Huntt Funeral Home


Robert Marshall MYLES

3 July, 19483 November, 2020

Robert Marshall MYLES was born on July 3, 1948 and passed away on November 3, 2020 and is under the care of Huntt Funeral Home.

Funeral Service Huntt Funeral Home, Waldorf, Maryland will be held on November 19, 2020 at 11:00 am.

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  • Funeral Service Huntt Funeral Home, Waldorf, Maryland

    Thursday, 19 November , 2020


Robert Marshall MYLES

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Steve Sillers

7 December 2020

I worked with Robert at C&P (Verizon) for several years.He was always a great person to be around.He always had a great sense of humor and was a fair and honest guy.He will surely be missed

Tammie White Edmunds

22 November 2020

Deepest condolences to the Myles Family! You all are in our continued prayers!

The White Family

Tammye Heatley

19 November 2020

We are saddened by your loss. We extend our expressions of love and condolences to the Myles family. Please let us know if you need anything. We are praying for your strength and know that God will comfort you during this time of bereavement. We love you. Rev. Wayne and Tammye Heatley.

Brian Hougland

19 November 2020

Robert seemed to always be in a good mood. Even if he was mad about something, he could joke about it. He was one of the greats that I've had the pleasure to know in my life. I will miss our talks and joking around. He will not be forgotten. God bless the family, I will be praying for yall.

Kenneth E Ford

19 November 2020

Robert always seen what I was eating for breakfast I found this new bagel shop had opened up in my neighborhood custom made bagels with bacon cream cheese eggs so he wanted to try some I ordered a week supply we ate different one each day at breakfast by the end of the week he said he can’t eat anymore because he had gained 5 lbs I agreed so we stopped what I’ll miss is sitting with him talking about what’s going on in the world and his cowboys I didn’t hold that against him because I was a Steelers fan rest well my friend

Bishop Francis S. Myles, Sr.

18 November 2020

To the Family of the late Mr. Robert Marshall Myles:

We were deeply saddened by the news of Robert Marshall’s passing. But remember, a person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds … and through us, they live on.

Please know that our earnest prayers are with you for God to give you added strength during this, your time of loss. For, “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in times of trouble.” Psalm 46:1

One Who Loves You in Christ Jesus!
Bishop Francis S. Myles, Sr., Presiding Prelate
and the entire House of Prayer Church of God Family

Vickie King-Rice

18 November 2020

First and foremost, I must give God all Honor, Praise, & Glory...for having gifted us such a Wonderful man as Robert!

Then, sending out our heartfelt sympathies, prayers, and Love, to Robert & Valeria's immediate family, as well as all family and friends. 💔

Wow. Known to be wordy at times - Words 'want' to leave me, now...
Because it's all still TOO surreal..

All of the condolences sent in, sum up so beautifully, our sentiments about Brother's sudden passing, particularly those of our Brother-in-Love's, Charles Hardy, who gave poignant voice to the Hurt we all are experiencing, but also to the Joy of having many, many amazing memories.

When I think of my Brother-in-Love, Robert, for example, I recall easily who he was when we first met him as teenagers back in the late 70s.. and his consistency in maintaining that same easy-going, nature down through the years (one that was much better than our own teenage Devilish one's). A man of faithful integrity, one who was always smiling and in a jovial mood. Possessing that special sense of "somebodiness" about himself ..that Dr. Martin King spoke of as epitomizing an indivdual's ability to bring others into comfortable community. Robert was accepted and Loved at the very start by all of my family members, And to show our Love (smiles), my Sisters and I, the Trio known as "NeeNee, Cuppa, & Cody," LIVED to make his life comically unbearable - essentially, we Loved making Robert laugh. And he has such a Rich one, too. And the great thing was, Robert never took offense. Similar to his and Valeria's famous tennis playing days, for instance, Robert knew how to serve us "the dozens," as well as he knew how to receive them. Bless his lovable heart 💝..
He called us "Bamas" for decades, and we'd throw it right back at him in fun ...

Wow. Heaven has got to be an even brighter place to be, right now, "Bama," just because you're there!
We'll Love you, Forever & Ever, Brother..
& LORD willing, we will see you again.. ❤

Joshua Jones

18 November 2020

Robert was the most genuine, caring, likeable man I've ever met! Our time with him at FRCSE was way too short and my most heartfelt condolences go out to his family and friends! He was much more than a co worker or employee! Robert was an example of how we should all live our lives and stop wasting time with petty nonsense! Robert. You will be missed, sir. Thank God that I had the pleasure of knowing you for the short time you were here in Jacksonville! Your memory will not fade in or hearts and minds. Fair winds and following sea Mr. Myles and may God set your place at his table tonight!

Frank Paciella

18 November 2020

Robert was an awesome man I worked with Robert for a little over a year and he was always so happy and positive I feel lucky and grateful to have known him. he would always make sure that he would greet me in the morning and tell me you have a great night every day after work. he will be missed The world needs more people like Robert in it. It would be such a better place. Rest in peace Robert And thank you for your friendship.

Eric Myles

18 November 2020

I'm Robert's older brother and we had a lot in common. Playing basketball football, and hanging out together growing up. Lately whenever he came in town he stayed with me to go to family reunions and we watched all the games and I really miss him.