Robert A. "Bob" Cawley
February 6, 1938 – October 27, 2019
Robert (Bob) Allen Cawley. Born in Augusta, Ga February 6, 1938 and died Sunday, October 27 in Ormond Beach, FL. Following graduation from high school in Augusta, he served in the US Navy. He attended Augusta College and began his career as a sales associate for J. C. Penney’s in 1958, before marrying Martha Kitchens in 1960. He worked as a store manager and district manager in various areas throughout the southeast prior to his retirement in 1998 to Ormond Beach, FL. He is preceded in death by his mother and father, Maude Holley and Edward Dent Cawley, Sr. and his brothers, Edward D. Cawley, Jr. and C. Howard Cawley. He is survived by his wife, Martha K. Cawley, daughter Cathy L. Cawley, son-in-law Jeff R. McCollum, and sister, Vera C. Walker and several in-laws, nieces and nephews. Graveside services are scheduled for 11:00am, Friday, November 1, at Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery in Augusta, Ga. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the charity of your choice.
- Graveside Service Friday, November 1, 2019
Robert A. "Bob" Cawley
October 30, 2019
Martha and Cathy, Deedee and I send our condolences to you and your Family. I have many good memories of working with Bob in the JC Penney store on Hillcrest Ave. 1968/1969. One of those memories is a weekend fishing trip to Lake Eufaula where we had a great time but caught only a few fish due to bad weather.
We worked together again 1975/1979 in the new JC Penney store at Macon Mall where we spent many long hard working hours to open the new store. Bob was a dedicated JC Penney Partner that worked hard to make the company successful by training associates while treating everyone with respect.
Bob will be truly missed by his JC Penney Family.
October 29, 2019
We have know Bob and Martha since Bob and I worked together in the new JC Penney store in Macon, Ga. starting in 1975. Bob and I were together again in the New Orleans market in the early 1990’s. We enjoyed many functions together in New Orleans and went on several cruises with them after our retirement in 1998. Bob was a true Penney Partner and he and Martha were among our best friends for over forty years. Charlotte Sue and I will miss Bob very much.