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September 23, 1953 – April 3, 2023
Robert M. Ransier, age 69, passed away, surrounded by family, on April 3, 2023. Robert was born in Batavia, NY.
Bob is survived by his beloved Daughter Sarah Renee Moerdyke; former wife and mother of his child, Lynne Case Ransier; Grandchildren Aubrey Estes and Charlotte Moerdyke; Sister Sandra Ransier Smith; close neighbors and best friend Eric (Amie) Woodall; former spouse Sherry Ransier, and he was also survived by many other caring family and friends.
He was preceded in death by parents James and Carolyn Ransier.
Bob was very proud of his yearly Forest Park Beautification Award for his well-tended front yard and he was a talented tattoo artist. Happiest hanging out with his dog PJ, drinking a beer, listening to rock ‘n roll, or watching his Buffalo Bills. He never met a stranger and loved harder than most.
Public Visitation will be held Saturday, April 22, 2023, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Arlington Memorial Garden’s Lakeside Mausoleum. Placement of cremated remains in niche will follow at 12:00 PM. Once on the cemetery grounds, follow the RED line to the Lakeside Mausoleum. Please come and help us celebrate his life.
Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home
Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 12:00 PM
The Arlington Memorial Gardens
“Bob was my neighbor when we lived in Springdale & we bonded.I loved him & his babies Dakota & Pecker.Rest in Heavenly Peace my brother my friend ❤”
“Bob rest in peace brother all the years working together you were more than a friend you became a brother and family lots of love for you wildman god speed”
“Bob and I were friends when we were kids and just reconnected two years ago. We were close friends with his parents. I was great to get back together with him after so long. I will miss you my friend. Rest in peace”
“I worked with Bob from 2001 until he retired I believe in 2015 but he was my helper for a long time I would take him home a lot of the times and stopped by a few times to drink a beer with him he was a good guy and one of my friends may he R.I.P.”
“Wildman, you are one of the truest friends anyone could ever ask for. I pray you are welcomed by our Holy Lord and rest in peace. You will never be forgotten! We love you!”
“Miss you Bob”
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