Robert W. Kibler

Robert W. Kibler

Robert W. ‘”Bob” Kibler, 71, passed away Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at Putnam Community Medical Center after a brief illness. He was born in Midina, New York to the Late Oaklin and Nina Kibler. Bob was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Crescent City and also the Crescent City Moose Lodge #1641. He enjoyed boating, antiques, sports, going to auctions and admiring cars. Mr Kibler was a proud U.S. Navy Veteran faithfully serving his country in the South Pole. Robert leaves to celebrate his legacy his loving wife of 10 years, Rita Carney-Kibler of Crescent City, Fl; sons, Richard Kibler and wife, Pamela of Jacksonville, Fl, Russell Kibler and wife, Terrye of Jacksonville, Fl, Edward Carney and wife, Ingrid of Cary, North Carolina, John Carney and wife, Sue of Pottstown, Philadelphia, Brian Carney and wife, Pat of Sterling, Virginia; daughter; Diane Bates and husband, Stan of Jacksonville, Florida; grandchildren, Brian, Scott, Emily, John, Andrew, Ian, Erin, Sean, Christopher, Madeline. A Celebration of Robert’s Life will be 2 pm Saturday, March 1, 2008 at First Presbyterian Church of Crescent City with Rev. Nels Falk officiating. In Lieu of Flowers donations may be sent in the honor and memory of Robert Kibler to the First Presbyterian Church, 301 East Cypress, Crescent City, Fl 32112.

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  1. Diane Kibler Bates says:

    Things I remember about my father:
    I feel like I

  2. Annemarie and Clayton Bates says:

    Diane and Family:
    Clayton and I are keeping you in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. We wish we were not so far away so that we could do more. Take care and our hope is that our thoughts and prayers provide you some comfort during such a difficult time.
    Annie and Clayton Bates

  3. Lisa Houk says:

    To all in Jacksonville, we send hugs and love from Chicago. Special memories of a ride on his motorcycle, and laughing in Sun City with Uncle Bob, Grandpa Clay and Oak. So grateful to have reaquainted with him at Diane and Stan’s wedding. The legacy lives on in the wonderful family that he and Aunt Sue created.
    Peace and blessings,

  4. Jennifer Roberts Schmidt says:

    Dear Rita,

    I am a former foster child of yours. I wanted to send my deepest condolences to you and your family. I think of you and your sons often. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you today.

    Love, Jennifer

  5. Sandra Bradley says:

    Worked with Bob at AT&T American Transtech.

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