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Robert William Ranger, Jr. of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away on Saturday, September 26, 2015 in Phoenix. He was 59 years old.

Bob was born on October 24, 1955. He married Linda S. Allen on June 1, 1974 in Montrose, MI. He was a Local 370 Union Pipefitter and Welder in Flint, MI and retired as a business agent for the Union.

He will be sadly missed by his survivors which include his wife, Linda; sons, Robert III and his wife Gretchyn, and Aaron and his wife Morgan; parents, Robert Sr. and Patricia; sisters, Theresa, Patty and Celeste; brothers Tom, Patrick and Frank; and five grandchildren, Derek (8), Will (7), Allie (4), Gia (3), and Mya (1).

Services will be held at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home in Queen Creek, Arizona, on Monday, October 12, 2015. Family will greet friends from 2:00-3:00pm, with a memorial service following at 3:00pm. The family requests that memorials be made in lieu of flowers.

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11 responses to “Robert William Ranger, Jr.”

  1. Lisa Ranger Lynch says:

    I am brought back to childhood memories the most thinking of my cousin. I saw him as a strong, funny, sweet and exceptionally handson man. His eyes sparkled and his smile warmed a room. Always remembered…<3

  2. Dan n& Betty Allen says:

    Linda & Family of We are saddened by Bobbie’s passing he was one of are favorite people. and we will cherish all of our great memories. our love and prayers sent to all of you

  3. EDDIE & TAMMY LAKE says:

    we are very sorry for your loss of Bobbie. Sending prayers for Linda & grandchildren & the rest of the family.

  4. Frantt V Whitehill says:

    What a great guy. So sorry to see him go. He will be greatly missed by many RIP Brother.

  5. Paula & Dave DeJonge says:

    Our prayers are with the whole family for comfort and peace in this time of loss. I really enjoyed being around Bobbie and he always put a smile on my face. I’ll never forget the time that he scared the heck out of me yet still managed to make me laugh. I had gotten a flat tire and was quite far from the exit and wearing high heels and an outfit that you wouldn’t want to walk on the side of the expressway. An extremely rough, long haired, motorcyclist proceeded to pull over in front of me and began to approach me. I was a little scared and he could tell and when he was close enough for me to see his face and I recognized him he began to laugh because he probably knew the things that had gone through my mind. It was not a coincidence that Bobbie ended up on that expressway in the same place as me at the time I needed him most. He changed my tire for me and helped me to build my faith that we are watched over from above and given the help that we need when we need it. On that day, Bobbie was my “angel” sent from above and I will never forget that memory!!

  6. Mike and Jan Reinhart says:

    Linda, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Although it has been years since we have seen you guys, we always think of Bob as a funny, fun loving guy. The first picture of him that always comes to my mind is him and Mark Pyrc in their bibbed overalls with the red knees. All good memories. Mike and Jan

  7. Jolene Balars says:

    Dear Linda and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Baby Bobs passing. He was a great, fun loving man who always brought smiles to peoples faces. Jim and I send our love to all!! Jim and Jolene Balars

  8. Vickie Redding says:

    MY prayers go out to the whole family. May God comfort you at this hard time.

  9. Burt Biggs says:

    Bob was the kind of guy who attracted friends. A smile for all and a fun person to be around. For those of us who knew “Baby Bob” , he will be missed and remembered

  10. Scott " Lucky" Brink says:

    Baby Bob was always a pleasure to be around and was just fun to talk to.
    So sorry to hear he has ended his journey here but know I get to see him at every sunset.
    Rest in peace Brother Bob

  11. Pam Steco Rose says:

    Linda and family just wanted to let you know you have been in my thoughts all the way in Michigan. I will always remember our annual visits to AZ and the fun times we had…..dog track races, cookouts, flea msrkets and all around fun. You always made Barb and I feel welcome each year. Take care and love you all. Pam Steco Rose.

