Robert A. Lantz

August 19, 1933October 29, 2020

Robert A. Lantz, 87, of Ocean Pines and formerly of Ogdensburg, NJ passed away Thursday, October 29, 2020 at Tidal Health Hospital in Salisbury. Born August 19, 1933 in Andover, NJ he was the son of the late Frederick and Grace Gunn Lantz. Bob worked as the Grounds Maintenance Supervisor for the Wallkill Valley High School until he retired in 1991. He was a past member of the Newton Volunteer Fire Department and the Sparta and Ocean City Elks. He was an avid sports fan but he mainly enjoyed NASCAR especially Dale Earnhardt, Sr. He will be best remembered for his humor. He enjoyed spending time with his family and playing card games. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Angelina Lantz; six children, Sandy Butler (Rich), Karen Eaton (Tom), Robert Lantz, (Michelle), Veronica Salaterski, Paul Barta (Kim), and Scott Lantz (Jenn); many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; sisters, Patsy Popson (Gene) and Alice Layton; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by brothers, Frederick Lantz; sisters, Doris, Fran, Winnie, Marge, Ruthie, Shirley, and Caroline. At Bob’s request no services will be held. Visit to share stories and memories with the family.


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Trish Houston

November 27, 2020

Aunt Angie and family,
Sorry to hear of uncle Bob's passing. I'm sure the family misses him immensely but I cannot help but think of the family reunion going on in heaven when he and all who have gone before him meet up again. Including my mom Ruth Ann. What a goings on when they all got together. I'm writing this on the night aunt Alice joins them. Love Trish

Thelma Decker

November 2, 2020

We have been friends with Bob and Angie since 1999. I met Angie at Powerhouse Gym. We hit it off right away. Ralph, my husband, and Bob also hit it off right away. We have spent many good times together. We always went to the Elks in Ocean City almost every Friday night till Covid hit. We have so many great memories. We will never forget them. We love Bob and Angie very much, they are our family! ❤️💚💜💋💋

Murray and Karen Greene

November 2, 2020

Murray and I are so sorry this very funny man left us so soon. There wasn't a time getting together that we didn't have a wonderful time talking, laughing or seeing each other in the store. He was such an upbeat person who would put a smile on your face. Even now as we speak of him, smiles come across our faces thinking of him and all the fun times we had with him and Angie and the family. Rest in Peace our friend, until we meet again. To Angie and her family, we send you prayers for peace and strength during this difficult time and know he is in a better place.

Dave Lantz

November 1, 2020

Was always fun when Uncle Bob was around. Now your back together with your brother and my dad ( Fraderic D. Lantz Jr.) Rest in peace you guys. Miss you both.

Mary Lou Rome

October 31, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. Have fond memories of Bob, Angie and I working together years ago .. Always remember Bob’s sense of humor. Rest In Peace , my friend. Party on... Ang, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Hopefully in time your memories together will bring you comfort. Take care.

Pat Gray

October 31, 2020

We are going to miss Bob and his great since of humor. He was a sweet loving guy. He will be forever remembered by our Life Group for his famous Rice Pudding. Keep dancing Bob.

Wayne and Molly Tillison

October 31, 2020

Angie and family, Wayne and I are so sorry to hear the passing of Bob. We have had a lot of fond memories, and especially some laughs through all the years that we have known you both. Bob will be missed and sending hugs to you.

Wayne and Molly


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