Bobby Kie Redwine

July 16, 1933September 10, 2018

Bob Redwine passed away on September 10 in Roswell surrounded by his wife Gertrud and children, Tina and Stefanie. We hope that he can rest easier knowing that he achieved his most important goal - being the best husband, father and grandfather that he could be. He was a wonderful spouse to his wife of 58 years, great dad and beloved grandfather. He did this by frequently sacrificing his professional fulfilment and advancement both in the military and later in the private sector. Despite this, he still was an accomplished man. Born in Oklahoma and orphaned as a teen, Bob only knew one way to work and that was hard - he joined the Navy swabbing the decks of ships, then earned his degrees and started graduate school rising to the level of commander. A good man, with a soft heart and a spark in his eyes, Bob also had strong morals. He expected the same of his daughters and assured them that they could accomplish anything they wanted. Outside of work, he enjoyed his family, friends and volunteering for many organizations including his work as a member of the board of directors of the Etawoh Historical Society. He also loved caring for his animals and tending his garden. We pray that God surrounds his faithful servant with his loving embrace.

Funeral services will be held at 10 am this Friday, September 14th, at Roswell United Methodist Church with a reception following.

Bob will be given a military burial at 1:30pm at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Agape Hospice at1395 South Marietta Pkwy, Building 750, Suite 730, Marietta, GA 30067


  • Phillip Vasan, Active Pallbearer
  • Peter Vasan, Active Pallbearer
  • Kazim Gurel , Active Pallbearer
  • Stan Wendolowski, Active Pallbearer
  • Al Williams, Active Pallbearer
  • Anthony Lamanac, Active Pallbearer

  • Agape Hospice


  • Celebration Of Life Friday, September 14, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, September 14, 2018

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John Cummings

September 12, 2018

Gertrude and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Unfortunately, I will be in Florida and miss the service but wanted to reach out to you and express my sympathy to your family. I have many fond memories working with Bob. As you know Bob hired me in 1992 when Al Williams left. We had a few years together on the job and he was always very kind to me. He was a character and we had a lot of laughs together. I know he loved all of you very much. I wish you all the best and am sorry that I will not be there in person for his services.