Robert 'Bob' Bedford

December 1935 – May 2018

“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln

at peace purchased

Remembering Bob

Robert, better known as Bob, was my husband for one month shy of 57 years! He was a sweet, friendly man who was everyone’s friend. I miss him so much now but I believe strongly in the afterlife and know that he is in the Lord’s care now and is healthy and well again. He had come up with an inciduous disease called NPH for the last years of his life that robbed him of his large and small motor activites plus a lot of his memory also. It was sad to see him like this as he had an active and productive life as a mechanical engineer for government work in space and aeronautics and lastly in HVAC before this set in.

One never knows where life takes us—the important thing is that we trust in God who makes all things right. He was a student of scietific advancements so when I heard of Science Care, I signed him up immediately. What a blessing this was to me as all was handled so beautifully and with care and empathy. I am so very grateful for this organization for what they do! If Bob could speak for himself, I’m sure he would be very proud to have been able to make this contribution to the medical sciences!

Friends & Family

Life Member of Delta Sigma Phi (Cal Poly Chapter, San Luis Obispo, CA)
Survived by wife Christa, brother Gerald, sons Roy and Allen Bedford and daughter Margo. Also three grandsons–Felix, twins Alex and Larson; and three grandaughters–Amara, Michelle and Lydia. Also, daughter-in-law Gillian (Allen) and son-in-law Jens (Margo). 
College best friends–Keith Harding and John Turney; Army days best buddies–KayO Mogenson and Roy Mackley.
Member of the Bryn Athyn Church in Boro of Bryn Athyn, PA and friend of all who knew him here.