Robert Edward LANGE
December 20, 1923 ~ August 16, 2010
Mr. Robert Edward Lange passed away August 16, 2010, in Carmel, Indiana at the age of 86. Robert was born on December 20, 1923, in St. Louis. Bob was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter, Jane Rizzuto.
Robert was of the Lutheran faith and a US Navy Veteran of World War II.
Survivors Include : his wife, Mildred "Millie" Lange, of Carmel, Indiana; 3 Daughters: Joan Oschack; Jean 'Mrs. Steve' Butler & June 'Mrs. Jon' Kay. 1 Son-In-Law: Joe Rizzuto. Also surviving are 7 Grandchildren & 5 Great-Grandchildren.
Visitation : Saturday, 10:00 a.m.
Funeral : Saturday, 11:00 a.m., Aug. 21, 2010
at : TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, with Pastor Keith Ellerbrock officiating.
Interment follows at Parkview Cemetery, Farmington.
Memorials to : Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3765 McKelvey Drive, Bridgeton, MO. 63044
June: My condolences to you on the death of your "Daddy". I know he is now resting with his Daddy. My prayers are with you and your family. The Andrew Family
Dear Lange Family, We loved Bob, and always enjoyed sitting behind Milly & Bob at late service. Bob always shook our son's hand and commented on how big he was getting in his teasing way. He was a joy to know. God grant you His peace which passes all understanding. Our love and deepest sympathies to Milly, and the whole family. Dave, Jean & Ben Barbier
Dear Millie and Family – My thoughts and prayers are with you as you grieve the apparent loss of your dear husband and father. We know that the loss is ours and not his for he is now in the presence of our Lord and Savior. I can just imagine that he and my dear husband are sharing in the beauties of heaven. May their joy be ours as we make our way to join them.
Millie, We were so sorry to here about Bob's passing. We have always thought highly of you both. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I hope your family and wonderful memories are a comfort.
To Millie and all the Lange Family I am so sorry to read of Bobs passing. He was the best neighbor you could have on Dover Drive. He was always happy and a joy to talk to. Dick Rintoul
Our family sends its condolences and have asked the Lord to surround you with His peace and comfort.
I worked in Alton Boxboard's Carton Division right adjacent to Bob's office in Paper Tube in Alton, Illinois. Always enjoyed his sense of humor.
I worked with Bob at Alton Boxboard- later Jefferson Smurfit in Alton, Illinois. He was always smiling and brightened the whole office area up. He was a very good man.
JUNE SORRY TO HERE ABOUT YOUR DAD .I REMEMBER A LOT OF BALL GAMES IN YOUR BACK YARD.HE WAS GREAT MAN. AND I AM A BETTER PERSON FOR HAVING KNOWN HIM. TIM
Dear Millie and the girls, I felt great sadness when Mike told me of Bob's passing. He was a lovely man from a lovely family – Mike's second family. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Janice Clinard
Millie: Thanks so much for sending the news of Bob's passing in your Christmas greetings — birth and death are our human destiny, fortunately, we also celebrate Easter and our Risen Lord, with whom Bob now resides. I still, after 25+ years have very fond memories of Bob and our discussions on our Lutheran faith, which I know now sustains you and your family. In His Blessings, darlene