1927 Robert 2015

Robert George Kyser

September 2, 1927 — March 17, 2015

ROBERT GEORGE KYSER Robert George Kyser was born on Labor Day, September 2, 1927 and was the second son of Mabel Forney Kyser and Earl Elbert Kyser, Sr. He was born in Columbiana, Ohio in Fairfield Township in the county of Columbiana. He attended Columbiana High School, afterward enlisting in the Army Air Force in 1946 and was stationed on Kyushu Island in Occupied Japan and attained the rank of Sergeant. His date of service Feb. 9, 1946 until July, 26, 1947 and received an Honorable discharge. He returned to Ohio for a short while, later moving to Guthrie, Oklahoma, where he lived for five years and was employed by Tinker Air Force Base, making many lifelong friends there. After moving to the Dallas, area he met and married Jeanna Penn on August 3, 1961 at the First Baptist Church in Kaufman, Texas with the Rev. John Dickerson officiating. They had 53 years of a very happy marriage. They lived in the Lakewood area of Dallas before moving the Garland, Texas in 1967, which became their lifelong home. He retired from Rockwell International (previously Collins Radio) in May of 1989. Bob and Jeanna had 2 children, Sharon Michelle and Rory Robert. Bob received Jesus into his heart as his personal savior around the age of ten in a Nazarene Church in Columbiana, Ohio. He became a member of the Richardson Church of the Nazarene in 1994. His favorite hymns were "In The Garden" and the "Old Rugged Cross". His hobbies were riding his bike, doing crosswords and reading. He was preceded in death by his only son, Rory Robert, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Kyser, Sr. his brother, Earl Elbert, Jr. and his sister, Doris M. Hawkins. He still has many nieces and nephews and cousins in Ohio who will miss him dearly.

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