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Robert “Bob” C. Braunberg

Date of Death: May 29, 2015
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Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
120 Keating Drive
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 6/4, 11:00 am

Robert C. Braunberg Robert C. Braunberg, 81, of Winchester, VA, died Friday, May 29, 2015 in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Braunberg was born in 1934 in Washington, D.C., the son of the late DeRoy and Rita Braunberg. He was a 1952 graduate of Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, MD.  Mr. Braunberg received hisContinue Reading

Hamm Family left a message on May 30, 2015:
I am truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort from God's promise to "swallow up death forever, and to wipe away tears from all faces.." (Isaiah 25:8)
Tom Sobotka left a message on June 3, 2015:
I will always remember Bob as a notable and accomplished biochemist and as one of the most vibrant, energetic, imaginative and magnetic personalities that I've ever met. It has been my honor and pleasure to have known Bob as a co-worker at the SPAL/Beltsville Research Facility of the Food and Drug Administration and as a friend. May Bob rest in peace.
Dennis Gaines left a message on June 4, 2015:
I worked with Bob for a number of years at the Beltsville Research Facility in Laurel, MD. We "shared" the same supervisor. He had Oscar Gantt working with him in the same lab and I was just down the hall. His enthusiasm for life in general transcended anything he did in the lab and yet when he got down to his undershirt I knew he was getting serious about some tissue slice experiment he was doing. There will never be another Bob Braunberg.
Jim Peggins left a message on June 10, 2015:
It was my privilege to work with Bob for several years at SPAL (the Beltsville Facility). He was one of a kind and completely fearless when it came to taking a task on. I remember his stories about building the new chimney on his house in Rockville. He was one of the smartest and funniest people I've had the please of knowing. The world will be a sadder pace without Braunberg in it. RIP Bob.
john & karen conville left a message on June 10, 2015:
The first time I ever saw Bob, I immediately liked him. He reminded me of a mad scientist as he showed me one project after another he was involved in and obviously enjoyed. He was a remarkable man, one I won't soon forget. He loved Shirley and she him, though I think that she had the patience of Job, with some of his projects. He made me laugh so often, but more important, I considered him a friend. I will miss him greatly, but know that heaven is richer for he being there. GOD BLESS his wife, shirley and family. Good people!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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