Robert Grubb

1944 - 2021

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Robert Grubb, 77, of Mt. Blanchard, passed away at 11:00 p.m., Saturday, February 20, 2021, at his residence. He was born on January 13, 1944, in Findlay to the late Orus L. and Helen (Meier) Grubb. He married Aletha Kurtz on August 30, 1971, and she survives. Bob is also survived by his brothers: Denis (Susie) Grubb of Oregon, OH and Dean Grubb of Findlay. Bob was the co-owner of the Mt. Blanchard Food Center for 48 years, where he was known for his meat department. He will be remembered for his love of the Cleveland Browns and the best ham salad they have ever eaten. All services will be private. Arrangements are being handled by COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, Findlay. Memorial contributions may be made to Bridge Home Health and Hospice. Online condolences may be expressed at

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To : Aletha Dean and family
Date :Monday, February 22nd 2021
From : Larry and Karen Lease
So very sorry your loss.

To : To Aletha and Dean Grubb and Family
Date :Monday, February 22nd 2021
From : Chuck and Bev Ludwig
Aletha and Dean you have our deepest sympathy and prayers for your loss of Bob

To : The Grubb Family
Date :Monday, February 22nd 2021
From : Robyn Young Harp
My deepest condolences to your family in the passing of Bob. He will be missed by many. Always a very kind gentlemen that was always respectful to all that crossed his path. Peace be with you all.

To : Aletha and Dean Grubb
Date :Monday, February 22nd 2021
From : Jerome and Betty Glick
You have our sincere sympathy in the death of Bob. He will certainly be missed. May our Lord bless you with His love and peace both now and in the days ahead.

To : Grubb Family
Date :Tuesday, February 23rd 2021
From : Jossie Steinmetz
Thoughts and prayers for your family. Bob's face will be missed at the store..

To : Robert Grubb Family
Date :Tuesday, February 23rd 2021
From : Jim Grubb
Aletha and Dean,
I am so sorry about Robert. I have not been back home since I brought Mother to Houston. I remember all those weekends down by the creek playing. Snowball fights and sleds on the hill by the creek. Bob and I would hang out at Riverside Park and the old bowling ally there. God bless you all.

To : Aletha Dean Family
Date :Tuesday, February 23rd 2021
From : Jerry and Ann Stout Marsha Blanco
Words can't express how saddened we are to hear of your loss. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies. Bob was a wonderful man. We will always remember his kindness and sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

To : Aretha Bob and families
Date :Tuesday, February 23rd 2021
From : Phyllis McDaniel Willard
So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. He was such a kind hearted man who gave so much to so many. I always enjoyed his smile and zest for life.
May God surround you with peace during this time. Cherish all the wonderful memories you created and shared for they will give you strength.
Keeping you in my prayers๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

To : Aletha and Dean
Date :Wednesday, February 24th 2021
From : Patty Gault
There are no words. But cherish the memories, that's all we have left. I still remember all good times we had at that store, making candy, baking cakes, and inventory! Your family was always a part of my life! John and Bob are probably discussing the Cleveland Browns and the great season they had! Hugs and love to you and Dean!

To : Aletha and Dean
Date :Wednesday, February 24th 2021
From : Nancy Bickford
So very sorry for Bob's passing. Have been very thankful for the service you have provided to the Mt. Blanchard Community. I appreciate the personal sacrifices you all have made. My heart goes out to you as you deal with this loss. Sending prayers!

To : Aletha
Date :Thursday, February 25th 2021
From : Jim Anita Musgrave
We are praying for you. Bob will be greatly missed. He was ready with a smile & always thanked us on our way out of the store.