of North Little Rock, AR
November 19, 1936 - November 21, 2021
Robert Easton Bogardus, 85, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, November 21, 2021. He was the son of the late Howard and Laura (Easton) Bogardus. He served in the US Army from 1955 to 1958 when he was honorably discharged. He worked most of his years in the insurance industry, retiring from Blue Cross and Blue Shield in 1996. He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren, and he also enjoyed golfing, bowling, and helping out at Edinboro Church camp. He served as an elder, deacon, trustee, and treasurer and Girard Alliance church where he was a member for over 40 years. He was survived by his wife of 61 years, Dorothy, his sons: Matt, Kevin (Andrea), and Jason (Julie). Also, his six grandchildren: Aubrey, Alyssa, Rogan, Asher, Callum, and Eden. There will be a private service in Little Rock with a celebration of life service following sometime in the future in Pennsylvania.
I was so sad to see this today. You were such a great man and I enjoyed working with you at Highmark. R.I.P. Bob. Prayers to your family.
Jenny and I were saddened to hear of Bob’s passing and your loss. I remember many delightful conversations at the church and golf outings. He was always full of the joy of the Lord and intentional about making you laugh with funny stories/memories. I have been praying for the comfort of the Holy Spirit for you, Dot, and for the whole family in this loss. May you experience the peace that passes understanding! In His love, Pastor Clyde and Jenny
My thoughts and prayers for you Dot and family. Praying that the Lord provides abundantly in comfort and peace during this time. May the hope of the Lord be your strength. Love to you.
So sorry for your loss but now he’s home and I’m sure there’s a party going on in heaven! I wonder if he and Dad will be golfing… probably building mansions… miss them all so much. We love you and are praying for you…
We are so sorry to hear about your loss! We will be praying for you!
It was a pleasure knowing Bob. He would always brighten your day with his humorous stories and Experiences . Always kind and easygoing. Bob’s love for the Lord was evident in everything he did. He was a Godly example of a man that loved the Lord ,took pleasure talking about his sons and grand kids and showed us the importance of making our spouses a priority. Looking forward to seeing him again in eternity. So sorry for your loss. ❤️
Condolences and love to you and the family. Be encouraged, always!
I send my condolences, as I ask the LORD to give you strength to cope
I am so sorry for your loss. Although my time of knowing Mr. Bob was short in time, his generosity, kindness and being a good friend to Abbey and loving on here like he did will last forever in my heart. On this day of giving thanks, I was bless that I was lucky enough to know him. God bless you and your family and please reach out if you need anything.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Bob was a wonderful, kind and compassionate man.