OBITUARY

Robert Michael Ballantine Sr.

January 10, 1936April 7, 2019

Robert Michael Ballantine was born on January 10, 1936 in Baltimore, MD and passed away on April 7, 2019 in Bel Air, Maryland.

  • FAMILY

  • Carol Ballantine, Spouse
  • Vicki Ballantine, Daughter
  • Debbie Casey, Daughter
  • Butch Casey, Son-in-law
  • Robert Michael Ballantine Jr., Son
  • Colleen Ballantine, Daughter-in-law
  • Danielle Mauk, Granddaughter

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 10, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, April 10, 2019
REMEMBERING

Robert Michael Ballantine Sr.

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Joan and Al Lease

April 10, 2019

Please except our condolences. Special memories of our boys and families through the years. May God bring you peace and comfort during this time.

Barbara & Dennis Cerrato

April 10, 2019

Carol and the family . We want you all to know we are sorry to hear of Bob passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. He surely will be missed.

Sandy Bard

April 10, 2019

I can remember when Carol and I were visiting Aunt Margie, and Uncle Jerry. From the time Carol met Bob it definitely was love at first site . Carol cried all the way home . They had a nice wedding ,Carol looked beautiful. Three precious children to follow , A sweet and caring Granddaughter.
Love and sympathy

Sherry Pieton

April 9, 2019

My first memories of Bob was when he came to meet our family on Grant St. I remember thinking how handsome he looked and how lucky Carol was to have him. Even though he took her away to live in Baltimore. Once when we came up to visit, you had a crab boil and Bob was smoking a piece a beef he put on early in the morning. He sat there all day by that smoker and it was the best meat I ever tasted. When you guys were at my house he would sit on my back porch all day and bird watch. He knew the names of every bird that landed on my feeder. He was just that kind of man you fall in love with just by knowing him. I will always be his "skinny minnie" and he will forever live in my heart. I only wish we lived closer. You all our in my prayers and thoughts. Bobby gives his love to you too. My deepest sympathy!!

Linda Adams

April 8, 2019

Always loved when Uncle Bob and Aunt Carol came to visit us. He would tell me jokes, always wanting to make me laugh.
Tonight I made chicken like he showed me years ago, using dry Italian dressing in the package. I respected, and looked up to him. He was a great listener...so knowledgeable .
I remember him watching Paul, Tom and Bobby working on Moms house...he seemed to enjoy it so..
I will miss him....Prayers for Aunt Carol and the family. Love to all.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY