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Robert L. Calder November 1, 1936 - March 17, 2018

Robert L. “Bob” Calder, 81, passed away March 17, 2018. Bob was born November 1, 1936 in New York to parents, late Alexander and late Ruth Calder. Bob met the love of his life, Beverly Bernier, while in high school. He joined the US Army and he served in Korea. Beverly and Bob married in 1960. After his military service, Bob graduated from St. John’s University. He enjoyed his 38 year career with Procter and Gamble. He also enjoyed marathon running and was a proud member of Post 318. Bob is survived by his loving wife, Beverly; children, Kathy Calder, Carol (Chuck) Van Gorder; Bob (Kim) Calder, John Calder and Jim (Christi) Calder; grandchildren, Ryan, Michael, Bobby, Kelci, Dylan, Nicholas, Kiley, Brooke and T.J.; sister, Jane Forde and many other loving relatives and great friends. Memorial donations are encouraged to Catholic Relief Services (100 East Eighth Street Cincinnati, OH 45202) or American Cancer Society (1-800-227-2345). Services will be held Tuesday, March 27 at Immaculate Heart of Mary- visitation at 9:30 am, mass at 10:30 am and reception to follow. Fares J. Radel Funeral Home serving the family.


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    Lou & Sally Caporale says

    He fought long and hard. Rest In Peace dear soldier. Bev and family, may your loving memories be of comfort to you. God bless the Caldor family. You are in our prayers.

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    Kathy crossley says

    I’m so sorry for your loss Bob was a great man he will be missed,prayers for the family

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    Sherrie Heyse says

    Fred and I send out condolences to Bev and the family. Bob was a good friend and Christian who loved his community and country. Rest in Peace.

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    Bruce & Jan Brockman says

    Beverly and family, So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. We remember well the running days. Prayers are heading to the family. RIP Bob

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    Fr Joe Rankin says

    Wonderful man! I have great memories of him. The kind of family young seminarians need to meet on their way to the priesthood.
    Love to Bev.

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    Bettye Beaumont says

    Bob was one of the finest men with whom I worked at P&G. I could always count on him to stand up for what was right, but always with a twinkle in his eye. He was an excellent colleague.

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    Bob Thompson says

    I worked with Bob for many years at P&G. He was an outstanding human being both at work and in his private life. He will be missed.

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    Jim Krueger says

    May Bob rest in he peace of Christ. May the family, especially Beverly, receive the graces of the Resurrection to make your way in this time of loss. I knew Bob from P&G and seeing him many times at St. X at noon time Mass. PEACE be with all of the family.

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