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Robert C. Grubb
Robert C. Grubb, 92, went home to be with his Jesus on October 24, 2021. He was born December 14.1928 in Richland, Ohio to the late Maurice and Rosa Mae Grubb. Bob was a machinist for AkroMold and was a landlord for the last 60 years, touching many lives. He was a member of Grace Church-Norton Campus for 47 years and loved to sing in the choir.
Bob was preceded in death by his wife of 39 years, Miriam E. Grubb and brother, Lawrence “Bud” Grubb. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Kay; children, Brian (Judy) Grubb, Jim (Liz) Grubb, Kathleen (Todd) Burton, Bruce (Carla) Johnson, Judy (Brian) Grubb; grandchildren, Nick (Juli) Grubb, Clay Grubb, Treg (Alexa) Grubb, Kaio Grubb, Mitchell (Aeriel) Grubb, Michael Burton, Gabriel Burton, Jessica Austin, Jamie (James) Budd, Luke Johnson, Levi Johnson; great-grandchildren, Gavin Reese, Wyatt Reese, Koehn Grubb, Kamrin Grubb, Annelyn Grubb, Maddox Grubb and Nora Budd.
Friends may call at Grace Church-Norton Campus, 3970 Cleveland Massillon Rd., Norton, OH 44203 on Monday, November 1, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with the service to follow at 1 p.m., Pastor Bob Combs officiating. As a Marine Veteran of the Korean War, interment will be held at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery for the immediate family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Grace Life Skills Center, P.O. Box1304, Norton OH 44203, with Bob Grubb Memorial Fund on the memo line.
Uncle Bob was extra special to me and my family since he was my dads only sibling.
My dad Lawrence went home with His Lord back in 1958. Bob helped me understand my identity as a person and as a believer. I was close to his three children. His son Jim was the best man in my wedding. I remember visiting their home when he had a beauty shop.
Eldon Grubb Nov 3 2021 9:17 PM
Sincere sympathy to you Kay and family. What a wonderful neighbor Bob was to have and such an inspiration. Never have I known anyone who worked so hard and never ever would quit or ask for help. He always told me "Never STOP Moving" - "you have to get up everyday no matter how much you hurt or how sore you are" I still can hear him saying this to me. He has been a neighbor of ours for over 35 years and we're gonna miss seeing him out and about working in the yard. God Bless you Bob and may you rest now. You have earned it.
Mary and Steve Fisher Nov 1 2021 2:16 PM
First and foremost my sincerest sympathies to the entire family on this passing of Uncle Bob as he was known to me despite him not even being really an Uncle to me and/or my family. He was a wonderful person who despite not having seen him or some of his family in quite a few years. I truly hope that his family realizes how incredibly wonderful he was. I will lastly say it would be wonderful to potentially see some of you in the family perhaps if our schedules and time allows for such an opportunity to meet with you all after some years between any visits.
Jonathan P Upham Oct 26 2021 8:19 PM