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Robert "Bob" Winslow

Robert "Bob" G. Winslow 59 of Antwerp, passed away at home Saturday, November 2, 2019.

Bob was born in Norfolk, Virginia on December 23, 1959.

Bob was always heavily involved with his community. He was an intricate part of the Antwerp Baseball Association for 30 years. He was a coach, umpire and a commissioner for Northwest Ohio Pony League. When Bob wasn't coaching baseball, he was coaching the Dallas Cowboys, the Crimson Tide of Alabama and the Cincinnati Reds from his living room! Bob spent time as a volunteer firefighter and EMT in Antwerp and was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Hicksville. Even Bob's job at Current Office Solutions brought him back to Antwerp to serve many local businesses. Prior to that he worked at Nemco Medical One for 10 years.

Bob will be sadly missed by his wife, Pam (Muehlfeld) whom he married Feb. 14, 1989; children, Bobby (Natashia) & Toni Winslow &  Erica Garner; sister, Robin (William) Stokes; grandchildren, Kayden, Rylan, Brayton, Westin, Shaelin, Brooklin & Elizabeth.

Bob is preceded in death by his stepdaughter, Ashley McCrea; parents, Peggy J (Davenport) Wells & Robert G. Winslow, Sr.; brother, Scott & mother-in-law & father-in-law, Tony & Phyllis Muehlfeld.

His funeral service is at First Baptist Church, 5482 County Rd 424, Antwerp, Friday, Nov. 8th, 11 am with viewing one hour prior.

Viewing is also at Dooley Funeral Home, 202 W. River Street, Antwerp, Thursday, Nov. 7th, 2 – 8 pm.

In lieu of flowers and other tributes please make a donation to Shriners Hospital, Cincinnati or Antwerp Ball Association.

Fond memories may be shared at dooleyfuneralhome.com

 

 


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Guestbook

There just aren't enough Bob Winslow's in the world! Prayers for Pam and family.

Brian and Connie Waters Nov 7 2019 12:00 AM

I had the pleasure of getting to know Bob through his wife Pam at Promedica. My fondest memories were when Bob umpired our softball games. I got to get caught up on his family and he always made me laugh. He will be greatly missed and my deepest sympathies go out to his family.

Kerrie Sprow Nov 7 2019 12:00 AM

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the entire family. Antwerp has lost such a Great Person in Bob. He was admired by so many people whose life he had touched as a member of our community and as a coach. We have so many fond memories of Coach Bob and the special person that he was. If life is measured by the amount of people that you have touched then Bob was indeed a very successful person
The DeLongs

Barry DeLong Nov 6 2019 12:00 AM

My most memorable experience with Bob was when I was coaching Little League baseball. It was late in the season and the championship was on the line. Bob was the home plate umpire. I was coaching third base and the other teams bench was on the third base side. My son was either hit by a pitch or was somehow hurt. I called time out and was walking over toward him. The coach of the other team made some remark (I dont remember the exact words) about him not being hurt or dogging it. I was immediately furious and started walking toward the visitors bench where the other coach was standing. Before I got too far, I felt the sponge rubber hand held umpire chest protector in my chest pushing me backwards. It was Bob. He said You are going to coach from the first base side for the rest of the game. I looked at him to start to argue. I can do this, he said. I knew I couldnt get around him. He was taller than me, more muscular than me, and was not going to back down, soI went to first base. He took charge in a tense situation and probably stopped me from making a fool of myself by trying to fight the other coach. Ever since that time he and I were good friends. He was a tireless worker for the Ball Association. Two years ago he honored me by asking me to throw out the first pitch at the Ball Association Opening Day. He will definitely be missed.

Floyd A. Ramsier Nov 6 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Robert "Bob" Winslow

vicky Hatlevig Nov 6 2019 12:00 AM

Our thoughts & prayers are with your family in your sadness.

Kayden, sorry to hear of your grandpas death...
Cherish all the memories...
Mrs. Laker

Donna & Ted Laker Nov 6 2019 12:00 AM

I really enjoyed umpiring with Bob and really just enjoyed him as a person. RIP my friend!

Jeff Thiel Nov 6 2019 12:00 AM

Sending prayers and hugs to you and the family

Vanice brames Nov 5 2019 12:00 AM

I first met Bob in little league football many years ago as we coached together, it was always nice to run into each other periodically we would always play catch up on family life , it was an honor to know him... my condolences and prayers for all... Gonzo

TonyGonzales Nov 5 2019 12:00 AM

Rest in Peace my friend! I know how much you loved life and you lived it!! You met your true love Pam and together you had a family that meant everything to you! I know how much you loved them!! Fly High Fly High!

Bunny Felstow Nov 4 2019 12:00 AM

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