Robert Lee "Bob" Stephens

Robert “Bob” Lee Stephens, Sr, 77, of Glenmoore died Sunday June 2, 2024.  Born in Huntingdon, he was the son of the late Robert and Francis Stephens.  He was the husband of the late Judith “Judy” Stephens with whom he shared 57 years of marriage.

He was a graduate of Downingtown High School, and he worked as an equipment operator with Penn Dot for 30 years.

Bob was devoted to his family and enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren.  He was an avid bowler, played the infield for various softball teams, and he loved cultivating his vibrant backyard landscaping.

Bob is survived by his children:  Robert “Bob” of Glenmoore, and Abe and his wife MaryEllen of Downingtown; and his 5 grandchildren:  Colton, Therese, Devon, Abagail, and Gabriella.  He is also survived by his sister Joan Bagshaw.

In addition to his parents, Bob was preceded in death by his infant son, Robert, and his sister Jean.

Family and friends are invited to his celebration of life on Friday, June 7, 2024 at Labs Funeral Home, 141 Pequea Avenue, Honey Brook, PA 19344. Viewing from 10am – 11am with services to follow.  Interment will be held at the Glenmoore UMC Cemetery.

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so sorry for your loss God bless his family and friends.

~ Patricia Tracy Nottingham, Pennsylvania
6/6/2024 8:05:50 AM

Thinking of you and your family at this time. My prayers and thoughts are with you!!

~ Jamie
6/5/2024 2:21:39 PM

My grandmother, Mary Dawson Neal, was a sister to Bob's mother. We only knew her as "Sister", as my grandmother would say. We always enjoyed playing with Bob through the years and catching up with everyone. He was a character and will truly be missed! Now, he is with Judy. No more suffering!

~ Margie Weaver Klain Corbin City, New Jersey
6/4/2024 9:18:17 PM

Abe and Family - deepest condolences on the loss of your dad.

~ Heidi Foreman-Smith
6/4/2024 7:36:37 PM

Bobby thank you for all the wonderful memories we had as kids together and for all the many summers we spent together at White Crystal Beach MD, for all the Dawson family picnics, family baseball games and much more. May you be at peace and be with Judy. Love you, Betty

~ Betty Dawson Exton , Pa
6/4/2024 1:28:37 PM

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