Robert W. Waldron, Jr. Wednesday, June 28, 1961 - Friday, April 28, 2017

On April 28, 2017, age 55, of Franklin Park. Loving husband Karen Waldron. Father of Robert D. Waldron (Jessica), William S. Waldron (Krystal), Matthew D. Waldron and Rebekah E. Waldron. Grandfather of Hunter and Emma. Sister of Wendy Tarantine and uncle of Tony and Tim Tarantine. Bob was a dedicated member to many organization. He was the past president and firefighter for the Franklin Park Vol Fire Dept; A highly decorated member of the Boy Scout's of America earning his Eagle Award, Silver Beaver and Vigil for OA; A member of Orchard Hill Church Men's Ministry; A volunteer docent at the Heinz History Center and Fort Pitt Museum. The family request memorial donation to the American Heart Association http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Giving/Giving_UCM_001137_SubHomePage.jsp or Franklin Park Volunteer Fire Dept. http://franklinparkvfd.com/donation-accepted-here/

Join us on Sunday, April 30, 2017 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Service Details: Friends will be received Sunday 5-8PM and Monday 2-4 & 6-8PM at Sperling Funeral Home 700 Blazier Dr McCandless Twp.

Sperling Funeral Home 700 Blazier Drive Wexford, PA 15090

Join us on Monday, May 1, 2017 - 2:00pm

Service Details: Friends will be received Sunday 5-8PM and Monday 2-4 & 6-8PM at Sperling Funeral Home 700 Blazier Dr McCandless Twp.

Sperling Funeral Home 700 Blazier Drive Wexford, PA 15090

Join us on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 10:00am

Service Details: A funeral service will be celebrated at Orchard Hill Church Tuesday at 10:00 AM. Everyone please meet at church.

Orchard Hill Church 2551 Brandt School Road Wexford, PA 15090

Bob was a dedicated Scouter and an all around great guy!  We first met in Troop 66 and kept in touch at various events.  There would alway be a warm greeting and a smile and then sharing of memories.

My condolences to the family.  

Bob was a wonderful, kind man who dedicated himself to serving others, and we will especially remember his contributions to Boy Scout troop 36.  He made a difference in so many boys' lives and helped to shape them into strong young men. We are heartbroken for all of you, as we know how close you were.  May you live in the wonderful memories that you built together.  Karen, you and Bob raised fantastic children who have all now grown into strong, caring adults.  You should be proud.

A great guy and colleague. Was a pleasure and honor to know him.

My deepest sympathies to Bob's family.  While he was working for PPG EHS IT, he was a wonderful example of giving his all and never giving up hope!  I am sure he was an even better example of that to his family.  God bless all of you.

To Bob's family,

I am so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great guy! I worked with him when he was at PPG a while back. He had a very joyful spirit and I remember when he had his medical device, we compared the size and how they worked (since I have an insulin pump for diabetes which is external). I will keep you all in my prayers and know that he will be missed.

God Bless,

Tiffany

Karen, I'm not sure if you remember me from Prime Computer days.  I saw that Bob had passed and wanted to send you and your family my deepest sympathy.  May he Rest In Peace.

 

Dear Karen, Bobby & Billy.  I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Bob. He was one of the most caring, honest people I've ever known. Bobs instilled virtue and integrity into making good men out of every Boy Scout that ever was in his care over the many years of his dedication to the youth of America. I will always cherish the many projects and camping trips we shared. Bob was a great man and friend. God bless and comfort you all in this time of heartache.             Eli Thomas,   Former Scoutmaster Troop 66 Sheraden PA.

 

 

      Dear Karen, Bobby & Billy.  My prayers are with you in this saddest of times. Bob was a great friend to all and was one of the most caring and honest men I've ever known. Bob helped mold and instill virtues and integrity to every Boy Scout who had the pleasure of being under his care in the many years of his dedication to the youth of America. I will always tresure the countless projects and camping trips we shared together. May God Bless and comfort you all in this time of heartache and sorrow. 

Eli Thomas     Former Scout Master Troop 66 Sheridan Pa.

I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to Rob and his entire family. The brothers and sisters at Wheeling Fire are always here for him and the entire Waldron family. 

Dear Karen and Family, Please except our deepest sympathy. I was honored to serve as a fireman with Bob Rest in Peace dear brother. Jerry and Sue Clarke

Deepest sympathy..may God bless you and your family through this difficult time

May God be with your family in this dark time. If there is any thing we at WFD can do for you please let me know. When a Brother grieves we grieve as well  Praying for you all.

 

Thoughts and prayers to the entire Waldron family. My God ease your pain and let all the good times shine as you go through this difficult time.

On behalf of the Wheeling Fire Fighters Local-12, I would like to extend our condolences to the family of Mr. Waldron for their loss. We stand by our brother Rob in this difficult time. 

My deepest condolences to the family.   Please know that all at the Wheeling Fire Dept. are thinking of you, as well as praying for you.