Bobby W. Nester

Birth Date: 
Tuesday, October 5, 1948
Date of Passing: 
Sunday, March 20, 2022

Bobby W. Nester, 73, of Wooster passed away on Sunday, March 20, 2022 at Glendora Care Center.

He was born October 5, 1948 in Abingdon, VA, the son of Cannie and Ethel Seay Nester. On December 31, 1980 he married Lilly Butler. She survives.

Bobby had been an over-the-road-truck-driver for the majority of his life. He retired from Landstar System, Inc. transportation services and had earned the “One Million Safe Miles” award after many years of driving truck. Bobby was a loving husband who will be greatly missed by his loving wife.

Along with his wife, Lilly, Bobby is survived by a brother David L. Roberts of Florida.

In addition to his parents, Bobby was preceded in death by a brother Connie J. Nester.

There will be no services.

McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com

Service: 

There will be no services.

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My deepest sympathy to Bobby's family & friends. Another of our "old" gang gone.Bob was always full of fun & an all around good guy.So sorry for your loss.Peace to your hearts.

Deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one. Caring thoughts and prayers Jean.

Sorry for your loss. He was a great guy.

He was truly the love of your life and will be greatly missed. Hugs my friend. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers..

He meant a Lot to me. Hugs Jean. Sending lots of love.

So sorry for your loss Jean. Bobby will be greatly missed by many people. He always made me laugh when he was around. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bobby's family was on my paper route. He was a friendly and humorous kid; about two years younger than I. For a couple of years, he would accompany me as I finished my paper route. We talked about stuff young boys talk about. I enjoyed his company. Upon finishing my paper route and before parting ways, we would visit the gas station at Pittsburgh Avenue and Palmer Streets. I would buy a cherry soda pop for me and an orange soda pop for him and a pack of salted peanuts for each. He told me that if the peanuts were placed in the soda pop, it tasted even better. He was correct. To this day, I think of Bobby each time I pour my peanuts into soda pop. Some friends remain in one's mind a lifetime. He was one of those friends. God bless him and his loved ones.

Just heard of Bob's passing. So very sorry for your loss Jean. He was quite the guy!

Condolences to Bobbies family,wife Lilly.He will be sadly missed.

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