Robert Harry "Nite Bob" Freshwaters (January 30, 1946 - January 11, 2012)

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Robert Harry "Nite Bob" Freshwaters
  • January 30, 1946
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  • January 11, 2012

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Nite Bob was born in Akron, Ohio. He served our nation in the US Navy with three tours in Vietnam. He was a retired Deputy Sheriff with the Broward County FL Sheriff's Department. Nite Bob was VP of Yellow Jackets MC, member of AMVETS, NRA and Oath Keepers. He leaves to cherish his memory hsi wife Susan, mother Ruth Freshwaters of Cuyahoga Falls, OH, children Joanne and Jason Parks of Cape Coral, FL, Robert Freshwaters and Kaley Hartman of NSB, brothers Richard and Laurel Freshwaters of Atwater, OH, David Freshwaters of Cuyahoga Falls,, Dennis Freshwaters of Cape Coral, FL and three grandchildren. St Jude's Research Hospitals Life Celebration will be 2:00 PM Sunday January 15 at All American Club 4233 South Ridgewood Ave Edgewater FL.

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  1. Miro says:
    21 May 2012
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  2. Randy Goldberg says:
    17 Jan 2012
    Dear Susan, Joanne, Bob and family. I was blessed to know Bob and to say that he was a great guy would be an understatement. He is one of the good guys and I know he loved you guys amazingly so. May God Bless you all through these tough times. Randy

  3. sherry says:
    17 Jan 2012
    although i never got to meet your dad,I know how special he was to you thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,we love you all so much.

  4. Patricia F. says:
    16 Jan 2012
    Dear Family, I would like to express my sincere condolences at the loss of your dear loved one. Please be assured that your tears are not unnoticed by the Creator of Life. Although your deep pain will not easily disappear, praying to God will bring comfort to you as you grieve. The Bible tells us that God is "healing the broken-hearted ones and is binding up their painful spot (Psalm 147:3). May the "Father of tender mercies" and the "God of all comfort" strengthen your faith and give you courage to face the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3). My sincere condolences to the family.

  5. Judi Lint says:
    15 Jan 2012
    I went to high school with Bob and always looked forward to seeing him at the alumni picnic in August. My brother Bob Brisbin died the same day of cancer and he was also a Stow policeman. I am so sorry for your loss and mine. May God help us through this difficult time.

  6. Denny Sizemore says:
    14 Jan 2012
    Sue, I am so sad to hear of Bob's passing. I am glad that I got to have breakfast with him when he was in Ohio last summer. Bob was one of the best and most dedicated police officers I ever had the pleasure to work with. Whenever I went on a call with him, I always knew that he "had my back". When I was a rookie cop and worked with him, he taught me a lot and I will never forget those times. He was truly a special friend and a unique character with that goofy grin and infectious sense of humor. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  7. Melissa Jordan Ritterbusch says:
    13 Jan 2012
    To the Family, When we lose someone as beloved as Bob,, the words don't come easy. He was my friend, he made me laugh, and I loved him. We spent a lot of time talking about the Bible, trading crockpot recipes, and making fun of each others' political views. Thanks be to God that his suffering is over. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. Bonnie Housley says:
    13 Jan 2012
    Bob, you will be so missed by everyone that ever had the opportunity to know you. The Alumni picnic will not be the same without you, we will lift a beverage in dedication to you. My deepest sympathies to your family, I know that all of you know how special Bob was to so many.
    Heaven will be a wonderful for all of the bikers that will greet you as well as all of the police officers. Peace to you and your family.

  9. Dom Gucciardo says:
    13 Jan 2012
    Bob I will never forget the times we shared in the Criminal Investigation Division.You were a one man show with all your jokes.You were so dedicated to your profession.May you rest in peace my friend.....

  10. Dale & Kim Colburn says:
    13 Jan 2012
    Heaven is truly a better place with you there. God Bless you. Sue, Joanne, Jason and the kids you are always in our prayers.

  11. John @ Kathy Jenkins says:
    13 Jan 2012
    All our prayers and thoughts go out to Bob's family. He was truly one of the best. I will never forget the dedication he had to his work, friends and especially his family. Bob you will be missed, but not forgotten. Until we meet again, Rest in Peace my friend.


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    12 Jan 2012
    Bob 2010
    Bob 2010

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    12 Jan 2012
    my parents remarriage
    my parents remarriage

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    12 Jan 2012
    our last family pic
    our last family pic

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