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“Posty that's what I called him was good person an a good boss worked with him at Chrysler Rih ”
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“Bob was my oldest friend, I think we met when we were 3. We grew up in church, and started school together in jr. high at James Rodgers. He and...Read More »
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“Prayers to the family robert will definitely be missed god bless... ”
3 of 6 | Posted by: Sharon Temple - Detroit, MI

“You are all in our thoughts and prayers. ”
4 of 6 | Posted by: Jamie Bozarth - MI - Friend

“Bob you were a good lifelong friend you will be missed ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Brett Bozarth - St clair shores, MI

“Rest In Peace dear nephew. You are now reunited with your loving parents, grandparents and other family members who have gone before you. Love you....Read More »
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Robert Charles Post, age 57 of Warren, died Friday, February 8, 2019 at Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, the Warren Campus. He was born February 17, 1961 in Detroit, son of Wayne Leroy and Joan Marie (nee: Pfeifauf) Post.

Employed as a supervisor in the field of manufacturing, Robert certainly earned his time away from work and the enjoyment of his favorite pastimes,…one of which was filling the role of Master Chef on the BBQ. That's right,…the best tools Bob ever wielded were the ones that helped him turn the ribs, steaks and hot dogs that he cooked on the grill. He loved to barbeque and show off his backyard culinary skills, and managed to create many-a-tasty treat over the years. When guests came over for just about any outdoor event, Bob was always the hit of the party with his BBQing talents and those magical meals that he and his spatula whipped up.

As for his other tools lying around the house and garage, Bob put those to use as the resident Mr. Fix It and consummate repairman. Known for his natural abilities and knowledge of restoring items from the state of disrepair, Bob just loved tinkering on things and could often be found working on several little projects at a time. Much like that Father & Son slogan on the TV commercial, "No job's too big, no job's too small,"…Bob could do it all.

Like many guys out there, Bob had his sporting pleasures as well which included the games of golf and bowling. Whether he was in search of that elusive Hole-in-One on the links, or rolling for that "hard to pin down" 300 Game at the bowling alley, Robert thoroughly enjoyed participating in both of these sporting bonanzas,…especially when he was sharing the fun with family and friends.

And speaking of "family & friends,"…it was in their company that Robert shared the finest, warmest, and most memorable moments of his days on earth, making memories to last a lifetime. And even though that span of time was far too brief, it certainly was filled with a storehouse of precious recollections of the smiles, laughter, and fun he shared with those he loved and cared for. He will be missed immensely and loved eternally.

Robert was the beloved husband of Michelle. Dear brother of David Post and Jenny (Mike) Killips. Also survived by his loving nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Visitation for Robert will be held Saturday, February 16th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd.) in Warren.

Robert's Memorial Service will take place at 4:00 pm on Saturday at the funeral home.

Please share memories of Robert at his guest book above.