Robert "Bob" Crawford
July 22, 1947 - June 17, 2020
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The Gentle Gentleman, our Hero  A tribute to Bob can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/aFANP0PXYHc Robert “Bob” Crawford, 72, lost his battle with cancer on June 17th, 2020.  He died peacefully at his home with family by his side. Bob was born on July 22, 1947 in Appleton, WI to Leo and Vivian (Mc Munn) Crawford.…

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Angela Mikalofsky left a message on June 24, 2020:
Peace be with you Barb
MaryBeth L Pritzl left a message on June 24, 2020:
We are so sorry to hear this Barb. We are thinking of you and your family.
The Watson Family, Cheri, Leroy & Rachel left a message on June 23, 2020:
Deepest condolences. Bob will be missed. We remember his gentle concern, the maple syrup, the peonies, and are thankful for his time with us.
Krista Higgins, Paul Hewitt & George, Aria & Everleigh left a message on June 23, 2020:
Aunt Barb, Jamie, Rob, Michelle, Jed & Jill - sending you our deepest of sympathies from across the ocean. George, Aria and Everleigh will miss Uncle Bob for his gentle spirit and delicious maple syrup. Paul will miss Uncle Bob for his meticulously grilled brats and teaching him how to properly man the grill. I will miss uncle Bob for his stead diet of Pepsi, love of the outdoors and his gentle spirit. I am so happy to we were able to spend time with you when we visited the US last year and also being able to speak on Facetime a few weeks ago. He was a lovely man and loved by all. All our hugs from the UK.
Ralph and Jo-Ann Neumann left a message on June 22, 2020:
Barb and family Ralph and I are so sad to hear about Bob. Ralph has a Doc appointment tomorrow and hopefully we will be able to get to the funeral. If we can't know we are praying for all of you and will get a card out to you.We sure have a lot of good memories. Ralph and Jo-Ann Neumann
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Greg and Karen Newling left a message on June 22, 2020:
Our memories of Bob will always be of his love for all the thing he loved to do outdoors. Making maple syrup, growing his garden, making salsa, going to the hunting camp, making wine. Bob often shared what he made with us. He talked about his sons and he was very proud of him. He was always smiling inspite of his ailments. A kinder man you could never meet. Barb and Bob were wonderful neighbors. We were lucky to have known Bob.
Brian Nason left a message on June 22, 2020:
Deepest condolences to the Crawford family. As a co-worker and friend to his son Rob for 20 years, I heard mention of Robert many times. On multiple occasions i was lucky enough to buy some of his very excellent maple syrup. My family always remarked on it being the best syrup they ever had tasted. Comfort one another with your memories. Brian Nason
Steve and Anne Sieck left a message on June 21, 2020:
Dear Friends, We were privileged to be Bob's neighbors for 10 years. He was always so kind and generous. He was the first person I met when we moved in - he helped me unload our bed from our van so that I would have somewhere to sleep the first night. He would share seedlings with us, help us with our lawn, snow-blow our walk in the winter, and always give us a bottle of his his delicious home-made maple syrup every spring. As newcomers to Wisconsin and first-time homeowners, we had much to learn about how to care for our home and garden. Whenever we were unsure, we always asked ourselves, "What would Bob do?" Bob and Barb were the best neighbors we could have asked for. We were so sad to find out that Bob and Barb were moving and even sadder to hear that Bob did not get to spend much time together in their new home. I know Bob will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him. We will think of him each time we eat a pie made of the rhubarb he gave us, weed our garden, or watch our new neighbor children play in the lovely yard he planted. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends. Love, Anne and Steve Sieck
Jeanne Selig left a message on June 20, 2020:
My condolence to Barb and the family on the passing of his death. Tom and Bob will playing cribbage and fishing to their hearts content. Bob was a good friend and will be missed.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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