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Robert William Ranger, Jr.


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Robert William Ranger, Jr. of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away on Saturday, September 26, 2015 in Phoenix. He was 59 years old.

Bob was born on October 24, 1955. He married Linda S. Allen on June 1, 1974 in Montrose, MI. He was a Local 370 Union Pipefitter and Welder in Flint, MI and retired as a business agent for the Union.

He will be sadly missed by his survivors which include his wife, Linda; sons, Robert III and his wife Gretchyn, and Aaron and his wife Morgan; parents, Robert Sr. and Patricia; sisters, Theresa, Patty and Celeste; brothers Tom, Patrick and Frank; and five grandchildren, Derek (8), Will (7), Allie (4), Gia (3), and Mya (1).

Services will be held at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home in Queen Creek, Arizona, on Monday, October 12, 2015. Family will greet friends from 2:00-3:00pm, with a memorial service following at 3:00pm. The family requests that memorials be made in lieu of flowers.

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11 responses to “Robert William Ranger, Jr.”

  1. Lisa Ranger Lynch says:

    I am brought back to childhood memories the most thinking of my cousin. I saw him as a strong, funny, sweet and exceptionally handson man. His eyes sparkled and his smile warmed a room. Always remembered…<3

  2. Dan n& Betty Allen says:

    Linda & Family of We are saddened by Bobbie’s passing he was one of are favorite people. and we will cherish all of our great memories. our love and prayers sent to all of you

  3. EDDIE & TAMMY LAKE says:

    we are very sorry for your loss of Bobbie. Sending prayers for Linda & grandchildren & the rest of the family.

  4. Frantt V Whitehill says:

    What a great guy. So sorry to see him go. He will be greatly missed by many RIP Brother.

  5. Paula & Dave DeJonge says:

    Our prayers are with the whole family for comfort and peace in this time of loss. I really enjoyed being around Bobbie and he always put a smile on my face. I’ll never forget the time that he scared the heck out of me yet still managed to make me laugh. I had gotten a flat tire and was quite far from the exit and wearing high heels and an outfit that you wouldn’t want to walk on the side of the expressway. An extremely rough, long haired, motorcyclist proceeded to pull over in front of me and began to approach me. I was a little scared and he could tell and when he was close enough for me to see his face and I recognized him he began to laugh because he probably knew the things that had gone through my mind. It was not a coincidence that Bobbie ended up on that expressway in the same place as me at the time I needed him most. He changed my tire for me and helped me to build my faith that we are watched over from above and given the help that we need when we need it. On that day, Bobbie was my “angel” sent from above and I will never forget that memory!!

  6. Mike and Jan Reinhart says:

    Linda, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Although it has been years since we have seen you guys, we always think of Bob as a funny, fun loving guy. The first picture of him that always comes to my mind is him and Mark Pyrc in their bibbed overalls with the red knees. All good memories. Mike and Jan

  7. Jolene Balars says:

    Dear Linda and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Baby Bobs passing. He was a great, fun loving man who always brought smiles to peoples faces. Jim and I send our love to all!! Jim and Jolene Balars

  8. Vickie Redding says:

    MY prayers go out to the whole family. May God comfort you at this hard time.

  9. Burt Biggs says:

    Bob was the kind of guy who attracted friends. A smile for all and a fun person to be around. For those of us who knew “Baby Bob” , he will be missed and remembered

  10. Scott " Lucky" Brink says:

    Baby Bob was always a pleasure to be around and was just fun to talk to.
    So sorry to hear he has ended his journey here but know I get to see him at every sunset.
    Rest in peace Brother Bob

  11. Pam Steco Rose says:

    Linda and family just wanted to let you know you have been in my thoughts all the way in Michigan. I will always remember our annual visits to AZ and the fun times we had…..dog track races, cookouts, flea msrkets and all around fun. You always made Barb and I feel welcome each year. Take care and love you all. Pam Steco Rose.

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