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Acheson & Graham Garden of Prayer Mortuary

7944 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA

OBITUARY

Robert Milo Williams

June 2, 1947January 9, 2020

Robert Williams died peacefully in his own home on Thursday, January 9, 2020. Most of you called him Bob. Bob is survived by his wife, Cynthia of almost 45 years, his son Robbie and his wife Jamie, Bobbie, his grandson, and his great grandson, Casey. In addition to numerous extended family members. Bob served in the United States Army, where he proudly and honorably served in Vietnam. He was born in Battle Creek, Michigan and then he came to live in Riverside, California, with his parents Milo and Zoia Williams for most of his life. Then he eventually met and married his wife Cindy. He worked for many places here in Riverside that are now gone, there are two places that most will remember him working for. Paul Wilson Garage and Sears automotive where he worked for over 17 years before he became ill. As his wife I found him to be a loving and caring husband and father, and he was truly loved and will be sorely missed by all that knew him. God Bless and God Speed.

Services

27 January

Graveside Service

9:45 am - 10:15 am

Riverside National Cemetery

22495 Van Buren Blvd
Riverside, CA 92518

Memories

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victor ungaro

January 15, 2020

i met Bob in early 2010 when i moved in as his new neighbor he was a great neighbor a great husband and a great all a round humanitarian.going to miss the times when we would just talk and help you around your house .going to miss you Bob but i know your free of the pain now in till we meet again

cynthia Williams

January 15, 2020

When I met Bob he never had a chance l called my mom to tell her I met the man I was going to marry and spend the rest of my life with.. and we married n never looked back this April 12,it would have been 45 years.. I love you Bob

Glenn Garrison

January 14, 2020

Bob was a very close Friend,meeting Him at Arlington Jr High around 1960. Later year's always working on car's with His Dad, When ever someone in the Chessmen car club had trouble Bob was Our go to Guy! Looking under the hood, I would say what is it Bob, He'd shrug His shoulders go hum, & say I know what's wrong! Then after a short while ,He'd say ""It's Broke""! We spent many an hour in His garage working on His beloved "'LiL" Streaker! 69 Dodge Dart! Thanks to F/B We have stayed close + talking on the phone, I would be watching Turn Left (NASCAR) He called it! He'd be watching Go Fast & stop, (NHRA) as I called it! Most Guy's have one Best Friend in a life time I'm proud to have a few,Bob being My first! He will be missed!R.I.P

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