Robert Cardani

June 22, 1935 - July 24, 2002
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Robert “Bob” J. Cardani, 67, of New Philadelphia, decided to go home and be with the Lord on Wednesday, July 24, 2002, at his residence. Born June 22, 1935, in Wainwright, he was the son of the late Umberto “Bert” Cardani and Elizabeth Francis Cardani who survives. Bob was a graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Denni…

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Robert “Bob” J. Cardani, 67, of New Philadelphia, decided to go home and be with the Lord on Wednesday, July 24, 2002, at his residence. Born June 22, 1935, in Wainwright, he was the son of the late Umberto “Bert” Cardani and Elizabeth Francis Cardani who survives. Bob was a graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Dennison. He attended The Lighthouse of Jesus Christ Foursquare Gospel Church in Uhrichsville, and was a member of Five Waters Golf Course for many years. Bob enjoyed golfing, fishing, gardening and spending time with his children and grandchildren. Surviving is his wife, Liz “Betty” (Warner) Cardani of the home, with whom, on May 30, he celebrated his 40th anniversary; his greatest legacy was his five sons, Lorne Robert his and wife Sherry Cardani of New Philadelphia, Bruce Edward Cardani of Newcomerstown, Scott David and wife Maria Fay Cardani of Richmond, VA, Brian Keith and wife Lisa Marie Cardani of Uhrichsville, Daniel Joseph Cardani of Columbus; five grandchildren, Mathew Lorne Cardani, Mackenzie Renee Cardani, and Caleb York Cardani, Christopher Alan Weaver and Tyler Joseph Weaver. sister, Shirley Carlini of Phoenix, AZ; brother, Patrick Cardani of Columbus. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2002 at 11 AM at the Lighthouse of Jesus Christ Foursquare Gospel Church in Uhrichsville with Pastor Bill Thompson officiating. Calling hours will be held one hour prior to the service, from 10 until 11 AM, in the church. Memorial Contributions may be made to Hospice of your choice or The Lighthouse of Jesus Christ Foursquare Gospel Church, For God’s Kingdom, Uhrichsville, Ohio.

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Born: June 22, 1935
Died: July 24, 2002

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Lori McBeth posted on 7/29/02

Bob was such a special person to me. He was like a second dad. He always made me laugh, especially with his funny sense of humor. I remember vividly the "fierce" competition we use to have over our NFL football rivalries. Unfortunately, Bob liked the Miami Dolphins and I, the Chicago Bears. This made for interesting fun. Bob always had a hug and kiss for me. I can still hear his humorous laugh. I know Bob is at peace now and I can bet he is in heaven playing a round of golf as I type this!! He was the best. He will be missed. I love you, Bob! My heartfelt prayers go out to Bob's wonderful family whom I have had many great times with over the years! Our thoughts and prayers are with you for strength and comfort in this trying time. We are sorry that we were out of town and unable to attend the funeral. We love you all!!! Jeff, Lori, Bailey and Colbey McBeth

 

Glen & Diane Shaffer posted on 7/26/02

We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family and your friends. As you all know Bob was loved by many and although we haven't seen each other much over the years I still felt like we were neighbors on the occasions that our paths would cross. Glen, Diane, Crystal, Glen Jr. Shaffer

 

CHUCK BILLINGS posted on 7/26/02

When somebody dies, a cloud turns into an angel, and flies up to tell God to put another flower on a pillow. A bird gives the message back to the world, and sings a silent prayer that makes the rain cry. People dis- appear, but they never really go away. The spirits up there put the sun to bed, wake up grass, and spin the earth in dizzy circles. Sometimes you can see them dancing in a cloud during the day-time, when they're supposed to be sleeping. They paint the rain- bows and also the sunsets and make waves splash and tug at the tide. They toss shooting stars and listen to wishes. And when they sing wind- songs, they whisper to us, don't miss me too much. The view is nice and I'm doing just fine. My sympathy goes to the Cardani family. From your neighbor in Tusky. Chuck Billings & family.

 

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