Robert E. Whisner

Born: Tue., Jan. 25, 1955
Died: Sat., Sep. 2, 2017


Services are to be announced


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Robert E. Whisner, 62, of Broad Top City, passed away on Saturday, September 2, 2017 at Select Specialty Hospital in Johnstown.
Born in Everett, at the Bedford Memorial Hospital, he was a son of the late Zella Mae (Batt) and Robert Whisner.
In 1980, at the Robertsdale Church of God, he was united in marriage to Kathy (Chilcote) Whisner who survives at home.
During his life he held various jobs but most recently worked for Snyder School Bus Company.
Along with his wife he is survived by a brother, Larry Whisner, and Sisters, Dixie Ake and Carolyn Davis all of Bedford. Also surviving are nieces and nephews, Deb Whisner, Jim Whisner, Justin Ake, EJ Davis, Camela Shippey, Kimberly Whisner, Michelle Day and Shawn Day.  He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, James Whisner.
At the request of the deceased there will be no services held and interment will take place in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Broad Top City, PA. 16621.
Kathy would like to thank everyone for their concern and support for Rob during the past four months.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. 5010 Railroad Ave. Broad Top City, PA. 16621. Online condolences can be made at www.caheathfh.com.

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Carol Miller and family
   Posted Tue September 05, 2017
Dixie and Family,

I am so sorry for your loss. Your in my thoughts and Prayers. During this difficult time. Our deepest sympathy is with all of you.

Butch and Peggy Abbott
   Posted Thu September 07, 2017
Our deepest sympathy. We will keep you in our prayers.

Lisa Marin
   Posted Wed September 13, 2017
I just wanted to share a special story about Rob. He was the bus driver for my son with Autism many years back. He always looked out for my son, encouraged him to do well, and rewarded him at the end of the week if he did well.
Then one Sunday in late winter early spring, my son built a snowman with the family, he was so excited to show Rob on Monday, he was so proud of that snowman. Monday morning came and he shared his snowman with Rob, but while he was at school that day, the temperature shot up enough to melt most of the snowman. When Rob dropped off my son from school, it was barely a mound of snow and my son had a meltdown. Well the next morning when Rob came to pick Alex up from school, he had a musical plush snowman that he told Alex would never melt. What it did melt was my heart. We still have that snowman, and share the story every Christmas season when we get it out with the rest of the decorations.
That act of kindness that Rob did will forever be in my heart. He was so kind and a good buddy to my son, and I will never forget him for this.
Rest easy Rob, it was a pleasure to also be your nurse in 2016, and I hope I made you feel as special as you made my son feel.

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