Robert Lindsey

November 9, 1935January 29, 2019

LINDSEY, Robert Lawrence, age 83 of Beavercreek, passed away on January 29, 2019. He was preceded in death by his wife Barbara Lindsey nee Wright, mother Vivian Jackson, father William Lindsey, brothers Bill Lindsey and Wally Lindsey. He is survived by his sons Craig (Denese) Lindsey and Scott (Brenda) Lindsey, daughters Jeanne Harris, Bonnie (George IV) Hogge and Debra Halfpap, grandchildren David, Sarah, Kayla (Joe), Lindsey, George V (Caitlin), Cassie (Brandon), Matt (Lauren), Derrick, James (Abbie), Renee (Sam) , Hannah (Tommy), and Amanda (Wade), great-grandchildren Abbie, Cheyenne, Brantley, Hadley, Addie, Olivia, Myla, and Lily, sisters Lauretta Wright, Nancy Haynes, brother Danny Douglas and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Bob was a humble man, loved by family and friends. From boyhood through adulthood Bob found joy as an active member of the Boy Scouts. He proudly served in the United States Air Force for 28 years and was a Vietnam War Veteran. After retiring from the military, he enjoyed his years as a school bus driver for Beavercreek City Schools. He spent his later years volunteering for the Beavercreek Senior Center and proudly riding with the Ohio Chapter of Patriot Guard honoring those fallen heroes dedicated to serving our country Interment will be held later at the convenience of the family.


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Tina Bailey

February 6, 2019

Bob was a one of a kind. I was privileged to get to know him when we worked for BC Schools Transportation Dept. He drove the bus that parked next to mine and always cleaned my windshield off before I could get out there. He was the type of person who would help before being asked. Later he came to work for my husband and I as a Driving Instructor. He touched the lives of many young people as they worked to get their driver's license. He left many great impressions on a lot of lives and shared a wealth of knowledge with them. I feel blessed to have known and worked with such a man. Bob, you will be dearly missed. God Bless You!

Rick Scheiba

February 4, 2019

Bob , thank you for your friendship over the past few years. It was always great to see you at the missions. Rest easy mt friend, you will surely be missed

Doug Whitney

February 2, 2019

It was alwats a pleasure to meet up with Bob on a Patriot Guard event. He was my mentor and inspiration when it was time to switch frim the Triumph to the Spyder. Rest in peace, my friend,

Mike Hamilton

February 1, 2019

Bob was truly one of a kind. I have had the honor of riding with Bob in the Patriot Guard since 2007. He was a true patriot and most of all so kind and considerate to everyone. He will truly be missed on the flag line. There just aren't words to describe the loss to our organization. We would always give Bob grief about his age ("Bob, what was it like crossing the Delaware with Gen. Washington?" "Bob, tell us about Gettysburg".) In our hearts though, we all wanted to be like Bob, always giving to others. Miss you, brother.

John McGee

February 1, 2019

Condolences to the family and may you rest in piece Sir. You will be missed very much and will be thought of at every mission. Thank you for your service to this country .

DDon Moore

January 31, 2019

Bob is one of those people that if your lucky you meet in a life time. I am so thankful that i was that lucky and he also made a good impression on my grandson at the PGR missions. R.I.P my friend.

Randy Durkee

January 31, 2019

Going to miss our brother Bob. We are so blessed to have Bob as a very active member of the Wright Wriders motorcycle group. Bob's smile and since of humor kept us laughing and on our toes. God speed my friend. Randy

Cindy LaPointe-Dafler

January 31, 2019

It seemed that everywhere I went, if it involved the Dayton VA, the National Cemetery or Veterans, Bob was always there on his bike. Grateful that I knew him. Condolences to his family and friends and the Ohio Patriot Guard Riders.

Photo includes Bob and Patriot Guard with MOH Recipient Melvin Morris last May, 2018.