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McDermott Funeral Home - Kennedy Township Location
Saturday March 19th, 2022
10:00am - 12:00pm

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Funeral Service

McDermott Funeral Home - Kennedy Township Location
Saturday March 19th, 2022
11:45am - 12:00pm

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Robert "Bob" W. Grubb

Robert (Bob) W. Grubb
At the age of 81, of Robinson Township, passed away on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 with his loving family by his side.  Beloved husband for 56 years of Delores M Grubb (Warynovich).  Loving father of Scott (Robbie) Grubb, Lori (Erick) Markle; cherished grandfather of Brennon, Ryan, and Brody.  Brother of John (Maggie) Grubb, Eleanor (Mike) McClure; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents John W. and Margaret E. Grubb, sisters Joanie (James) Briske, Muffy (Wesley) Sakers, and Buncie (Dan) Rholetter.  He enjoyed golfing, bowling, fishing and going to any of his grandchildren’s events.  Friends will be received from 10-12pm on Saturday, March 19th at MCDERMOTT’S FUNERAL HOME, 334 Forrest Grove Road, Kennedy Township, PA 15108.  In lieu of flowers, the Grubb family suggests memorial contributions to your local hospice or Kidney Foundation.


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My heart goes out to you, Delores, Lori, Scott and the whole Grubb family. It is so hard to lose a father and a husband. You have my deepest sympathy. May God bless you all.

Marlene Hale Mar 19 2022 10:17 AM

Dee, Scott, Lori & Family
You have my deepest sympathy, I will always cherish the memories I have made with your family. Bob will greatly be missed. May God bless you during this sorrowful time.

Clara Priddy Mar 17 2022 10:27 AM

This great man has been a part of my life for 35 years. My first memory was going to the bowling alley as he tried to teach me how to use the lane arrows. That same teaching and critiquing carried over into softball and basketball. I loved his "no nonsense" and "no excuse" way of life. He taught life lessons that I cherish today. We even shared in our love of John Wayne. But most of all, I'll never forget his smile and contagious laugh. As you enter your eternal home with our Savior Jesus Christ, may you feel the same warm welcoming you offered me in yours. You are loved and will be missed. Love to you all.

Amy (Hale) Ponchek Mar 16 2022 7:28 PM

This breaks my heart. The memories I have of this man and our softball days will live forever in my heart. You were truly loved. Sending prayers and love to your beautiful family.

Lori Mays Martin Mar 16 2022 6:36 PM

I will miss you so much, you was the best older brother one could ever have, till we meet again, love and will always have great memories of you.

Eleanor McClure Mar 16 2022 3:25 PM