Robert A. Fenske, Sr.

10 Condolences

Robert A. Fenske, Sr. - Graveside Service

Albert G. Horton, Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery

5310 Milners Rd, Suffolk, VA 23434

November 9, 2022

2:00pm

Robert A. Fenske, Sr. - Celebration of Life

Private Residence

5201 Kennebeck Ave Norfolk VA 23513

November 11, 2022

1:00pm - 5:00pm

10 Condolences

  1. While it is a sad day to here of your loss. Know that Bob’s memories live on in the thousands of men and women he worked with in the navy. He made us all better people. We were blessed to know him.

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  2. My thoughts and prayers go out to Bob’s family! I was lucky enough to have served with him for a couple of tours. I consider him a shipmate and, more importantly, a nuke brother. He will be missed, but never forgotten. Fair winds and following seas, my friend.

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  3. So deeply sorry for you all. What a full beautiful life Bob had and leaves behind a legacy of love with his family and friends. Prayers for you all the love and memories help you in your time ahead. Love, Tammy

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  4. My thoughts are with you all. May Bobs memory be a blessing to everyone who knew him.

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  5. Condolences to Bobs family. I remember him from my short time in the Navy on the USS D. D. Eisenhower. It was an honor to know him and consider him a friend. Rest In Peace Reactor Bob!

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  6. Bob was definitely one of our favorite Chiefs down in the trenches. Very knowledgeable and supportive when we erred. I enjoyed working with him very much and wish his family well during this trying time. Fair winds and following seas my friend!

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  7. Bob was one of greatest influences in my life. He combined intelligence with wisdom, discipline with understanding, and work with play. Bob was always there to explain the difficult concept and to work through the tough issue. And Bob had a very balanced zeal for life, devoted to his family before all else. Getting to know Terri better, I truly felt their incredible love for each other. This very November is declared as National Family Caregivers Month by the president, and how fitting to also remember Terri and how supportive and loving she’s been through their marriage, especially the last couple years as they fought through Bob’s brain cancer together. Love to all the Fenske family and my deepest condolences on their loss. Bob will long be remembered by all the lives he so graciously touched.

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  8. Bob was a great guy. I always enjoyed his company. I served with him aboard the Ike where he endured my endless shenanigans. I really wish I could’ve got to see him again. I really miss him.

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  9. I am so sorry to hear that Bob is gone. He was a mentor and friend, and he was always right. One of the very best among us, gone too soon.

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  10. I love you my brother you will be truly missed.

    Tony Brett

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