Robert J. Range

March 13, 1932April 14, 2019

Robert J. “Bob” Range, age 87, retired Marine and mechanic passed away on Sunday, April 14, 2019. Preceded in death by his parents Charles and Noma Range, his brother Charles Range and his son-in-law Scott Ring. He is survived by his loving wife of 65 years Patricia “Patti” A. (Wallace) Range of Rose Hill, KS, his children daughter Pam Ring of Rose Hill, KS, son and daughter-in-law Robert J. and Lori Range of Livermore, CA, five grandchildren Michael Ring and his wife Vanessa of Andover, KS, Phillip and his wife Angela Ring of Hot Springs, AR, Ashleigh Ring of Rose Hill, KS, Jessica Range and Michelle Range both of Livermore, CA, six great grandchildren Cael and Corbin Steadham, Garrett and Grace Ring, Tressa and Tristan Porter. A private graveside service was held and a celebration of Bob’s life will be held later this summer. Details of this celebration will be shared on social media and “save the date” reminder cards.


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Carrie Borkowski

April 27, 2019

When you look up hero in the dictionary, it should say Robert J Range.
Remarkable character & personality.
Everyone was important to him. He took an interest in all people. He was blessed with an awesome wife & family.
Their love was contagious.
As a child, I grew up knowing a man who was positive, never negative, & treated children as though they mattered.
He endured all things with a smile.
You would never know his hardships because he did not make them known. In serving his country, returning home with major injuries, he lived to see his dreams fulfilled. Something only a few of us could ever hope to survive. He taught by deed not mere words.
I can only hope to be half the person he was.
I love you Uncle Bob. Thank you for leaving so great a legacy.

Rebecca Kunkle

April 27, 2019

To the greatest and kindest man I’ve ever known. If you ever met him you could never forget him. He always made you smile and his laugh was contagious. Your memory will live on forever and you will never be forgotten. A brave Marine, a loving husband and father and loved by all. Love you Uncle Bob❤️