OBITUARY

Robert R. Emery

June 15, 1943March 2, 2018

Robert Ray Emery, 74, of Pataskala, passed away on Friday, March 2, 2018 at Mount Carmel East Hospital. He was born on June 15, 1943 in Noblesville, IN, a son to the late Roy and Helen (Carmichael) Emery. Robert was a Vietnam Veteran in the U.S. Army and was a loving husband, father, grandfather and a wonderful neighbor. Robert is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Trudy; daughters, Pamela (Ed) Chism and Barbara (John) Hurt; grandchildren, Robert, Joshua, Zachary Chism, John Jr. and Elisabeth Hurt; siblings Roy H. Jr., Tommye (Nelson) Boyd and Mary Jane (Wally) Boughton and a niece and nephews. Honoring Robert’s wishes cremation will take place with no service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675 or Charity Newsies, 4300 Indianola Ave, Columbus, OH 43214, in Robert’s memory.

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Joan Maybury

March 12, 2018

So sorry for your loss! He was a very nice and happy person. We would talk while he waited at Brenda Kitchen’s hair salon for his wife! He was a special person and my thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family!

March 5, 2018

TO THE FAMILY OF ROBERT EMERY I SEND MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES. DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME I HOPE YOU FIND COMFORT FROM THE GOD OF COMFORT ISAIAH 61.1,2.

SINCERELY,
JC

March 5, 2018

My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I hope that the promise in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 will bring comfort.

Kim Snider

March 4, 2018

Mr. Emery will be greatly missed! I will always remember the big hugs he gave and how much he cared about us Weaver girls, as well as for many others! Him and my dad were two peas in a pod during school basketball games, who both liked to give the refs a hard way to go sometimes 😉! Hugs and love to you Mrs. Emery, Barb, Pam and the rest of the family!

Jan Spangler

March 3, 2018

Bob was a wonderful neighbor. Our driveway was always cleared and our sidewalks shoveled before the snow would even stop. Once when the whole area was flooding and we were not at home, Bob was at our house trying to take care of it rather than at his house which was also in danger of flooding. He was a funny, funny man and had a great way of telling simple life stories that came out like comedy routines. Our times with him were always spent laughing. My oldest two kids who knew him well adored him, and in fact, Kari declared him the most handsome man in the world (he reminded us of that a lot... LOL). I don't ever recall seeing him angry. He pretty much handled everything in life with his pretend-gruffness all the while having a big , sweet heart toward everyone. I am sure Ralph was very happy to see him arrive in heaven (he always made Ralph laugh), but my heart is very, very sad today. He was a good man.

Kelley Miller

March 2, 2018

We have fond memories of Bob driving his grandchildren home from Etna Elementary daily. A group of us would gather daily to gather our kids. He never failed to say hello and warmly carry on a conversation. I called him the "Cadillac Granddad"! So sorry for your loss. Prayers and peace to you from the Miller family.

Nancy and Rich Karst

March 2, 2018

It was an honor to have known Bob.
We have such fond memories of Mr. Ornery!
We are so sorry for your loss.
Prayers and peace be with you.
We love you

Eric Minton

March 2, 2018

Bob was truly one of the best neighbors you could ask for.

I had the privilege and honor of calling Bob my neighbor for 7 years. When I first moved in, I wondered what the strange noise was outside. When I looked out, it was Bob, plowing my drive. Every winter and fall, for 7 years, without fail, Bob would mow up my leaves and push away the snow.

Bob always seemed interested in my life and how things were with my job. He would harass me about teaching/coaching in Granville, but I knew he truly was interested in how things were with my life.

I always looked up to Bob as the guy I want to be like when I retire. He had a huge heart and cared more about others than himself.

Bob, you will truly be missed!

FROM THE FAMILY