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Robert "Bob" Immanuel Maher
Date of Death: July 27, 2018
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Robert “Bob” Immanuel Maher, 74, of Winchester, Virginia passed away Friday, July 27, 2018, at Winchester Medical Center. Bob was born in 1944 in Columbus, Ohio, the son of the late Robert and Margaret Maher. He was a graduate of Aquinas High School in Columbus, Ohio and attended The Ohio State University qualifying 2 years …
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Shannon left a message on June 8, 2019:
Missed getting a hug for bringing you your pink lemonade today, Bob. You would have been overjoyed to see the folks who shared your love of history getting together and sharing their memories. It was an honor and a privilege to know you.
Rex Felton left a message on March 17, 2019:
I have known Bob since he was the tour organizer for other Civil War institutes such as I believe it was named The Virginia Country Day Society. I went to numerous Sarasota Civil War Symposiums as long as I had accounting clients in Florida and could justify the travel away from my CPA firm in Ohio while my staff did year end closings on my Ohio clientele. My many memorable tours and symposium include the Sarasota Civil War Symposiums, Stonewall Jackson's 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign in Chronological Order, Folling In the Footsteps of General Meade from Gettysburg, Following Charlie Roland WWII from England to the Ramada Bridge, the Invasion of Normandy, and many, many more. We both were avid Ohio State Sports Fans, Bob in football and I in basketball. We definitely had a great relationship and I truly am sorry that I just learned of his passing. I have been suffering poor health for now my sixth year and my travels have been dictated by dialysis three times a week. I had a long talk with Bob each month for the last six months of his life because of my inability to function but things have become better healwise. Sorry that I missed his celebration of life in December.
Sandra Roles left a message on January 15, 2019:
You will always be Loved and forever with me ! Thank you for your great friendship! I feel so bad nobody let me know! Luv ya;!
Andrew Mivelaz Johnson left a message on September 13, 2018:
Bob, your tours both here and abroad were a delight. I'm going to really miss your enthusiasm. Trying to remember 1st CWEA tour with you, must have been around 20 years ago. The tours were just super! Say hello to R.E.L. for me. Rest eternal to Bob, O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon him. Amen.
Alex Welles left a message on August 29, 2018:
For over a decade, I've ventured across the country from Seattle to attend your well organized and always entertaining CWEA outings. You'll be missed, Bob. Take care, my friend.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Jerry Colen left a message on August 26, 2018:
I always remember Bob for his cheery smile and he always said "GO BUCKS" to me because he knew that like him, went to Ohio State.
Jerry Colen left a message on August 26, 2018:
I remember Bob as someone who always had a cheery smile and always said "GO BUCKS" to me.
Chip and Linda Burkhart left a message on August 15, 2018:
Thanks for all the memories and good times that me and my family had on the many tours we took learning about our Nation's history. It would not have been possible without Bob. Many, Many Thanks- We will miss walking the hallowed grounds. Condolences to his Family-
Lorne Bair and the staff at Lorne Bair Rare Books left a message on August 15, 2018:
So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. Rest in peace.
Charlie Townsley left a message on August 13, 2018:
Bob I always enjoyed your CWEA tours and was quite fortunate to get to know you. Rest in peace my friend.
Wallace R. Hoppe left a message on August 10, 2018:
Bob was quite a guy. I had the privilege of knowing him for 27 years and enjoyed many years of the CWEA. He had struggled a long hard fight with his health but always kept a positive attitude. I always enjoyed and will remember our times in Sarasota. Rest now Bob. When I get up there, maybe we can call on some of the Civil War generals together. Love, Wally
Kat Kinter left a message on August 6, 2018:
My friend, when you walked in The Lighthouse I would light up knowing I was going to have the best day/night (both!). Your stories, jokes, music, and kindness always made my heart feel good. All my love to those you touched, we will miss you.
Lois Patterson left a message on August 5, 2018:
I was very sorry to hear about Bob passing. He was a great tour planner for the CWEA. I was a client for over 15 years and enjoyed all of the tours. I didn't know he had such a extensive family and was glad that they were there to support him at his time of need. He had many friends in the civil war community and will be greatly missed.
Daniel Byers left a message on August 5, 2018:
Deepest sympathies to Bob Maher's immediate family and Bob's extended Civil War Education Association (CWEA) family. Bob's many years with the CWEA leaves behind a legacy of work that is unmatched in scope to his many patrons. His input to the CWEA and the history tours community will be surely missed in more ways than the many patrons can count. Let us hope his legacy will be one of which his entire immediate family and extended CWEA family will be proud.
Tisha Harper left a message on August 5, 2018:
We all are saddened to hear of Bob's passing. We will always remember him as the one who got people together and he so enjoyed the happiness of those around him. Always with a story, or limerick and a heart of gold...we will miss you, Bob!
Frances Vorous left a message on August 2, 2018:
Bob will be remembered for his kindness, wit, and passion for knowledge. He did not know a stranger and made the day better for everyone he encountered. Bob was a champion of life and will be in the memories of many across the country. My condolences to his family. ♥️ Fran
dom cervi left a message on August 2, 2018:
Very sad to learn of the passing of Bob Thanks to him I like many others were able to learn so much about the civil war thru the CWEA He was a fantastic man who will be missed by all who were fortunate to have know him. I ll miss his trademark Ohion State red hat. Rest easy on the other side my friend It was a pleasure walking with you on all the battlefields we explored.
Trish Dick left a message on August 2, 2018:
Bob was a great, very wise and caring man. He brought people together to share knowledge and good times. He touched so many lives and will be greatly missed by all of us.
Billy Germelman left a message on August 2, 2018:
Bob: when a chill is in the air during the holidays I will not be able to play a drum or hear pipes without thinking of you. Cheers to a life well lived sir!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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