Robley E. Vosburgh

Robley Vosburgh

Robley E. Vosburgh, age 75, of Brookfield. US Navy Veteran. Beloved father of Lisa Vosburgh, Diane (Jim Hjorth) Vosburgh, Michele (Courtney) La Zier and Nancy Vosburgh; fond grandfather of Zion Vosburgh, Khaleel Meah and Iman Meah; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral and Interment Private. Arrangements by Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd. 9445 W. 31st St., Brookfield,American Flag IL 60513. Information at 708-485-2000 or

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  1. joan brown condolence:

    My condolences for the loss of your loved one, and may you find comfort in the Holy Bible the written word of Almighty God, his provision to the human race for their benefit,comfort instruction, and information Romans 15:4, God wants mankind to read and know about the future hope for them Job 14:7,14,15, Hosea 13:14, Revelation 21:4,5.

  2. Cathy Riebel condolence:

    It was a pleasure volunteering and working
    with you. My condolences to your family.
    You will be missed.

  3. sheila sawatski condolence:

    What a kind and loving man he was.
    Selfless and giving with such a unique sense of humor. He valued life and friendships, but most of all his family. He will truly be missed. God Bless you Mr. Robley.

  4. Carol Craig condolence:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Bob’s family. He will be missed by all his friends.

  5. Nancy Vosburgh condolence:

    To all the kids words of condolences above, I thank you for our family. I will be missing my daddy for a very long time. He was such a kind, loving, loving man still full of life. My kids (daddy’s grandkids) miss him horribly as well. I love you dad and nothing can change that. Thank you for never compromising who you were and many times took me through gut wrenching situations. I only wish I could have taken you safely on your journey. Good night daddy!

  6. Shirley Saxinger condolence:

    I will miss my friend Bob and our Sunday phone calls (if there is no game on TV). You were a man that never stopped, you tried retirement for a short time but that was too slow for you, and you quickly found another job. Then you started more volunteer work. Bob you are a friend to many, many, and your kindness and volunteering lasted almost half your life that I am aware of. You have been a good friend Bob, and I really appreciated your hospital visits when I had my last surgery. You are and will be missed by your many friends, your family and your grandchildren. God Bless you.

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