the Family of the late Bro. Roebuck III, our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his Family. We leave you with Psalm 31:3, "For
thou art my rock and my fortress; therefore for thy name's sake lead me, and guide me." Joyfully submitted, Deaconess
Mary Lee Scott and the Music Ministry of the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Carlisle, Pa. Rev. Daniel B. Keys, Pastor
Ms. Mary Lee Scott
Family of Joe Robert Roebuck III. Words can not truly express how I feel. Our condolence goes out to the family, he was my
co worker at the Navy Depot. Friendly, always had something nice to say. I can see him driving his retirement vehicle. Joe
don't have to suffer any longer, rest in peace my good friend.
Bea Robinson -
You have my deepest sympathy to the Roebuck Family my prayers are with you
My condolences goes out to the family. God bless each and everyone of you. Joe was a co- worker at Navy depot,
he was a joy to be around and always greeted you with a big smile. Joe you will be missed by all that knew and loved you.
Toni M. Robinson
goes out to the family. God bless each and everyone of you. Joe was a co- worker at Navy depot, he was a joy to be around
and always greeted you with a big smile. Joe you will be missed by all that knew and loved you. RIP Joe.
Toni M. Robinson
to hear of your loss. Joe and I worked together for those 30 years and I will always have fond rememberences of him. He
was a kind and gentle man. May he Rest In Peace in the hollow of Gods hand. Prayers.��
Joe was a really nice man I knew at work
for over 20 years. He was easy going and always a pleasure to stop and talk to. My sympathies go out to all Joe's family.
Joe and I grew up together in Carlisle
and then worked together many years at the depot. Even having health problems he always had a great personality and sense
of humor. We had many good times together through life with good laughs at times. Will always remember my friend and we all
eventually shall see each other in Heaven. God be with all the family during this time.
Glenn Peterson Jr-Carlisle
I worked with Joe at the Navy Depot. He
always had a good word or something funny to say even when he wasn't feeling well. He was a very dedicated worker. I
know he will be dearly missed. My condolences to his family.
As a long time co-worker at the Navy with Joe, my condolences
go out to his family. Joe was part of a great group of people who made it enjoyable to go to work every day. Thanks for
all the laughs Joe, you'll be missed.
Dear Family, May God bless and keep each
one of you. May sweet memories of your time together be a blessing during your time of bereavement and in the days & months
Janet L. Bell
My prayers are with the family during
this hour of bereavement. May God bless and keep each one of you in His care. Bobby will be fondly remembered.
Wanda K. Hunter
worked with Joe for many years. He was a lot of fun and I'll always remember our boat trip in the bay.
Deepest sympathy to the Roebuck family. Joe was one of the kindest
men I met while working at the Navy base. He always had a smile on his face and lived his faith each day.
It was an honor to have known him.
MY PRAYERS ARE WITH
THE FAMILY. JOE WAS AN EXPLORER SCOUT WITH ST. PAUL'S CHURCH IN HIS EARLY HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. HE WAS "BOBBY JOE"
TO THE SCOUTS, A GREAT YOUNG MAN WITH A WONDERFUL PERSONALITY AND A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR. HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO REMEMBER
HIM. MAY HE REST IN PEACE.
JIMMIE GEORGE, SCOUT LEADER AND FRIEND, CARLISLE
Worked with Joe for many years in Mechanicsburg. Another friend gone too soon. My condolences to the family. RIP Joe.
I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Joe was one of the fellows at work
- always a smile!
Another angel to watch over all of us.
Kathy Acox Nies
worked with Joe at the Navy base for many years. He always had a big smile on his face and was a great friend. Before I retired
he stopped by to show us his convertible he had just bought and was so happy. I send my thoughts and prayers to Joe's
family and have peace knowing he is not suffering and now with his holy Father.
with Joe for many years at the Navy Depot. I am sorry to hear of this loss. My condolences to his family.
Dear Roebuck Family, I want to express my deepest condolences at the passing of Bobby (or "Bobby
Joe") as I always called him. We spent many hours together in high school, at lunch and in sports. We would laugh every
time we made eye contact, regardless of the topic, and his laugh was infectious! And a hearty " Thank you Bobby Joe"
for your service to our country! A true good hearted soul, and so glad to see he accepted Jesus, as we will reunite some day
in the company of our Lord! Very Sincerely, Denny Ruth
To the Roebuck family my heartfelt condolences
go out to you all. He was one of the best. God got a good one. Rest in peace, Joe.
My condolences to the Family of Joe Roebuck,III, a man that I can say truly
was a friend in every respect. I've had the honor of knowing him for over 37 years and no words can express what a considerate,
kind and generous person that he was. I have countless memories of Joe and my overall thoughts of him make me laugh. May
God be with the family during your time of bereavement, and Joe may you rest in peace, you will truly be missed.
David A. McLeod
Sharing your sorrow and wishing you peace
during this difficult time. Much love to you and my deepest condolences.
My brother I will always miss you.
I loved your joy and happiness about life. I thank you for being concerned about me, you were always there when I needed
you. I will see you in Heaven.
sister: Marsha Roebuck
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