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Robert Sallow

Robert Sallow



Age 64 of McKinney, Texas. May 6, 2006. Beloved husband of Nancy. Loving father of Glenn Sallow and Amy (Greg) Good. Cherished grandfather of Jared, Emma and Jack. Dear brother of Carole (Bill) Beyma. Retired Farmington Public School teacher and coach. Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. at Thayer-Rock Funeral Home, 33603 Grand River Ave., downtown Farmington (1 block W. of Farmington Rd.) Visitation Wednesday 2-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Farmington Public Schools Athletic Department.

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02/12/09 11:29 PM #1    

Linda Stultz (Tucker)

Bob was one of those guys if you knew him, you liked him, and certainly there was no need for The BLAZER to refresh my memory as to what he looked like.

Such a nice, nice person. Bob was happily married, a fantastic Dad, coach, teacher, and the list goes on. He was truly loved by his students too.

Sorely missed.

02/15/09 12:39 PM #2    

John Herrold

Bobby and I both went through Burt school together. We first met in kindergarten there.

02/18/09 03:44 PM #3    

Gregory Sharrow

I was Bob & Nancy's "Best Man' in 1964. I drove his '64 Impala hardtop to the wedding. Stick shift, and because it wasn't "all syncro" like my new Ford, I kept clashing 1st gear.

I wish Nancy would contact me to catchup since the late 60's.

I never knew they had children.

I miss you Bob, really wanted to keep in touch.

R.I.P. buddy.

02/19/09 11:55 AM #4    

Cameron B. Howie

Along with John and Greg...we lost another Burt School classmate,And, Bobby was a gem. We had a ton of laughs at the last re-union and promised each other to,"see ya at the next one". You are and will be missed Bob. God Bless, Butch

05/19/09 04:09 PM #5    

Barbara Joan Merckel (Coapman)

Another Burt school classmate not with us..........I used to get Bob and Greg Sharrow mixed up - they could have been brothers. Bob was a nice, gentle man. I have his signature in my grade school autograph book. Thank you, Bob, for being a part of our memories.

06/28/09 10:29 PM #6    

Tom Fitzpatrick

Bob was a good friend during high school. He was a gentle, caring individual, and a lot of fun to be around. I regret that we didn't keep up contact after high school.

Tom Fitzpatrick

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