Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home

645 West Central Ave, Winter Haven, FL


Robert Fitser

September 29, 1932December 30, 2019

Robert (Bob) George Fitser, 87, passed away Monday, December 30, 2019 peacefully in his sleep. Bob was the husband of Mary Fitser, and they were married for 65 years. Bob was born on August 29,1932 in Forty Fort, PA to his loving parents Daniel and Alice Fitser. Bob was a Veteran of the United States Air force and served his country during the Korean War. Following his return, he worked for many years in hardwood sales throughout the state of Florida. Bob retired from his working career while working with Cypress Gardens where he worked as a parking attendant, and also worked in and helped to build the Train Room.

Bob was a born-again Christian, and has been a member of Central Baptist Church in Winter Haven for many years. Bob is survived by his daughter, Cheri Revette; sister, Ruth Nygren; Grandchildren, Audra Kosensky and her husband Tom, Adam Crews, Mickey Crews and his wife Joanna, and Robbie Crews and his wife Abbey; and 9 great grand children: Kiersten, Keely, Kayla, Kathryn, Keegan, Kennedy, Wyatt, Isabella and Carter. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Fitser; parents, Daniel and Alice Fitser; brother, Daniel Fitser; sister, Shirley Rozelle; daughter, Lynn Williams; son-in-law Michael Revette. Arrangements are being handled through Ott Laughlin Funeral Home, Winter Haven, FL.

A celebration of life service will be held on Tuesday, January 7th at 11AM, Central Baptist Church 57 6th Street NW Winter Haven, FL 33881.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, January 7, 2020


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David VanLerberg

January 3, 2020

Bob, I know that you are at home eternally with God and Mary. I hope to be as good of man as you. May you Rest In Peace.

Audra Kosensly

January 3, 2020

You are the sweetest man I have ever known. I learned SO much by the example you set before me: You gave without thought of yourself, you loved without holding back, your forgave as if you had never been wronged, you worked hard as if that day were the only day anything could be accomplished.
I will always treasure special memories I had the opportunity to share with you: long rides in the car where you would share stories of your school years and of your service to our country, watching ball games together- especially The Cubbies and The Rays, The Bucs, and even The Gators, and even more recent memories, sharing a quiet conversation over chicken nuggets and a diet Pepsi. I was SO lucky to be your girl, and it was the pleasure of my life!
I am so happy that you are together with Grandma and Mom again- and so many others who have gone before. My heart aches terribly for myself, yet rejoices greatly for you!
I love you so much- and I will always remember your very last words to me the afternoon before you passed "Oh Honey, I love you too". ❤ You are missed every moment!!


January 2, 2020

Really tall and always with a gentle smile, that is how I remember Uncle Robert. The last time I saw him he and Aunt Mary showed up at the home of my Mother, Shirley Fitser Rozelle his sister. They had come over to help us pack a truck to move my Mother to my home in New Jersey. Without his help we would have been packing for days.

I send my deepest condolences to Cheri and her family and the family of her late sister Lynn.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Joyce Rozelle Williams

Robert Nygren

January 2, 2020

So sorry for your loss.
Carol and I last visited Uncle Robert and Aunt Mary maybe two years ago when they lived in Auburndale. We enjoyed a nice visit and took photographs back north for my mom, Ruth (Fitser) Nygren. Mom is now the last surviving sibling.
So for my mom and the rest of the Nygren family, our sincere condolences.