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Robert A. Stubbs

March 11, 1938 - November 29, 2017

U.S. Veteran

Celebration of Life: A Celebration of Life will be held from 1-4 PM Saturday  December 9, 2017.

Posted by:
Diane Keyes

Posted on:
December 7, 2017

On behalf of my mother Beatrice Keyes, we extend our sincere condolences to Kay and all of your family. I don't ever remember Bob without a smile. Bob and Kay together created the best of the Keyes family line. Though we live on the other side of the country, our hearts will be with you this Saturday. May you find great comfort in sweet memories of a life well lived, Love, Beatrice and Diane Keyes

Posted by:
Karen Cole

Posted on:
December 5, 2017

My memories of Bob go back many decades when he was a sales person at a local car dealership here in Algonac and we purchased a new vehicle through him. He had a pleasant personality which encompassed being a good listener, eagerness to be helpful and he was a most gracious person. Occasionally, over the years, our paths would cross in a public place and it was a joy to be greeted with his broad infectious smile. I was saddened some time ago when I was informed of his health challenges. Saddened, but grateful that he lived among us for a time.

Posted by:
Donna and Ron Zeigler

Posted on:
December 3, 2017

RIP dear Bob our memories of you go way back to high school. But the best memory was when you rode your bike to Allegan on a biking trip and ended up tenting on our high school field next door to our neighborhood and you visited with us. Donna and Ron Zeigler

Posted by:
Ruth Cruikshank

Posted on:
December 1, 2017

Love u Uncle Bob Heaven has gained a great man. We will all be reunited someday. Thanks for being who u are happy u are whole again ❤

Posted by:
David Darbyshire

Posted on:
November 30, 2017

Bob Stubbs will truly be missed by all who came to know and love him... Eighteen years ago he welcomed me into the most amazing family and quickly became the best father-in-law that anyone could ever ask for when he and Kay accepted me as Lori's husband... Katelyn and Ava loved their grandfather and looked forward to seeing his face light up as he greeted them with enough hugs, kisses and laughter to fill a lifetime with fond memories. Bob was a dear friend who would freely open his heart and soul to anyone looking to share a laugh and a good story. His love, passion and devotion to all that is right showed in everything he did or shared with others. I will miss our time together and treasure all that I have learned from shared experiences as a member of the Stubbs family. Love and respect, David