Robert Edward Tingley Jr.

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Feb 27 1955
Sep 16 2018
63 Years
Honey Brook

Robert E. Tingley Jr., 63, of Honey Brook, passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at Paoli Hospital.

Born in Wynnewood, PA he was the son of the late Constance T. (Keller) and Robert Tingley Sr.

Robert was a graduate of Mitchell High School and went on to further his education at The University of Denver.  Robert was currently employed by Fed ex and held a position in their warehouse.

Robert was loved dearly by his grandchildren, who referred to him as the “Best Grandpa.” He will be fondly remembered for his love of The Beatles, he even paid tribute to them through the license plate on his car which reads “Fab41ever”. He enjoyed playing golf, fishing, and was also known as a sweet corn connoisseur.

Robert is survived by his son Matt Tingley and wife Colleen of Honey Brook; Two Grandchildren: Axel and Nova Tingley; two brothers Walker Tingley of Deleware and Stephen Tingley of State College, PA.  

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018, at 1:00 pm from the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg.  Visitation from 12 noon until time of service.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. 

Service Date: 
Nov 3 2018 - 1:00pm
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home

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I knew Rob from White Crystal Beach and I can not tell you how sorry my Wife Diane and I are to hear this news. Rob was always so nice to us and he will be missed down WCB. RIP Rob and God Bless his family. 

Sincerely,

Diane and Jim

 

 

 

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Rob and I first met in the ‘80’s when we both lived in Secane,Pa in apartments. We subsequently rented a house in Havertown in a community of friends. I, along with his many friends will miss him.

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I am so sorry to hear of this. We grew up, played all the time, went camping often, we shared an apt together. My thoughts are with his family. Thanks Rob for the fun times.

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Rob, Steve and I worked together and enjoyed playing golf at Flying Hills. He liked recording number of puts to get better. Especially, he loved following the LPGA tour and the success of Cristie Kerr, please let her husband Eric know. He loved his familiy! So unfair, taken too soon.

Deb

 

 

 

 

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Robert taught the grandsons to use online assignment writing service. He was a good person.

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Sending my deepest sympathies Matt Tingley, Colleen, and family. God has gained another Angel. Thinking of all at this difficult time. Love Aunt Lisa

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I can't believe he is gone. I kept expecting to walk into the room to find him awake and cracking jokes. He may not have been the brightest light in the world but he was in ours. He will be missed in so many ways.
Always remember how proud he was of you. He will always be watching over you and your family.

 

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Dear Matt, Walker, Steve and Families,

Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Uncle John and Aunt Lorraine

 

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I am so sorry to hear of Rob’s passing. I always remember him fondly as a little boy growing up on Byre Lane. We had such fun times. I can’t believe he’s gone. My love and support go out to his family during this difficult time.

Hugs

Barbara Lewis

 

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I am very saddened today to learn of Rob Tingley's passing.   Rob was part of our young childhood though adult life.   His parents, Connie and Rob,  and all our parents from Byre Lane, Wallingford, PA grew up together. We played softball in the baseball field he built with his father and the other fathers , every summer of our childhood. We built forts. He had musical talents and was part of  street garage band. He created the best haunted house in his parents home,as a kid. We kept in contact and held reunions together. He was as much our family as any of our biological families. His parents home was the center of all things fun. I appreciate the long distances he would travel with his son to be together with his Byre Lane family reunions. He was able to share great humorous stories from our childhood. He had a sense of fun and appreciation for life and especially his family. We have a life time of memories . Our prayers are with Stephen and Walker and his son, daughter in law and grandkids.  Also so sorry to hear of Connie's passing also this year.   Connie was an exceptional parents, thinking of her sons' needs always first.    Leesa Griffith Carlin

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 I was part of a group of five friends from music camp during our high school days. We were all from different areas which of course was super cool for us. Rob and his brother Steve both attended, and we all became fast friends  

 Along with the awesome and treasured memories will be Rob’s ever present sense of humor and perfect timing. He always knew how to make us laugh and smile.   

This is a great and sudden loss for us all. My deepest thoughts and love go to his son, his sons family, Steve and his family. May you find comfort in all of the lives that Rob touched

 

 

 

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We are blessed to have known Rob.  A kind, funny and gentle man.  Steve and I will miss walking the golf course with Rob.  He always maintained an optomistic outlook on life and was quick to share with us pictures of his beautiful grandchidren.  We want to wish his family and friends our sincere, heartfelt love and support during this difficult time. 

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I want to pass my condolences on to the entire family amd close friends of Rob. We worked together for a few years and I enjoyed talking with and working with Rob. He was a consummate professional and did his job thoroughly. I miss seeing him at work. He was a great teammate and I'm sure he was an even better family man! Rob, rest well my friend...we miss and love you buddy! Hope to see you on the golf course of eternity when my time is up here! RIP

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