed schmoozing at the fellowship time after the service. As a Christian, he was ready for the end of life on Earth. I will miss him greatly. I am a choir member and Bob always sat in the front row when we sang and beamed. I felt like I was singing to him and he was smiling back.
Posted by: Bob Richards Jan 17, 2013
Sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I have so many good memories. Will be in Missouri for a cousins funeral there so won't be to the celebration of Bob's life. Our prayers are with you.
Posted by: Jim & Marilyn - Grand Rapids, MI - Friends Jan 17, 2013
So many memories! When in little league baseball dad came to every game even though I never got a hit. He never criticized, never told me to man-up, never tried to make me somebody different than I was. He did however get me some glasses. I've been wearing them ever since. He used to take my brother and I to the roller rink every week. Most kids were dropped off and many never had a ride home from Woodland Sport
Posted by: Bob - Lowell, MI - Son Jan 16, 2013
We will miss your smiling face and great talks, rest in peace.
Posted by: Randy & Amy McCallum - CLarksville, MI - Friend Jan 15, 2013
God bless you
Posted by: Dakota krzysik Jan 15, 2013
There isn't enough words to write to describe how great Dad was. I am so thankful we got to see one last time. He fought a battle so long & he just wanted to rest. The everlasting Love we all have for him will go on and on. Although my heart aches everyday and the tears won't stop I know deep down inside I have to be strong for him because he wanted us to smile & remember good times.
Posted by: Barbara ( Barbie) VanNoller - Jackson, TN - Daughter Jan 15, 2013
Colonel will be missed, he is home now with our lord.
Posted by: Pam Krzysik - Lowell, MI - Friend Jan 15, 2013