Bob Strain  March 22 1931  September 22 2020

Bob Strain March 22 1931 September 22 2020

March 22 1931 September 22 2020
Bob’s Obituary Bob Strain, 89, of Omaha, Arkansas, passed away Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at home. Bob was born in Alton, Missouri 22 March 1931. He was a GIVE’r – generous and compassionate. It would be misleading in this effort to not address Nettie Strain. Bob and Nettie have been a team for 69 years. His favorite hobby and/or attribute was WORKING HARD – he was also an inventor, the electronic eye sink in 1969. Bob Strain joined the U.S. Navy in 1951 and retired in 1968. He influenced a portion of the family’s over 135 years of service to the United States of America. He became the regional manager for the largest dental company in the USA. After moving from California (retirement duty station) back to their town of birth they actively became involved in real-estate around the Ozarks, accumulating and selling well over 10,000 acres and owning/managing Nettie’s Cafeterias in Thayer, Missouri and Mountain Home, Arkansas. They were actively involved with their grandchildren. Bob Strain lived the American dream but more importantly led by example in his walk with Jesus Christ. Relatives preceding in death; parents, Orville Otto Strain, Ola Jane Strain (Barton); siblings, Agnes Darr (Strain), Wallace Strain, Waymon Strain, Earl Strain, Waif Strain, Gladys Marie Combs-Nickless (Strain), Helen Combs (Strain), Mac Strain, Juanita Coffman (Strain), and Waif Cecil Williams, and Mary Samantha Williams. Bob is survived by his spouse, Nettie Leona Strain (Williams), son, Johnny C. Strain (COLONEL, USA, SF (Retired)), daughter-in-Law, Lynn M. Strain, grandchildren, Samantha J. Strain-Messenheimer, Brendan Messenheimer, Tobey J. Hoambrecker (Strain), Mack Hoambrecker, Dr. Tabitha J. Cummings (Strain), and Dr. Matt Cummings; great grandchildren, Gavin Messenheimer, Maddox Messenheimer, Samuel Cummings, Hadley Hoambrecker, Brody Cummings, Zander Hoambrecker, and Noah Messenheimer. Graveside services will be at 10 AM, Saturday, October 3, 2020 at Omaha Cemetery. Pallbearers are Leroy Edwards, Leonard Bryant, Greg Harris, Tony Fitzgerald, Ed Wilhoit and Larry Fisher. Visitation and memory sharing will be Friday, Oct 2, from 3:00-4:30 PM at Coffman Funeral Home in Harrison. In accordance with Covid-19 mandates, all attendees over age 10 must provide and wear fact masks and observe social distancing. On-line condolences can be left at Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Bob Strain March 22 1931 September 22 2020.

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Death notice for the town of: Harrison, state: Arkansas

death notice Bob Strain March 22 1931 September 22 2020

obituary notice Bob Strain March 22 1931 September 22 2020

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  1. Dear Nettie and John, I read about the death of Bob tonight—almost a year since his death. I am so very sorry to read this. Bob, was an amazing man with a great sense of humor and loved life. His living testimony of God’s love was ever present. I will always remember his kindness.
    I know his death leaves a huge void in both of your lives. Though we know he is with the Lord, grief is still painful.
    My love to you all and your entire family.
    Pam (Furgerson) Malloy

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